Are you thinking about transferring to CSUN? California State University, Northridge welcomes applications from upper-division transfer students, those who have completed at least 60 transferable units and met the standard CSU requirements. At this time, CSUN is not accepting applications from lower-division transfer students.
If you will earn a transfer associate (AA-T or AS-T) degree at a California community college, and it is posted on your final official transcript, you will be able to complete a bachelor’s degree in 60 more CSUN units, as long as the major is deemed similar to one at CSUN. Before you apply, find out which CSUN majors have been approved for the Associate Degree for Transfer program on the Choose a Degree page.
With the growing number of students interested in pursuing an education at a California State University, several CSU campuses now manage the number of students that are admitted using a strategy known as impaction. While California State University, Northridge welcomes applications from upper-division transfer students, regional and academic-based impaction has been implemented to align with CSU enrollment targets.
What does this mean for you? Admissions requirements now vary depending on whether you are a local admissions area or nonlocal area applicant, and what major you plan to apply for. Out-of-state students are not affected by impaction. Read more about upper-division transfer admissions criteria.
Cost of attendance
California State University makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. For more information regarding California State University, Northridge costs and financial aid, visit the Financial Aid & Scholarship Department website.
Degrees and options
California State University, Northridge offers more than 60 undergraduate degrees and more than 70 master's programs across nine academic colleges. Visit the CSUN catalog website for the most up-to-date listing.