- Conditional Admission possible without TOEFL scores for ALP students - California State University, Fullerton is ideally located for experiencing all that Southern California has to offer. - Fullerton is a safe suburban city in Orange County and conveniently located at east of Los Angeles International Airport
Conditional Admission allows academically qualified students to be accepted to the university after they study at the American Language Program, Cal State Fullerton's Intensive English Program and meets the university's English language requirement (PBT 500, iBT 61, or 5.5 IELTS).
American Language Program (ALP)About the
The mission of the American Language Program is to provide educational programs and services to international students who want to come to the U.S. to study.The American Language Program (ALP) is an Intensive English Program which prepares students to study at a U.S. college or university and prepares professionals for the global workplace. ALP has served students from more than 60 countries around the world. From Intensive English program to Pre-MBA Program, CSU Fullerton's extended division provides number of options for who wants to experience American university culture. Located in Orange County of Southern California, CSU Fullerton is conveniently located near LA for students to enjoy cultural attractions.
California State University(CSU), FullertonAbout the
California State University, Fullerton is a public comprehensive university located in Fullerton, CA. With a total enrollment of 37,677, it is the largest in the CSU, the largest comprehensive university in the State of California, and is the second largest university overall (just behind UCLA). At 5,349 students, the university also enrolls the largest graduate student class in the CSU and one of the largest in all of the state. The university offers over 240 degrees including 120 different Bachelor's degrees, 118 types of Master's degrees, 3 Doctoral degrees including aDoctor of Nursing and two Doctor of Education, and 19 teaching credentials. he university is nationally accredited in art, athletic training, business, chemistry, communications, communicative disorders, computer science, dance, engineering, music, nursing, public administration, public health, social work, teacher education and theater. The University contributes, on average, over $1 billion to the California and local economy, sustaining nearly 9,000 jobs statewide.
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On campus housing option: There are two types of housing options available for students who wish to live on campus:There is the traditional dormitory for first-time freshmen and the apartment-style dormitory for students who are 19-24 years old (degree students, exchange, semester abroad and language students).
Apartment Style Dormitory for International Students -Each apartment includes 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining room area, and one or two bathrooms. Students can select a Private bedroom (total of 3 students in the apartment). Students can select a Shared bedroom (2 students in each bedroom, 6 students in the apartment). All rooms are furnished: bed, desk, chair, lamp, closet. All utilities and internet are included in rent. Four meal plan options available (see below). This is a great chance to meet other students, practice conversational English and learn about the American culture
Homestay The Cultural Homestay Program is organized and supervised by the International Student Services office. Living with a homestay family offers a great opportunity to practice conversational English and learn about the American culture. Homestay is open to Exchange students, Semester Abroad students and ALP students (levels 2-8). ALP students who are in level 1 must successfully finish level 1 before they are eligible to apply. Since Homestay placement is based on matching hosts and students personalities and lifestyles, therefore placements are not guaranteed. Homestay program offers four Meal Plans. Each bedroom includes: bed, desk, chair, lamp, closet. Utilities are included in rent (students can request internet service for $10 per month). Homestays are located 1.5-4.0 miles away from campus. Students can bike or take a bus to and from school (bus is free of charge with CSUF ID card)-Required contract: One semester-Move-in schedule: Students can move to their homestays a few days before semester begins-To apply, students must submit an application and application processing fee of $100
California State University, Fullerton is ideally located for experiencing all that Southern California has to offer.
-Fun, sun and an average temperature of 21°C-CSUF is within driving distance of beaches and mountains-67.5 kilometers of scenic Orange County coastline
-Disneyland, Universal Studios, Sea World and more
-300 museums featuring art, culture and natural history-CSUF plays and concerts showcasing talented students, faculty and guest artists
-Hiking and biking in more than 40,000 hectares of preserved wilderness
-The Fullerton Arboretum
- a 10.52-hectares urban oasis on the campus-Fullerton is a safe suburban city in Orange County
-A convenient location, east of Los Angeles International Airport-And much, much more...
swimming pool, workout rooms, racquetball courts, indoor running track, health Center,library, bookstore,ATMs, performing arts center, public safety(police)
As a part of the American Language Program, students have the opportunity to learn American Culture through a variety of activities/. These include fun and relaxing outings such as a trip to a Southern California tourist attraction; parties to celebrate an American tradition or holiday; on-campus picnics; on-campus arts, music and theater events; movies; and sports events. Conversation partners, staff and faculty always attend the activities to give students an opportunity to practice their English outside of the classroom. Campus Activities and Events
Every semester the campus has many activities for students. The Associated Students Office is responsible for most of the campus activities – noontime concerts, international fairs, guest speakers, outdoor art fairs, evening movies, and many other events.
Joining a club is a great way to have fun and make new friends. There are many clubs on campus and they all welcome new members. The ALP staff will be happy to help students find a club that best suits you. To see the current list of campus clubs, visit: https://apps.fullerton.edu/studentclubs/clubsearch/clublist.aspx
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OECKO is established in 1981. It is On and Offline study abroad counseling center. We have more than 20,000 students who went abroad to study through OECKO, and these students are working in variety of fields. We made partnerships with all excellent universities in order to raise global students. Students can self apply to schools in USA, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Germany, Spain, France and etc by him or herself without any cost. However, high schools’, or universities’ required essay or personal statements help from us is charged. Language study entrance admissions can be obtained in 3~14 days.
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