Incoming Transfer Students

Please make sure to read and do the following:

Accept Your Offer of Admission.

All students must accept their offer of admission by paying their Enrollment Confirmation Deposit. The non-refundable, non-transferable deposit declares your intent to attend our campus and must be made in order to enroll in courses.  

Stay On Track. 

Maintain your grades and complete the courses required for admission. If you do not complete the outstanding coursework you reported on your application, you will no longer be eligible for enrollment and will be unable to attend CSUB.

Stay Connected. 

Check your MyCSUB and campus email accounts often. You are responsible for staying informed about your admissions status.

Turn in Documents. 

Turn in final transcripts and any other documents listed on your MyCSUB To Do List by the deadline listed.

Clear Holds. 

Check your MyCSUB account for any holds which will keep you from being able to register for courses. Click on the details to see which office at CSUB has placed the hold and instructions to get the hold removed. All students are required to submit proof of immunizations for measles and rubella and hepatitis B before beginning their second quarter of enrollments. Your MyCSUB account will be updated and a hold will be placed if your proof of immunization has not been received by the Student Health Center.

Attend Orientation. 

All new transfer students must attend orientation. Please visit the New Student Orientation website to learn more about guidelines and how to attend CSUB.

Assist.Org

ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.

Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)

The Student Achievement Reform Act (SB 1440) establishes guidelines for California Community College students who have earned a Transfer Associate of Arts (AA-T) or Associate of Science (AS-T) degree.  These Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT) guarantees admission to California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) with junior standing over all other transfer students.  For more information, please visit the ADT website.