How will you be entering CSUSB? You are considered an international applicant if you require an “F-1” or “J-1” visa to study in the United States. For more information on how to become a CSUSB student, click on the type of student (below) that best applies to you. Explore CSUSBAdmissions FAQs First-time Freshman Students applying to a bachelor's program who have NOT completed any post-secondary course work at a college or university in or outside of the United States. Lower Division Transfer High school graduate with less than 60 semester or 90 quarter units of post-secondary work at an accredited domestic or foreign community college or university and meets the English proficiency requirement. Upper Division Transfer High school graduate with more than 60 semester or 90 quarter units of post-secondary work at an accredited domestic or foreign community college or university and meets the English proficiency requirement. Graduate Student Students who have completed, or are about to complete, a post-secondary degree from an accredited institution equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree and meets the English proficiency requirement. Conditional Admissions Students wanting to improve their English or meet CSUSB's English proficiency admission requirement. Non-Degree Seeking (Transitory) Non-Traditional applicants, including non-degree seeking students. Returning Students Previously enrolled at CSUSB in good academic standing or were on probation and have not attempted units at another college/university, or through CEGE, since you being a degree-seeking student. I've been admitted what's next Newly admitted students who need to review the next steps to find out what needs to be completed to join the Coyote pack.