Ready to take the next steps? We are here to support you as you get started on your education.
Whether you have found the program that is right for you or you’re still looking, applying now will help ensure that you are set up for success by your first day of class. Our direct, online undergraduate student admissions process is designed to get you the information you need when you need it the most.
Step 1: Talk to an Enrollment Counselor. Our highly trained staff is available to answer all of your questions, and help you select the program that fits your goals.
Step 2: Apply. Complete the online application and pay the $25 application fee when required.
Step 3: Submit your transcripts. Order your official transcripts from your previous colleges and other sources of credit, so we can create your individual degree plan.
Step 4: Finalize your enrollment. Once you are admitted, our Student Support team will guide you through orientation, and also help you to understand your degree plan, transfer credits, and financing options.
Step 5: Start learning! The only thing left is for you to start class. Take a look at a sample of our online coursework.
Our undergraduate admissions requirements depend on whether you are enrolling in one of our online bachelor’s degree programs or one of our non-degree seeking opportunities. Either way, we work with you to make sure you find the program that's right for you.
Submit Your Transcripts
Want to see how many of your previously earned credits will transfer before you apply? Need help ordering your official transcripts? Have any questions about requesting or submitting them? We can help you with that!
Summary Credit Evaluation
CSU-Global works to maximize the number of transfer credits you can apply to your program, so you can finish fast and within your budget. Within 24 hours, our Summary Credit Evaluation will give you a personal estimate of the number of transfer credits you can use.
As a 100% online university, it's not enough to know if you can handle the coursework...you'll need to make sure your computer can handle it, too! Take a look at the minimum requirements for your PC or Mac.