Cost of Attendance
The cost of attending California State University, Fullerton consists of paying the state fees (also known as resident tuition fees) in addition to university campus-based fees.
For students who are not California residents, an additional fee is applied to each unit. View tuition and campus fees on the Student Business Services page.
- 39,868 enrolled in fall 2019 (57.5% female)
- Average age of students: 23 years
- International students from 77 nations / total 1,579 (fall 2019)
Ethnic Distribution (fall 2019)
- Native American .1%
- Asian 20.5%
- Black/African-American 2.0%
- Hispanic/Latinx 43.8%
- Multi-Race 3.9%
- Pacific Islander .2%
- White 19.3%
- Unknown 3.2%
- International 7.1%
U.S. News & World Report ranks CSUF as No. 3 on its Top Public School list and among in its top regional universities of the West, which offer a broad scope of undergraduate degrees, master’s degree programs and some doctoral programs. (September 2019)
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education ranks CSUF No. 2 in the nation for baccalaureate degrees awarded to underrepresented students, based on data from the U.S. Department of Education. (December 2019)
Money ranks CSUF in the top 3% of “Best Colleges for Your Money.” (August 2019)
Forbes ranks CSUF among top U.S. institutions for “Best Value.” (August 2019)
Washington Monthly ranks CSUF in the top third of universities on its 2019 Best Bang for the Buck: West list. (August 2019)
Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC); nationally accredited in art, athletic training, business, chemistry, communications, communicative disorders, computer science, dance, engineering, music, nursing, public administration, public health, social work, teacher education and theater. Designated as an Hispanic-Serving Institution.