California State Universities
The CSU is a leader in high-quality, accessible, student-focused higher education. With 23 campuses, almost 433,000 students, and 44,000 faculty and staff, they are the largest, the most diverse, and one of the most affordable university systems in the country. They offer unlimited opportunities to help students achieve their goals. They prepare graduates who go on to make a difference in the workforce. They engage in research and creative activities leading to scientific, technical, artistic and social advances. And they play a vital role in the growth and development of California’s communities and economy.
Campus Home Pages
- California State University Bakersfield
- California State University Channel Islands
- California State University Chico
- California State University Dominguez Hills
- California State University East Bay
- California State University Fresno
- California State University Fullerton
- Humboldt State University
- California State University Long Beach
- California State University Los Angeles
- California Maritime Academy
- California State University Monterey Bay
- California State University Northridge
- California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
- California State University Sacramento
- California State University San Bernardino
- San Diego State University
- San Francisco State University
- San Jose State University
- California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
- California State University San Marcos
- Sonoma State University
- California State University Stanislaus
To see where these campuses are located, go to the Map of Campus Locations.
For more information on the CSU’s, please go to: www.CSUmentor.edu
The University of California
The University of California is home to more than 222,000 students and, in turn, to their parents and families. Each year, UC campuses welcome thousands of new students. The following admissions resources and campus information are designed to help students (and their parents) who want to attend UC as well as current students feel like part of the UC family.
Campus Home Pages
The individual campuses provide prospective students with valuable information about applying to UC, the benefits of a UC education and the unique academic and social environment of their campus.
In the U.S., many universities and colleges are private, operated as educational and research nonprofit organizations. While most liberal arts colleges are likewise private, there are also some public liberal arts colleges. Some private universities are closely affiliated with religious organizations (for example, the University of Notre Dame) and some are directly operated by religious organizations (such as Brigham Young University).
Tuition fees at private universities tend to be higher than at public universities though many private universities offer financial aid as well.
For more information, check out the California Colleges link:
Click here for more information on out of state colleges A-M!
Click here for more information on out of state colleges N-Z!
There are over 450 Common Application members in at least 46 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in France, Germany, Italy, Scotland and Switzerland.
If the school you are interested in does not appear on the All Members page, visit the school’s website or contact their admissions office for application information.
California Community Colleges
A California Community College is a publicly supported and locally oriented college that provides programs to: help you transfer to a four-year college, pursue career education programs, take remedial or “catch-up” programs, and offer coursework for cultural growth, life enrichment, and skills improvement.
The California Community Colleges are one educational option among many. In California, some students apply to the University of California or the California State University or independent universities and colleges. The California Community Colleges, though, offer many students huge advantages through a greater variety of programs.
At a community college you can take classes to prepare you for college-level math and English, receive career training to get in the workforce quickly and affordably, and complete lower division courses that are transferable to a four-year college or university.
A community college is a good choice for anyone who may want to attend a four-year school later but who is not yet academically, personally, or economically ready to begin study at a university.
The closest Community College to Bonita Vista High is Southwestern College. However there are several others nearby including:
- San Diego City College
- San Diego Mesa College
- San Diego Miramar College
- Grossmont College
- Cuyamaca College
You may find out more info on other California Community Colleges at:
NACAC College Fair
NACAC College Fair
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
6-8:30 pm at the San Diego Convention Center