October 23, 2000
High school students can instantly find out if they're eligible for one of the best higher education values in the nation at California State University, Sacramento's popular Priority Admission Days, Nov. 4 and 10.
Those wishing to apply must register by Monday, Oct. 30 by calling (916) 278-7875 from 1 to 7 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays and from 1 to 5 p.m., Fridays.
During both days, counselors will immediately admit students with high school transcripts and test scores that meet admission requirements. Prospective students may also take a campus tour and get other information about college life.
Last year's Priority Admission Days were the most successful ever, and this year more than 1,600 students are expected to seek admission on one of the two days.
Those admitted will join an increasing number of students at CSUS. During each of the last two years, enrollment at CSUS has grown by about 1,000 students, and now stands at 25,714.
Meanwhile, student fees have been reduced almost 10 percent in recent years and held steady this year, even as college costs continue to grow nationwide. Annual undergraduate fees at CSUS are just $1,879, compared to the national average at four-year public universities of $3,510.
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