The Cal States have their own application (not on the common app) and each campus determines when decisions will be released. SDSU releases a small minority of decisions in December but most are released in March.
SDSU does not do “rolling admission decisions” in the normal sense but the decisions are usually posted over several days to weeks in March. Last year, March 8 was when the regular decisions were first posted and they continued through around March 17th. Decisions are usually done in waves.
Thank you so much @Misa1! They applied to several others, so we will see. I would love for them to stay close to home, but I think they want to leave SD
My daughter and two of her friends (in state) just got in, psychology for my daughter! Very exciting to start hearing back on some applications!
S22 accepted to CS today to go nicely with the Rose Hulman CS admit on the 15th.
CSU GPA: 4.35
In-state but not LSA
will more decisions be coming out or no?
The majority of decisions will be posted in March. There could be a few more early decisions since they extended the CSU application deadline to December 15th and last year a few trickled out in January due to the extended deadline.
For some reason, DS got a second email from SDSU notifying him of acceptance again. This one was in a different format from the one he got on Friday. And now the welcome letter in the portal finally works (a few people were reporting on Friday and over the weekend that the welcome letters weren’t functioning when they clicked on them).
Can’t edit my post anymore. The Welcome Letter link in the portal finally works and found out DS was invited to apply to the honors college.
Accepted for CS. UW 4.0, 7 APs. In-state, but not local to SD.
Congrats! Was the invite to the Honors College in the Welcome letter via email or on the portal?
Accepted instate, 3.89 UW, 4.39 W. Was wondering if early admit means that you are considered very competitive and hence you were admitted early or whether it was just because they got to you first?
im in in state applicant with a 4.6+ csu gpa and didn’t get in
It was in the welcome letter. The one on the portal - not in the one that he got in email. So we didn’t know until the portal’s letter finally worked.
Rejected or haven’t heard yet?
Twins - both applied to SDSU.
Daughter accepted on Friday, 4.3 W capped, 5 APs. Applied to public health.
Son didn’t hear back yet. 4.0 W, 4 APs, applied undecided.
I think only a small % of admits have come out. The rest of the decisions should come in Feb/March. Not getting an admit yet is not an indicator of an eventual rejection.
@vvergegeger Maximum CSU GPA is 4.4 and there are other factors besides High stats that will determine if you are admitted early. Again, not all High stat applicants will be admitted early, the majority will hear in March.
@patek12: Early admits are usually High stat applicants/Honors college invitees but not all are high stat and some are OOS/International applicants whom are reviewed in a separate pool than in-state applicants. Yes, you are competitive.
Rejections do not go out until March with the rest of the decisions.
You just haven’t heard yet, most acceptances don’t come out until March.
And now there has been a separate email from SDSU encouraging him to apply to the honors college. It seems odd to be getting multiple emails across different days repeating the information.
Friday - Initial email telling him to look at the portal, message in portal saying he’d been accepted, but broken link to the actual pdf acceptance letter
Monday - explicit email saying congratulations; broken link to welcome letter now works. That’s where we finally see the Honors College encouragement.
Tuesday - separate letter for honors college arrives.