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California State University Maritime Academy Admissions

California State University Maritime Academy admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 68%. Students that get into California State University Maritime Academy have an average SAT score between 960-1190 or an average ACT score of 21-26. The regular admissions application deadline for California State University Maritime Academy is November 30. Interested students can apply for early action, and the California State University Maritime Academy early action deadline is October 30.

Admissions Statistics

Acceptance Rate
68%
Early Decision Acceptance Rate
Total Applicants
1,217
SAT Range
960-1190
SAT Reading
450-585
SAT Math
470-590
Students Submitting SAT
86%
ACT Range
21-26
ACT English
20-25
ACT Math
22-27
ACT Writing
Students Submitting ACT
46%

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Admissions Deadlines

Application Deadline
November 30
Early Decision Deadline
Early Action Deadline
October 30
Offers Early Decision
No
Offers Early Action
Yes
Application Fee
$55
Accepts Common App
Accepts Coalition App
No

Admissions Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying
  • High School GPA
    Required
  • High School Rank
    Neither required nor recommended
  • High School Transcript
    Required
  • College Prep Courses
    Required
  • SAT/ACT
    Recommended
  • Recommendations
    Neither required nor recommended
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