- Global Education
- Undergraduate International Admissions
- How To Apply
- Admission Requirements
- Degree Programs
- Tuition and Fees
- Getting a Visa
- Enrollment Requirements
- Pre-Arrival Checklist
- Graduate International Admissions
- Prospective Applicants
- International Students
- International Friendship Program
- American Language and Culture Institute
- Study Abroad
- Faculty and Departments
- Global Partners
- Agents and Prospective Exchange Partners
- Travel Resources
- Calendar of Events
How To Apply
The first step in the application process is becoming informed about the academic programs at CSU San Marcos. Before you apply, please use our website to explore the options available to you. In particular, read the sections on Undergraduate Admission Requirements, Bachelor's Degree Programs and Estimated Expenses.
The mailing address of the International Admissions Office is:
- International Admissions Office
- California State University San Marcos
- San Marcos, CA 92096-0001
Inquiries can also be made by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATION FILING PERIODS:
Undergraduate (Bachelor's Degree) Application Information
August 1 - November 1 (out of country)
August 1 - November 15 (already living here in the US)
October 1 - May 1 (out of country)
October 1 - June 1 (already living here in the US)
Please contact Colleen Manthey, International Admissions Coordinator, at email@example.com
All transcripts, financial statements, and test scores must be received by close dates.
Evaluations and admissions decisions are made on a continuing basis upon receipt of all application forms and records.
- Go to CSUMentor and complete the online application for CSU San Marcos. If you cannot apply online, please download an application.
- Complete the Financial Affidavit section of the application. Be sure to obtain the required "Bank Certification" to cover your estimated expenses for an academic year.
- Request that all official sealed academic transcripts (with English translation) be sent to the International Admissions Office.
- Request that an official TOEFL score report be sent to the International Admissions Office (Institution Code 5677). Please refer to the section on TOEFL requirements to determine if you are required to submit a TOEFL score.
- If you are admitted, you will receive an official notification along with an I-20 form. Before you can enter the United States, you must go to the U.S. Consulate to get your F-1 visa.Transfer students must notify their current institution of their intent to transfer to CSU San Marcos.
- Notify the International Admissions Office that you will be attending CSU San Marcos.