If you’re a first-time freshman with minimal or no college experience, you can now earn your bachelor's degree from CSU-Global.
CSU-Global uses technology in an online learning environment to prepare students to excel in today’s technology based workplaces, and succeed in the careers of the future. Online learning helps build the foundation for students to excel in the jobs of tomorrow.
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.
As of Winter 2018, CSU-Global is now able to admit first-time college freshman, defined as those with little to no prior college experience, from anywhere.
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.
Eligible First-Time Freshman Cohort students must meet the following requirements:
Applicants who do not meet the admissions requirements above must do the following:
Applicants with transfer credit from the military which contains no GPA, nationally accredited schools, or other alternative sources of transfer credit must submit a statement of purpose.
In addition to the admissions requirements, selected participants must meet specific enrollment guidelines and will be asked to provide feedback so CSU-Global can monitor the program's success.
Additionally, students must take three credits per term during their first trimester and must complete the following four courses in the listed order before enrolling in other courses:
Until students have completed your first 24 credits:
Student who apply for enrollment in the First-Time Freshmen Cohort must complete the following steps:
Work with your Enrollment Counselor to submit the required documents (e.g., your high school transcripts, college readiness scores, statement of purpose, resume, etc.). You must also submit a scholarship application as part of the admissions process.