Most of the CSU’s will do rolling admissions starting in February. Local (in-service area) applicants usually hear first but high stat non-locals can also hear with the locals. Usually there will be a few waves for acceptances followed by waitlist, then denials. Each CSU will have different timelines.
Got accepted this morning!
My daughter got her acceptance email this morning.
Major: Business Administration with Marketing Management
Unweighted HS GPA: 3.83
CSU GPA: 4.0
ACT/SAT Scores: 32 (1 attempt, not relevant for CPP though)
Got email today morning! Son accepted CS, instate, 3.8UW and 4.3W, lots of ECs with CS, Eagle Scout
S18 got the acceptance email this morning!
In-State - NorCal
UW GPA: 3.89
W GPA: 4.18
Got the email this morning, the day after the portal was updated with the acceptance.
DS Accepted over email this morning.
Non-local in state
UW GPA 3.7
W GPA 4.1
EC - none the past two years, jv sports 9th/10th
Work - 22 hrs/week, not related
EPP - none
Son got his acceptance this morning.
Electrical Engineering In- state
Has anyone received an invitation for a Kellogg Honors College showcase? DS received the email invite to apply, but it looks like in past years there were also invitations to a showcase. thanks
Yes. It’s on the 19th. Since you were invited to apply, I’d contact admissions and ask for a link to register.
Chemical Engineering - In State (Non local)
Animal Science - In State/non-local
UW GPA: 3.9
W GPA: 4.4
CSU GPA: 4.2
DS Accepted (2/10, email)
Does anyone know if there is an in-person admitted student day? I see that there are virtual events scheduled but we have never seen the campus before, and would like to visit if and when they have events planned.
Congrats on your acceptance! My D is nervously awaiting her decision.
I didn’t see any admitted students’ days like other schools, but looks like you can get an admitted students’ tour: Campus Tours
I’d ask admissions directly if they have any planned special events.
Mine too. Especially since all her friends at her HS got their decisions
My daughter got her acceptance email this week, as well.
It’s such a lovely campus, but I have concerns about it maybe not being the right fit. I want her first time living away to be a positive experience all around, not just academically. What is there to do on the weekends? It seems like there is nothing around the immediate area. I really hope I’m missing something, because it seemed really isolated. I guess you need a car?