So what should you do once you've applied to San Francisco State? First and foremost, you should concentrate on your studies: get those good grades and take the necessary tests by the correct deadlines.
Check out the information below while we review your application.
All prospective students apply to the university through the standard admission procedure found at www2.calstate.edu/apply.
If you have applied, and you know that you will be unable to complete a specific course requirement because of a disability, you may appeal to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Please submit the appeal online at: https://future.sfsu.edu/forms/undergraduate-admission-appeals
Your appeal on the basis of disability for the fall semester should be submitted no later than July 15th. Your appeal on the basis of disability for a spring semester should be submitted no later than December 1. The Undergraduate Admissions Office will consult with the Disability Programs and Resource Center as needed.
Your appeal needs to include:
- Disability documentation by a qualified professional that illustrates how the disability has affected completion of the subject requirement in question, (e.g. psychoeducational evaluation.)
- Evidence of any previous attempts to fulfill the missing subject requirement with accommodations at the college level, (e.g. use of disability services verification from a previous college.)
- And an explanation of how the student can be successful in a degree program at SF State even though the requirement has not been completed, (e.g. letter of support from a community college disability services counselor.)
Please submit all appeal materials to:
San Francisco State University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
Note that if your appeal is supported, course substitutions may limit later enrollment in certain majors, particularly those involving mathematics.
Your questions can be directed to SF State Undergraduate Admissions office at 415/338-6486 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should register with the Disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC) once they are admitted or conditionally admitted.