Guidelines for Applicants from Pakistan
All documents must be submitted in both native language and precise word for word certified English translation directly from the institution to:
California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street Lassen Hall Room 2304
Sacramento, CA 95819-6012
FRESHMAN: Higher Secondary School Certificate Intermediate Secondary School Certificate To Include: Record of subjects and marks earned.
Records must be certified as true copies of original documents by the Principal or Controller of Examinations. All documents must be submitted in sealed envelopes bearing school seal.
Secondary School must be completed at 1st or 2nd Class/Division (Equal to B grade or better) to be eligible for Freshman admission. Five academic subjects must be completed. General Papers and vocational subjects are not accepted for admission.
UNDERGRADUATE APPLICANTS: Lower division transfer students are those students who have completed less than two years of university coursework. Lower division students must meet freshman eligibility and possess an average of at least Division II standing or better on university work completed. Upper division transfer students are those students who have completed at least two years of university coursework. These students must also possess at least a Division II average on 56 transferable units. Degree certificates must be submitted if applicable.
GRADUATES: Students must complete a minimum four year bachelor's degree to be eligible for admission. Applicants must have one of the following to qualify for if they do not have a four year degree:
- Three year degree plus master's
- Two bachelor's degrees (to total 4 yrs.)
DOCUMENTS: Transfer students must submit official attested copies of the university mark sheet for each year/semester of attendance. Consolidated transcripts from the affiliated college cannot be accepted. Graduate students must submit the above with an official attested copy of the degree certificate.
All documents must be submitted in university sealed envelopes, whether mailed by the university directly or submitted with application. They must be attested by the University Registrar, Controller of Examinations or College Principal only.