Fall Preview

Fall Preview

Join us at our fall open house event and explore what Humboldt State can offer you. Fall applicants: find out if you're admitted on the spot admission when you bring your official transcripts and meet with an Admissions counselor.

Applicant Receptions


 Various Dates & Locations in January

This is a great opportunity for applicants to learn more about HSU, ask questions, and meet some of the staff and current students.

Spring Preview

Spring Preview

Spring Preview is going online!

Humboldt State has made the difficult decision to cancel in-person Spring Preview events on Friday, March 27 and Friday, April 10 to help prevent the possible spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect the health and wellbeing of prospective HSU students, families, and our campus community. 

However, you can still experience HSU through Spring Preview Online. It’s a great way to see the campus, hear from faculty and students, and get the answers to your questions online instead of in person. 


I’ve Been Admitted to College (IBAC)


IBAC 2019

A series of eight events from September to February

Local 8th graders have a chance to be introduced to college through fun, interactive experiences.

Youth of Color Empowerment Day (YoCé)


Youth of Color Empowerment Day (YoCé)Youth of Color Empowerment Day (YoCé)

YoCé is a day designed by college students of color for high school students of color. Come listen to college students talk about their experiences and successes and discover what college resources and tools are available to support you.

American Indian College Motivation Day (AICMD)


American Indian College Motivation Day (AICMD) Image

November 5th, 2020

Join hundreds of American Indian high school students from across Northern California at HSU for this chance to learn more about what to expect in college. Connect with your support team at HSU, which includes about 40 American Indian faculty and staff members and 200 American Indian students.

Making College Happen


Making College Happen Photo

Local 10th graders discover new tools and resources to help prepare them for college and careers.