Students who wish to be admitted to an undergraduate program, but
are not yet proficient in English, may enroll in Intensive
English first in order to improve their English skills with the
goal to gain full admission into the university at a later
Complete an American
Language and Culture Application (ALCP) and choose
Submit a non-refundable ALCP Application Fee of $150
USD. Pay by credit card, send a wire
transfer, check, or money order payable to “The
California State University, Stanislaus.” If you plan to pay
through wire transfer, please be sure to contact
our office so that we can monitor the payment.
Academic Credentials with literal English
translation. All academic work must be included.
- You may submit copies for an admission decision.
- In order to receive your I-20/DS-2019 and/or acceptance
letter, you MUST submit
original or certified copies of your academic credentials to the
- Transcripts, certificates, diplomas, mark sheets, and test
scores must be sent directly from the issuing institution or in a
sealed envelope to the Office of International Education to be
considered official. All records submitted become the property of
- Records submitted by students who do not enroll are retained
for only one year. The University reserves the right to determine
what constitutes an official document. Certified English
translations must accompany all non-English original documents.
Submit a Certification
of Finance Form
Submit an original or certified copy of
a financial statement (no older
than six months).
A copy of the biographic information/photo page
in your passport.
Full Admission into the Undergraduate Program
In order to be fully admitted into the undergraduate program,
conditionally admitted Intensive English students need to submit
the following during the last semester of their Intensive English
program in order to be fully admitted as an undergraduate
Proof of English proficiency:
Submit a $70 application fee.
Updated financial support information.
Stanislaus State presently does not conditionally admit
applicants to graduate programs (Masters or Doctoral) who have
not provided an acceptable TOEFL or IELTS score with their