Here are a few steps to follow in order to have a successful transition to CSULB:
Contact the Head Coach and/or Recruiting Coordinator if you have questions about your admission status.
You can also check the status of your application at any time by using the Applicant Self-Service website. You will need your nine-digit Campus ID number, the last four digits of your Social Security Number, and your birthdate.
SAT/ACT score reports must be sent from the testing agency to both the NCAA Clearinghouse and CSULB. (You can request that they be sent to the university at the time of the testing or through Collegeboard.com)
New freshmen must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to determine initial NCAA eligibility and amateurism.
The Early Assessment Program (EAP) (for California residents only) consists of two tests, which are administered in 11th grade in all California High Schools:
Passing scores in EAP will allow you immediate enrollment into college level English and Math courses without taking CSULB Placement Tests!
Take the English Placement Test (EPT) and/or the Entry Level Mathematics Test (ELM) before the May test date or provide proof of exemption. We advise you to take this exam early so that you receive your score prior to attending SOAR.
Exemption from the EPT is granted if you score:
Exemption from the ELM is granted if you score:
Your ELM and EPT scores will determine whether you are required to participate in the Early Start Program.
Upon admission, CSU campuses will inform students who are not exempt, how and where to sign up for Early Start.
Early Start Math and English courses will be available at every CSU campus, in-person and online.
Send official high school transcripts to both the NCAA Eligibility Center and CSULB.
Activate your MyCSULB account and submit your intent to enroll.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Complete the online application.