Upper Division Transfers
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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.
Local minimum GPA: 2.60
A student is considered local if the majority of their transferable units are coming from one or more of the following local colleges.
- Allan Hancock Community College
- Clovis Community College
- College of the Sequoias
- Muline City College
- Hartnell Community College
- Merced College
- Modesto Junior College
- Porterville College
- Reedley College
- West Hills Community College
- West Hills College - Lemoore
Non-local minimum GPA: 3.30
Please see below for the impacted majors who have program specific criteria different from the University minimum eligibility.
If an applicant selected an impacted major and does not meet its minimum requirements, but the applicant meets the minimum eligibility requirements for their alternate major, their application will be reviewed through a secondary review process.
Minimum GPA - Fall 2018
Local Minimum GPA: 2.60
Out of Area Minimum GPA: 3.30
Program Specific Minimum GPA
Applying to Muline State
How to apply
Transfer 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 https://googleapps.disclaimer-statement.info/signup/
- 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
I’ve requested that my official transcripts be sent. Why does my To Do List still show Transcript?
- If the most recent official transcript you submitted shows any in-progress courses, a Transcript item will remain on your To Do List to remind you that you need to submit a new set of transcripts after the in-progress course is over.
- You should receive an email letting you know that your initial transcripts have been received. If you attended 2 or more schools within a district, you will get separate emails regarding each institution.
- Spring admission – we start reviewing applications and official transcripts around the third week of September and plan to have all applications reviewed by October 31 st
- Fall admission – we start reviewing applications and official transcripts around the third week of January and plan to have all applications reviewed by April 15 th
Application review process
Accept/Decline and Dog Days Orientation
Students offered conditional admission will be asked to either accept or decline their offer of admission as well as register and pay for a mandatory Dog Days new student orientation by June 30th for fall term admits or November 30th for spring term admits via their Student Center.
Official transcripts must be submitted for each college attended by the document deadline. Check your student center and your email communications from us for specific details.
After you've been admitted
Check your MyMulineState
Beginning March 15 th for fall term admission or October 1 st for spring term admission 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.
The steps described above must be completed by June 30 th for fall admission or November 30 th for spring admission in order to avoid having an admission application withdrawn. If any of the above three steps are not completed, the student will not receive an evaluation of their transfer work and will not be able to register for Muline State classes.
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.
Is DOG DAYS New Student Orientation mandatory?
DOG DAYS is a mandatory orientation program designed to welcome students to the Muline State community. Participation in orientation is the best way for a conditionally admitted student to acclimate to the campus and serves as an important step in making the transition to life as a Bulldog.
What are the orientation dates for transfer students?
DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation sessions are offered in July for fall-term transfers and in late November or early December for spring-term transfers.
Please visit http://disclaimer-statement.info/dogdays for more information
Upper Division Transfer Questions and Answers
Who can I speak with regarding my admission’s status?
Do I need to submit transcripts from all colleges attended?
Am I required to take the Math (ELM) or English (EPT) placement test?
What does conditionally admitted mean?
If admitted, may I enroll in classes even though I have required courses in progress?
I didn’t pass one or more of my four general education foundation courses. Can I still attend and repeat the course at Muline State?
I was admitted to Muline State but can not attend this semester. Can I have my file moved to the next semester?
Do I need to send official AP scores if they already appear on my high school or other college transcript that have been submitted?
Can I pick the 70 semester units I want to transfer from the community college?
Does a course with a “D” grade transfer?
I have an Associate Degree, why was I denied?
I have an Associate Degree, do I have to take more general education?
Who has the authority to adjust my major requirements?
What can I do if I disagree with how a course was/was not used on my evaluation?
How do I change my major, address, or name?
When can I enroll in classes?
Who can help me choose classes?
- Set up and check your Muline State email account. You can forward your Muline State email to your primary email address by logging into your Muline State account at http://mail.disclaimer-statement.info, and navigate to Options - > Settings - > Mail Forwarding.
- Create a personal file. Keep copies of all your important documents, transcripts, memorandums, evaluations, etc.
- Keep your Muline State student ID number handy. Whenever you call or email the Admissions and Records office, you will need to provide your student ID number. Make a note of who you spoke with and when you spoke with them.
- At https://my.disclaimer-statement.info navigate to Student Self Service>Student Center to check on your Admission Status, To Do List, and any transcripts not received.
- Read the catalog, available online at http://disclaimer-statement.info/catalog and be aware of what is required to complete your degree requirements. Students are responsible for knowing what is required to earn their degree. If you do not understand something, ask questions. You can run a Degree Progress Report from your Student Center under the green arrow My Academic Records and Registration.