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Top 5 Cal States?

MichaelBaoMichaelBao Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
edited January 2009 in College Search & Selection
Yeah, I tried googling it but I couldn't find the top 5. So if anyone would like to fill me in with some information!
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Replies to: Top 5 Cal States?

  • ShrinkrapShrinkrap Registered User Posts: 11,788 Senior Member
    Not sure everyone would agree on what "top" means but here are "Campuses That Have Higher Standards"

    CSUMentor - Plan for College - High School Students - Campuses That Have Higher Standards


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    Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

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    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

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    California State University, Fullerton

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    California State University, Long Beach

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    San Diego State University


    Some info about impacted majors.
    CSU: CSU Impacted Campuses and Programs

    About impacted campuses

    "Campus impaction (otherwise known as campuswide impaction) means that a campus has exhausted existing enrollment capacity in terms of the instructional resources and physical capacity of the campus, and because the campus receives more eligible applicants during the initial admission application filing period than can be accommodated, the campus must therefore restrict enrollment to the campus for a specific enrollment category (i.e. first-time freshmen). Currently, Fullerton, Long Beach, Cal Poly Pomona, San Diego, and Sonoma are designated as impacted CSU campuses."
  • Columbia_StudentColumbia_Student Registered User Posts: 5,046 Senior Member
    What is your intended major?
  • MichaelBaoMichaelBao Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    I'm really undecided but I think I'm leaning towards Business.
  • Columbia_StudentColumbia_Student Registered User Posts: 5,046 Senior Member
    CSUFullerton is pretty good in business and science. But don't apply to engineering there.
  • any1canany1can Registered User Posts: 530 Member
    SDSU has the best business (very highly recruitedin SoCal) program then Cal Poly SLO, Fullerton, Long Beach..... SDSU has more programs but Cal Poly is an excellent choice. Both are very competetive admissions. For sciences Long Beach is a great choice, also engineering. CalPoly definitly for engineering #1.
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