Humboldt State University

Website: http://www.humboldt.edu

Humboldt State University emphasizes hands-on undergraduate research and intensive faculty mentoring of students. Founded in 1913, Humboldt is a coeducational residential campus located 90 minutes south of the Oregon border in the rural redwoods on Northern California's Pacific Coast. It offers 49 baccalaureate degree majors, 84 minors, 12 graduate programs, and 21 credential programs. Field research often supplements classroom instruction, and academic pursuits are melded with the unique terrain and climates of the Pacific Northwest. Humboldt offers a broad liberal arts curriculum that includes teaching credentials, professional studies, independent research, service learning, leadership minors, community internships and volunteer projects, and art and museum management. Humboldt State offers the only Native American studies program in the 23-campus California State University system and is a leader in Peace Corps recruitment.

How much would I save with WUE?
Resident tuition:$5472
Nonresident tuition:$16632
WUE rate (Resident x 150%):$8208
WUE Savings:$8424

Important: The rates shown are taken from WICHE's Annual Tuition and Fees Report for AY2013 - 14 and do not include fees. Actual tuition rates may vary. These rates assume 30 credit hours per year. We strongly encourage you to verify these rates with the admissions office where you want to enroll.

This institution offers the WUE rate to transfer students.

The WUE tuition rate applies to the majors listed below. If the major is not listed here, it is not eligible for the WUE rate:

Program Name   Degree Type(s)    
Anthropology   BA    
Art   BA    
Biology   BS    
Botany   BS    
Business Administration   BS    
Chemistry   BA, BS    
Child Development   BA    
Communication, General   BA    
Criminology and Justice Studies   BA    
Economics   BA    
English   BA    
Environmental Management and Protection   BS    
Environmental Resources Engineering   BS    
Environmental Science   BS    
Fisheries Biology   BS    
Forestry   BS    
French   BA    
Geography   BA    
Geology   BA, BS    
History   BA    
Interdisciplinary Studies   BA    
Journalism   BA    
Kinesiology   BS    
Liberal Studies   BA    
Mathematics   BA    
Music   BA    
Native American Studies   BA    
Oceanography   BS    
Philosophy   BA    
Physics   BA, BS    
Political Science   BA    
Psychology   BA    
Rangeland Resource Science   BS    
Religious Studies   BA    
Social Science Education   BA    
Social Work   BA    
Sociology   BA    
Spanish   BA    
Theatre Arts   BA    
Wildlife   BS    
Zoology   BS    

Enrollment Information

Contact Information

Office of Admissions
Humboldt State University
1 Harpst Street
Arcata, CA 95521
(866) 850-9556
www.humboldt.edu
hsuinfo@humboldt.edu

 

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