First-Time Freshmen Admissions

Want to learn more?

Fill out the form below and we'll contact you and answer all of your questions.

By submitting this form, I agree that CSU-Global may contact me about educational services by phone/text message. Message and data rates may apply. I understand that my consent is not required to attend CSU-Global.

Get started on your higher education with the flexibility of online designed for modern learners.

Whether you have just graduated from high school and are seeking flexibility in your class schedule and location, are working or have worked right out of high school, or are taking a gap year and still want to take classes, we offer a personalized and career-focused approach to your education.

We want to help ensure success for first-time college students, so we have created a program especially for these students who plan to begin their college experience for the first time with us.

Admissions Requirements

If you have minimal or no previous college experience, you may by admitted under first year status if you:

  • Have fewer than 12 transferable credits
  • Can demonstrate two years of previous work experience
    • You may apply for provisional admission if you have less than two years of experience. Contact an enrollment counselor to learn more.
  • Can submit an official high school transcript or GED transcript
  • Students under the age of 20 must also provide ACT or SAT scores. CSU-Global grants admission to First-Year students based on the approved CCHE Admissions Index for moderately selective institutions. The minimum index score required for admission is an 86.
    • Students without an ACT or SAT score and are under the age of 20 may be eligible for the CO Global Rises Pilot Program. Click here to learn more.

Program Expectations

Students who meet the criteria for admission with a First-Year status and do not have more than 12 transferable semester credits have the following restrictions on enrollment. Students in First-Year status are required to complete the four courses listed below in the order presented. First-Year students are eligible to take other 100, 200, and 300 level courses concurrently with the First Year sequence.

  1. ORG100: Navigating Organizations and Change.
  2. ENG101: Composition I.
  3. HUM101: Critical Reasoning.
  4. ENG102: Composition II.

Additionally:

  • Students in First-Year status cannot register in overlapping Terms
  • Students in First-Year status cannot enroll in 400 level coursework
  • Students will not be allowed to self-register but will work with a Student Advisor on their course schedule after their first term.
Accept

We use cookies to collect information about how you interact with our website, to improve and customize your browsing experience, and for analytics and metrics. Click here to find out more about the cookies we use and how you can customize your settings. If you continue to use this site, you consent to our use of cookies.