Yes. The scores for your General GRE must be received before the first day of class for formal admittance You may begin the process of applying, and we can review your application without the GRE scores, but you must take the exam and get the scores sent to us before you can be admitted to the program.
When you are in the GRE Testing Center, the system asks you where you want your scores to be sent to. You can choose different schools by name or code. There are several codes for CSUSM. The correct code for this program is: 4626- CSUSM MS Biotech.
If you have an unopened official copy of your GRE scores, they can be sent to the the mailing address below:
California State University San Marcos
Attn: Extended Learning, MBt
333 South Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92096-0001
If your GRE scores were sent to an incorrect institution/department code, please contact Extended Learning immediately via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, not all of the required documents have to be mailed to our office. Documents accepted by email attachment are:
*NOTE: The person recommending the applicant must sign the letter, provide their contact information, and email the letter as an attachment that has been scanned. The correct email address to send the documents to is email@example.com.
If you took classes at or graduated from CSUSM, we will be able to pull up your CSUSM grades on our system once your Program Application is received. If you attended any colleges or universities prior to attending CSUSM, transcript copies may be in our system but please email your advisor to verify this before omitting your official transcript requirement. If you graduated from CSUSM and later attended courses at other colleges or universities, you still need to send in official transcripts from these institutions.
All program requirements and correspondence are handled directly at Extending Learning Services. For questions, contact (760) 750-4004 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I request Financial Aid?
Go to the "Student Services" link. Scroll down to the "Financial Aid and Scholarships" section. Visit the Financial Aid and Scholarships office website or call (760) 750-4850 with any questions.
Why can't I apply to the program via CSU Mentor?
CSU Mentor will be accessible to applicants that have been formally admitted into the program. More information will be given to you after you have been formally admitted.