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Enrollment Management


In AA 2004-07, the CSU Executive Vice Chancellors stressed, "To be accountable to the state, the CSU, as a system, must be able to show that it is admitting all higher priority categories of students before other eligible applicants are accommodated."

It makes sense to review CSU enrollment management policy and practices and discuss ways to facilitate outreach to higher priority categories of students and CSU admission of higher priority categories of eligible applicants denied admission at their first choice CSU campus.

CSU Enrollment Management Policy and Practices

To guide this session, the following link provides a copy of CSU Enrollment Management Policy and Practices:

CSU Employee Benefits

Some of you have raised issues about whether CSU employees must be admitted as lower-division transfer and unclassified postbaccalaureate students as part of the CSU employee benefits. For example, the CSU Human Resources system office states that the CSU Employee Fee Waiver and Reduction Program only applies if the employee is admitted and enrolls. If the campus is not open to admission of lower-division transfer or unclassified postbaccalaureate applicants, the CSU employee has no special admission priority.

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Last Updated: June 28, 2005