05-00 and 06-00 Degree Candidates


05-80 Freshman Admission as a Baccalaureate or an Associate Degree Candidate

  1. A Baccalaureate Degree Candidate--must meet both the minimum entrance requirements (Carnegie Units) and the minimum admission standards (prediction of academic performance--referred to as the evaluation index) for the college of enrollment or for the Division of Undergraduate Studies, whichever is appropriate. The minimum entrance requirements are specified in Senate Policies 05-81 and 05-82, and the components of the evaluation index are specified in the Freshman Evaluation Procedure.

    Note a: Admissibility of an applicant formerly enrolled in courses at another accredited college or university is determined by the applicant's academic performance in such courses as well as by the high school record and standardized test scores.

    Note b: An applicant who does not meet the entrance requirements and/or the admission standards (and who is not included in any special admissions programs of the type identified in the "Statement of Basic Admissions Policies," item 6) may apply to enroll in courses as either a provisional student in accordance with the policies and procedures of Section 10-00 or as a nondegree student in accordance with the policies and procedures of Section 14-00.

  2. An Associate Degree Candidate--must meet both the minimum entrance requirements (Carnegie Units) and the minimum admission standards (prediction of academic performance) for the major or for the Division of Undergraduate Studies, whichever is appropriate. The minimum entrance requirements are specified in Appendix D. (Notes a and b under the preceding paragraph also apply to this paragraph.)

A-1 Freshman Application Procedure

Initial Legislation: 6/5/73 (as Rule A-10; A-11)
Revised: 10/9/73 (as Rule A-10; A-11)
Revised: 3/2/76
Revised: 3/14/95

Revised Editorially: 6/6/12