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UC/CSU A-G Admission Requirements
Students must complete the following coursework with a C or better and have an overall GPA of at least 3.0 in grades 10 and 11 for UC campuses (2.0 GPA required for CSU).  SAT or ACT is also required.
A - 2 years of History/Social Studies
     one year of World History and one year of US History or one 
     semester of US History and one semester of American Government
B - 4 years of English
C - 3 years of Math (4 years recommended)
      Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II
D - 2 years of Lab Science (3 years recommended)
      Biology, and either Chemistry or Physics
E - 2 years of a Foreign Language (3 years recommended)
F - 1 year of Visual/Performing Arts
G - 1 year of a College Prep Elective 
California Community College Admission Requirements
Completion of a High School Diploma.  There is no specific coursework or GPA necessary for community college admission and the SAT/ACT is not required.  

NCAA Eligibility Requirements

Includes a minimum SAT/ACT score depending upon GPA (2.3 minimum). See for more information on Division I and Division II requirements.

4 years of English

3 years of Math (Algebra 1 or higher)

2 years of Science (1 year must be a lab science)

1 additional year of English, Math or Science

2 years of Social Science

4 additional year-long courses in the above areas including Foreign Language


Online FAFSA Workshop

Need help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application?

Counselors will be available to help you complete the FAFSA during the workshop:

Thursday, December 7

6:00 PM

Hemet High School Room 167


All two- and four-year college bound seniors and their parents should complete this important financial aid form.


Register by sending an email to

A list of documents to bring to the workshop will be sent to all registered participants

Space is limited.

Spanish speaking assistance will be available.