Looking to transfer to CSULB for Spring 2022 semester with junior standing. Advisor doesn’t seem so confident as
“spring is more competitive”. Needless to say, I’m stressed TF out. I have had a consistent upward trend- Fall 2019 GPA was 1.6
Orange County, California resident
High School: Huntington Beach High School (local)
Current College: Orange Coast College
Business (for schools not offering Economics)
High School GPA: 2.2 (maybe? it was 8 years ago)
College GPA: 2.78 before AA-T bump. (potential to raise to 2.86 with AR if I can get it completed before my degree application is processed)
Class Rank: N/A
Major Prep: Completed
CSU Gen Ed: Completed
AA-T: Completed (summer graduate)
Golden Four: A, A, C, C
N/A feels bad
College: N/A - Worked 50+ hours a week during my time at OCC.
Internship at Music Studio
Virtual Enterprise R.O.P
Web Development R.O.P
I would really like to attend Long Beach. I have to stay close to home for personal/family-related reasons.
Will apply to:
CSU Long Beach
CSU San Bernadino
CSU Channel Islands
CSU Dominguez Hills (for Business - taking one summer course to fulfill all requirements for this major)
CSU Fullerton (advisor mentioned Fullerton is requiring a 3.0 for local transfers. No mention of this on their website that I could find)
I have looked into all of the average GPAs for transfers that I could get my hands on.
Long Beach Spring 2020 average transfer GPA was 3.03 with a 0.42 deviation.
Any help is appreciated. thanks!