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California State University Channel Islands

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Your Chances at CSUCI/CSCI
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# Applicants
2,177
4,783
# Admitted
1,299
3,185
% Admitted
59.7%
66.6%
% Overall
64.4%

Students who got into CSUCI/CSCI:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (0), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (0)
This school will accept anyone and the waves areJun 05 2017Business - Management and Administration
This school will accept anyone and the waves are really good around Ventura/North LA, that is about all the positive things I have to say.
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If you are interested in going to this campus,Dec 07 2013Perfomance Arts
If you are interested in going to this campus, I suggest visiting and looking into the department of your major( Program, Teachers, etc) before, considering attending. Also keep in mind that, the campus is still growing in many aspects so, if your looking for a challenge you may or may not find it depending on your department. For example, if you are student considering a career in Drama or Art, I'd suggest CSU Northridge or CSULA. As the Performing Arts department is very unorganized.

If, your looking for a school that provides activities both on and off campus then, CSUCI has a few clubs and organizations to join. However, if your looking for off campus fun, note that the town Camarillo where the school is located is very small and not particularly fun (You will have to commute to Santa Barbara, Downtown Ventura, or Los Angeles for clubs and bars).

The school is relatively easy to apply and depending on your major it is quite easy get in. The school is always looking to increase its population and prestige. So, for any students wishing to establish themselves in a growing campus it is the perfect place! However, if your looking for a challenge or a school that will look significant on your resume, I suggest you apply elsewhere.
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I got A's and B's in high schoolMay 27 2013Psychology
I got A's and B's in high school. The SAT was hard for me, I got a 1500 on it. I think if someone gets a 1500 on their SAT they will be accepted.
SAT: 1505 Female

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