Steps to Enrollment
Once you apply to Humboldt and turn in any missing items, we’ll let you know your admission decision. If you’re admitted, you’ll need to confirm your plans to attend Humboldt. You’ll also need to choose a place to live and sign up for Orientation. Read on to learn more.
1. Admission Notification
We’ll send you a letter, email, and notice on your myHumboldt Applicant Portal with your admission decision and the next steps you need to take to enroll at Humboldt.
2. Appeal an Admission Decision
If your application has been denied, some applicants can appeal the admission decision based on extenuating circumstances.
3. Send Transcripts and *Optional* Test Scores
You'll need to send copies of your official transcripts before you can enroll at Humboldt. We accept both electronic and mailed transcripts.
*The California State University (CSU) no longer uses ACT or SAT examinations in determining admission eligibility for all CSU campuses. If accepted to a CSU campus, ACT or SAT test scores can be used as one of the measures to place students in the proper mathematics and written communication courses. Visit the CSU Student Success site for further information on course placement.*
4. Find a Place to Live
Humboldt has a range of living options for new students, including individual rooms, suites, and more. We can even help you find housing off campus. Learn about housing options at Housing & Residence Life.
5. Accept Admission
Log in to myHumboldt and notify us whether you plan to attend Humboldt. We'll send you additional instructions via email. Once you’re admitted you’ll need to confirm your admission by May 1, 2023. To do this you can log into myHumboldt and click the "Accept Admission Offer" button inside the Steps to Enrollment section.
6. Complete the Mandatory Registration Tutorial
We'll send you an invitation and instructions via email. You’ll learn how to navigate our campus technology, connect with advising, and register for classes.
7. Participate in Orientation
Our on campus orientation is a fun way to learn about campus resources, meet new students and get acquainted with your new campus community.