Two-Year Graduation Pledge Subgroups
Entering transfer students who:
- Two-Year Graduation Pledge - For majors not listed in the California Promise
- California Promise Two-Year Graduation Pledge (Limited Space) - Must be a California Resident in one of the following majors declared:
- Administration - Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, Sports & Entertainment Marketing Concentrations only
- Chemistry (B.A.)
- Communication - Relational and Organizational Communication Concentration, Media Studies Concentrations only
- Computer Systems - Game Development Concentration only
- Criminal Justice
- Economics - Applied Economics, General Economics, Mathematical Economics only
- English - Creative Writing, Linguistics, Literature Tracks only
- Geology (B.A.) - General Geology Concentration
- Global Studies
- History - General, Pre-Credential Concentrations
- Kinesiology - Exercise Science, Physical Education and Adapted Physical Education Concentrations only
- Mathematics (B.A.)
- Political Economy
- Political Science
- Public History
- Social Sciences - Economics, Geography, Political Science Concentrations
- Sociology - General Track, Social Service and Community Research Tracks only
Who is Eligible?
All entering transfers who:
- Have earned an Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) in a similar major/degree at CSUSB.
- Are willing to earn 30 semester units or more per academic year (degree applicable).
How to apply?
- Entering transfers who have met the eligibility requirements for the program will be invited to apply for the Two-Year Graduation Pledge Program.
- Invitation to the program will be e-mailed to your CSUSB e-mail account by mid-July 2022.
What is the student’s obligation?
Upon entering the Two-Year Graduation Pledge Program, a student must:
- Remain in the major declared until graduation, not changing or adding any major or minor unless otherwise approved.
- Earn at least 15 units per term and/or earn at least 30 semester units per academic year.
- Submit an Education Plan within their first academic term to plan and track their degree coursework and requirements.
- Be committed to seeking and receiving advising consultation for course selection and completion of an advisor-approved education plan per term.
- Maintain good academic standing while in the program.
- Utilize their higher registration appointment date to ensure enrollment in proper courses according to advisor-approved education plan.
- File their Graduation Check no later than the Fall term of their 2nd and final academic year.
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