Spring I Have Been Admitted

Spring 2021 Admitted Students

Accept your offer of admission and reserve your place for spring 2021 by completing the Steps to Enroll.

Reserve your place in the spring 2021 class by submitting all of the following items no later than the deadlines listed below. If all of the items are not received by the date listed, it will be assumed that you do not plan to attend SDSU and your offer of admission will be canceled.

  • Accept your offer of admission

    Complete and submit the online Intent to Enroll form to accept your offer of admission. An Intent to Enroll deposit is not required to accept your offer of admission.

  • Request transcripts and test scores (if required) from all colleges you attended

    Submit all required official transcripts and test scores by the deadline indicated in your SDSU WebPortal account. Check your transcript and test score status by logging in to your SDSU WebPortal account and select Admission Status. Deadlines to submit required documents will be listed under Documents Required for Admission. A green checkmark indicates the required document has been received and determined to be complete. A red “X” indicates a required admission document or test score is missing or an admission requirement has not been completed.

    For colleges/universities that provide an option to send transcripts either electronically or by mail, electronic is preferred. Review the Transcripts web page for more information about ordering transcripts to send to SDSU.

You will receive an email with instructions on how to activate your SDSUid account, which will be used to log in to multiple systems at SDSU for business and academic purposes, and you will also be given an SDSU email address. Complete the steps in the email to activate your account.

In accordance with SDSU Senate Policy, all future official communications from the university will be delivered to your official SDSU email address, which means you will no longer receive email from SDSU to the email address listed on your application. Students are provided with an SDSU Gmail account for their official use. Your SDSU email address will be used for all communications, including notifications sent from faculty through Blackboard or Canvas. You are responsible for checking your official university email once per day during the academic term. More information is available on the Google G Suite for Students website.

What is the Difference Between SDSUid and RedID?

SDSUid is an online account, which looks like an email address (e.g. [email protected]). Activate your account on the Activate Your SDSUid web page.

Your RedID is a nine digit number beginning with an 8. You used your RedID to log in to the SDSU WebPortal to view your application status check.

Personal registration information, including registration holds, is available in the SDSU WebPortal. Create your SDSU WebPortal account. Enter your RedID, which is listed on the top of your admission letter, and your birthdate, and then select Activate. Once you select Activate, an email with a temporary password will be sent to you. Go back to the SDSU WebPortal home page and select Log In. On the Account Authentication screen, enter your RedID in the RedID/User Name field, and the temporary password that you received in the email, which was sent to you after selecting Activate, and then select Log In.

Log in to the SDSU WebPortal to access the class schedule and your personal registration information. Once you have logged in, select My Registration to view your registration date and time, which is the first date and time you can begin registering for classes. My Registration Info will also provide you with information about your basic tuition and fees, fee payment date, fee payment options, and possible registration holds. If you have a hold, contact the appropriate office to determine how to clear the hold. It may take up to 48 hours to clear a hold.

Spring 2021 classes begin on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. You will register for your spring 2021 classes during New Student Orientation (review Step 7).

Basic tuition and fees must be paid by the fee payment deadline listed under Fee Payment Information on the My Registration page in the SDSU WebPortal. Please note that SDSU does not send fee payment invoices through the mail. When you select Pay Fees Online in the Tuition and Fees section, you will be directed to the CASHNet™ SmartPay website.

All students must meet specific immunization requirements. Please visit the Student Health Services website for the latest information regarding immunization requirements.

Health Insurance

SDSU requires all enrolled international students to have adequate health insurance. Health care in the U.S. is costly and the health insurance requirement protects international students in the case of illness or injury, guaranteeing students affordable access to the U.S. health care system. For more information on purchasing health insurance, visit the International Student Center website.

SDSU is committed to your academic success. Therefore, you are expected to complete the virtual New Student Orientation program to help you learn the essentials for being a successful student. At New Student Orientation you will receive essential academic planning and course registration assistance, learn how to use SDSU's web registration system, register for classes, and more!

New Student Orientation consists of online modules that will be sent to you in January 2021. You can make your reservation online beginning on October 26, 2020.

Specific details about New Student Orientation are available on the Office of New Student and Parent Programs website. For more information, email the Office of New Student and Parent Programs at [email protected].

Academic Advising

The Academic Advising Center is available to support you with academic advising. Please refer to the Office of Advising & Evaluations website for the most up-to-date contact information. Visit the Office of Advising & Evaluations for more information about the services and resources available at the Academic Advising Center.