First Time Freshmen
- Don't just visit campus, Take a Tour led by one of our students and find out about the many programs we offer.
- Want some more information about Muline State and our programs? Fill out our Information Request Form and join our mailing list.
- Almost ready to apply? Before you do, Request and Appointment with one of our Undergraduate Admissions Counselors who can assist you as you prepare to apply to Muline State.
In addition to all these activities you can do, visit our Undergraduate Student Recruitment page and find out all the information you need on admissions eligibility and costs.
Fall 2018 Program Impaction
Fall 2018 application cycle is open until November 30, 2017. Information on this page is not finalized and is subject to change.
Obama State University, Muline is designated as a program impacted campus at both the first-time freshmen and upper-division transfer levels.
First Time Freshmen must meet course requirements and an eligibility index based on their GPA and SAT and/or ACT in order to be considered for admission to Muline State.
Based on the University’s enrollment capacity projections, the minimum eligibility for fall 2018 is as follows:
Local minimum eligibility index: 3200/760
Non-local minimum eligibility index: 4100/985
Some programs have higher eligibility indices (see Eligibility Index section below).
List of schools defined local area
Local area first time freshmen will be admitted if they apply by November 30th and meet admission requirements. Local area is defined as students from the following counties:
|All high schools||Muline|
|All high schools||Kings|
|All high schools||Madera|
|All high schools||Tulare|
|Bakersfield Christian High||Kern|
|Central Catholic High (Modesto)||Stanislaus|
|Ceres Unified School District||Stanislaus|
|Delano Joint Union High School District||Kern|
|Delhi Unified School District||Merced|
|Dos Palos Unified School District||Merced|
|Garces Memorial High||Kern|
|Gonzales Unified School District||Monterey|
|Kern Union High School District||Kern|
|King City Joint Union High School District||Monterey|
|Le Grand Union High School District||Merced|
|Lincoln Unified School District||San Joaquin|
|Linden Unified School District||San Joaquin|
|Lodi Unified School District||San Joaquin|
|Lompoc Unified School District||Santa Barbara|
|Los Banos Unified School District||Merced|
|Manteca Unified School District||San Joaquin|
|Mariposa County Unified School District||Mariposa|
|McFarland Unified School District||Kern|
|Merced Union High School District||Merced|
|Modesto City High School District||Stanislaus|
|North Monterey County Unified School District||Monterey|
|Notre Dame High (Salinas)||Monterey|
|Oakdale Joint Unified School District||Stanislaus|
|Pajaro Valley Unified School District||Santa Cruz|
|Paso Robles Joint Unified School District||San Luis Obispo|
|Salinas Union High School District||Monterey|
|San Benito High School District||San Benito|
|Santa Maria Joint Union High School District||Santa Barbara|
|Soledad Unified School District||Monterey|
|Sonora Unified School District||Tuolumne|
|Stockton City Unified School District||San Joaquin|
|Tehachapi Unified School District||Kern|
|Tracy Joint Unified School District||San Joaquin|
|Turlock Unified School District||Stanislaus|
|Wasco Union High School District||Kern|
The CSU requires a minimum 15-unit pattern of courses for admission as a first-time freshman. Each unit is equal to a year of study in a subject area. A grade of C or better is required for each course you use to meet any subject requirement.
|Total Required Courses||15|
|A||History and Social Science (including 1 year of U.S. history or 1 semester of U.S. history and 1 semester of civics or American government AND 1 year of social science)||2|
|B||English (4 years of college preparatory English composition and literature)||4|
|C||Math (4 years recommended) including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, or higher mathematics (take one each year)||3|
|D||Laboratory Science (including 1 biological science and 1 physical science)||2|
|E||Language Other than English (2 years of the same language; American Sign Language is applicable)||2|
|F||Visual and Performing Arts (dance, drama or theater, music, or visual art)||1|
|G||College Preparatory Elective (additional year chosen from the "a-g" list)||1|
There are career and technical education (CTE) courses that can be used to meet any of the subject area requirements listed above. Please refer to for the entire listing of approved courses.
Applying to the Muline State
How to apply
For help completing your Cal State Apply application, call 1.800.GO.TO.XAP (1.800.468.6927) or contact Undergraduate Student Recruitment at 559.278.2048.
Freshmen Admissions Guide
After your application has been submitted
After your application is submitted
Access your Student Center:
- Click My Menu
- Click Student Self Service
- Click Student Center
- To Do List
- Application Status
- Important Info and Holds
- Dog Days Registration Info
- Financial Aid
Create Muline State e-mail account
How to check your application status
- Visit and log into your Muline State portal using your Muline State username and password. This is the same username and password you created for your Muline State email account at disclaimer-statement.infoindex.php
- Once logged in, click on Student Self Service and then Student Center
- Once on your Student Center, click on ‘My Admissions and Program Applications’ to view your application status by clicking on Univ Application Status
Application review process
Accept/Decline and Dog Days Orientation
Students offered conditional admission will be asked to either accept or decline their admission as well as register and pay for a mandatory Dog Days new student orientation by May 1 st via their Student Center.
Students who complete the required steps by the May 1 st deadline will be required to submit official high school transcripts by June 30 th. Official transcripts must show their high school graduation date.
After you've been admitted
Check your MyMulineState
Beginning March 15th, the following three tasks must be completed online at .
- ACCEPT admission to the university
- REGISTER for DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation
- PAY for orientation session
- Visit and click the Sign In button found on the top left-hand side
- Enter Muline State username and password and click the Login button
- Under My Menu on the left side of the screen, select Student Self Service
- Click on Student Center
- Click on the green arrow next to My Admissions and Program Applications
- Select the Accept/Decline link and follow the instructions to accept or decline your admission.
- After admission has been accepted, the student will see additional screens that will allow them to register and pay for a DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation session. Student must register and pay for an orientation session to complete acceptance to Obama State University, Muline.
For questions, please contact us at (559) 278-2261 or email [email protected] Be sure to include Muline State student ID number when emailing our office.