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 California State University, Fullerton

Intent to Apply

2015-2016 Intent to Apply Application  is due Monday, February 16th, 2015 by 8am. Failure to submit all required documents on time will result in the loss of a committee letter.  If you have applied to a previous cycle, please download the Re-Applicant Form.

the Intent to Apply process and application is not the Post Baccalaureate admissions application. If you are interested in applying to the CSUF Post Baccalaureate program, please visit fullerton.edu/hppostbac.

Announcements:

The announcements section will be updated periodically.

Date Updates Details

11/17/2014

New ItoA application and Re-Applicant Form Posted

The HPAO is proud to announce that the new 2015-2016 ItoA Application and Re-Applicant Form are available for download via the "Documents for File" tab located on your left hand side.

11/17/2014

ItoA Information Session

If you would like learn more about the Intent to Apply process, there is an informational session available at an upcoming Student Health Professions Association (SHPA) meeting. You do not need to be a member of SHPA to attend this presentation. If you would like to review the PowerPoint click here.

  • When:  Friday, December 4th, from 12:00pm-1:00pm
  • Where: Alvarado AB in the Titan Student Union (TSU)

7/16/2013

Updated ItoA PowerPoint

We have updated the Intent to Apply PowerPoint with additional information on the updates to the new 2014-2015 ItoA Application. Please see the updated PowerPoint below.

12/14/14

Video Tutorial on How to Print or Email Unofficial CSUF Transcript

6/26/13

Reference Request Guide

Please note that the Reference Request Guide (RRG)  will no longer be required for all Intent to Apply cycles. Although the form is no longer needed, students are still encouraged to provide their letter writers with the guide as it provides helpful guidance in composing a letter of evaluation. The guide also details the various ways a letter writer can submit their letter to the HPAO.

1/11/13

ItoA TITANium Communities Page

If at any time you would like to be added to our Health Professions TITANium Communities page simply just email ItoA@fullerton.edu with this request and you will be added in about 2-3 business days. Our communities page not only allows students to submit all ItoA materials but also serves as a tracking mechanism to find out what has been received for your file.
12/04/12 YouTube

Our office is pleased to announce the ItoA Youtube Channel.

 


 

The new application is available to complete! Download the PowerPoint presentation slides reviewed in the SHPA meeting to help guide you through the new Intent to Apply application.

A deadline of Monday, February 16, 2015, for the submission of the required contents of your file is not flexible and will result in the loss of a committee letter. In almost all cases, a committee letter is something to strive for, as it is a reflection of your capabilities and character, and will greatly strengthen your candidacy, in most cases. Please note the loss of a letter can be detrimental to your professional school application process. For additional details about the required documents for your file, please refer to the PowerPoint presentation or the  Committee Letter flowchart.

You also have the option of having the Health Professions office upload a letter packet to the professional schools you're applying. If you'd like to have only a letter packet and not a committee packet submitted on your behalf, please refer to the Letter Packet flowchart. Please note that there is no deadline associated with a letter packet and materials can be submitted at any time.

Once your file has been established, you will be added to a TITANium community were you will have access to track the progress of your file through the grade center. Please be sure to provide each of your letter writers with the Reference Request Guide to assist with composing a letter on your behalf. The guide details the various ways your letter writer can submit their letter to our office.

 

To learn more about requesting letters of recommendation, please visit: Everything you need to know about letters of evaluation!

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Please contact Mary through e-mail in order to schedule an appointment to discuss the ItoA process.

 

Appointy is solely for Dr. Goode's advising appointments.

Thank you.