Applying to HSU

Steps to Enrollment

1 ADMISSIONS

Apply online using Cal State Apply. This is the official application system for all 23 campuses in the California State University, and you will need to create an account. 

Please see application timeline information below. More information about applying to HSU and other CSU campuses is on the main Cal State Apply website.

Be sure to check residency eligibility before you apply.

Graduate, Credential, Certificate of Study and International applicants have separate and/or additional requirements. Check with specific departments for deadlines.

If you are experiencing technical problems with Cal State Apply call (800) 468-6927 for assistance.

Application Information

  • Applications (Cal State Apply) are open for Spring 2018.  Humboldt is accepting applications for Upper division students (60 or more transferrable semester units, 90 quarter units) and first time freshman.  Application will close Saturday, September 30, 2017.  
  • Fall Preview is a one-day, early admission decision event on our campus. The date for 2017 is Friday, October 27th! This is a unique event where highly motivated students can be rewarded for their efforts by getting early admittance into Humboldt State!

2 CHECK STATUS

About 2 weeks after you submit your application, you'll get an email from the Office of Admissions that explains how to log in to my humboldt. We recommend you check myHumboldt at least once a week for important updates and To do List items.

3 HOUSING

Apply for on-campus housing using the online housing application. If you want to live off campus, check out the listings.

4 FINANCIAL AID

The first step in applying for financial aid is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

To speak with a representative in our financial aid office, call 866-255-1390 or visit our Financial Aid web site.

Out-of-state Students Save Big at HSU
Depending on where you live, you may automatically qualify for big discounts on tuition at Humboldt State University.

Learn more about the Western Undergraduate Exchange