So I only applied to three CSU’s thinking that at least one would be a forsure but turns out I got declined to all three. Does that mean that I’m eligible for redirection to another CSU especially considering that I got declined to CSUF which is an impacted school?
If you are a first-time freshman, upper-division transfer student or an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) student applying to the CSU and you are a California resident for tuition purposes, CSU-eligible and have not been admitted to any CSU to which you applied, there is the chance that the campus(es) you applied to don’t have the capacity to admit more students.
If this happens, you will be redirected to an alternate CSU campus.
Redirection occurs after all campuses report their admission decisions for a given semester to Cal State Apply. For fall admission, this will be after April 1.
Eligible applicants who have not been admitted to any CSU campus(es) to which they applied because of a lack of capacity are then identified. Each student will then be contacted by email; the email will include instructions. When you receive the email, you will need to go to Cal State Apply and in the Supporting Information section under Redirection select a first- and a second-choice campus. Available alternate campuses are based on campus capacity.
After you have identified a first- and a second-choice campus, your application to the CSU will be redirected to your first-choice campus unless that campus has run out of capacity. To ensure your application is redirected to your first-choice campus, respond to the email as quickly as possible.
You will be sent a notification by email confirming the redirection.
The campus you’ve been redirected to will appear in your Cal State Apply account on the “Check Status” page. You will next be contacted by the redirected campus about the next steps in the process. Read the FAQ to find answers to common questions.
My biggest concern is housing. By the time the application gets redirected and we say yes wouldnt the housing application have passed?