Calstone College

2975 Wilshire Blvd Suite 103
​Los Angeles California 90010
(213) 738-7700

admissions@calstoneuniversity.com

Potential Applicants
 

Meet with Calstone College​

Potential applicants should contact Calstone College to visit the institution and meet with the Director of Admissions.

The representative will give a tour of the campus, provide detailed information of the institution's programs and policies, discuss the applicant's qualifications, and assist him or her in determining the best way to meet his or her educational objectives.

The applicant will also meet with a financial services representative to discuss tuition and possible financing.  If inquiry is made by phone, the admissions representative will provide brief information about the programs and invite the applicant to visit the college campus.

Complete an Application for Admission form

  1. Pay a non-refundable Application Fee of $25 US ($75 for International Students).

  2. Complete an oral evaluation with the Admissions Department.

  3. Official transcripts from all colleges attended, past and present. International students should submit official, translated academic transcripts or records, as specified in the International Students section.

  4. 1-2 page essay on describing the Applicant's educational goal and the reasons for applying to Calstone College. In addition, two (2) Letters of Recommendation on official letterhead are optional and will be considered for acceptance to the college.

  5. International students must submit TOEFL scores of at least 600 paper-based or 250 computer-based. *See the International Students section

  6. Pay Registration Fee of $200 ($250 for International Students).

  7. Attend the Orientation Session to complete the admissions process.

After Applying
 
  1. The student will receive either a Letter of Acceptance or a Letter of Rejection within two weeks of completion of admission forms and documents, or at least one week prior to the beginning of classes. Students must contact the College to verify acceptance within the timeline stated in the Letter of Acceptance

  2. Once notified of acceptance, an Intention to Register Form and a request for the tuition deposit will be issued. A non-refundable $200 Registration Fee ($250 for International Students) is required to confirm attendance and to reserve a place in the entering class. The deposit will apply toward credit for the first quarter tuition charges.

  3. The student will begin to receive notifications of registration, orientation, tuition payment plan, and a requiredmaterials list once the deposit has been processed.

Non-Refundable Application Fees and Registration Fee Schedules:

Students with Disabilities:

Students with disabilities are encouraged to call for an appointment prior to visiting the school. The institution’s facility is handicap-ready.

Admission Policy
 

​Certificate & Diploma Program Admissions Requirements:

  1. a. Have a high school diploma, or
    b. Have a General Education Diploma (GED) certificat, or
    c. Be beyond compulsory school age in the State of California, and have taken and passed a standardized test (Wechsler) that reliably and validly measures the student's ability to be successfully trained to perform the tasks associated with the job titles to which the course of instruction is represented to lead.
    d. Applicants who have graduated from foreign schools must submit a notarized, translated diploma or Certificate of Completion.

  2. Complete an Application for Admission form.

  3. Pay a non-refundable Application Fee.Complete an oral evaluation with the Admissions Department. Fulfill all financial arrangements to Calstone College prior to admission.

  4. Complete an Enrollment Agreement.

  5. Official transcripts from all colleges attended, past and present. International students should submit official, translated

Graduate Admission Requirements for Degree Program:

Graduate applicants must have completed a BFA, BA, or BS degree at an accredited institution. Different requirements are required for different programs; please see a specific program for more detail. Applicants who have graduated from foreign schools must submit a notarized, translated diploma or Certificate of Completion.

  1. Complete an Application for Admission form.

  2. Complete an oral evaluation with the Admissions Department.

  3. Pay a non-refundable Application Fee.

  4. Complete an Enrollment Agreement.

  5. Official transcripts from all colleges attended, past and present. International students should submit official, translated academic  transcripts or records, as specified in the International Students section.

  6. 1-2-page autobiographical essay describing your current work and one’s decision to pursue a program here at Calstone. In addition, two (2) Letters of Recommendation on official letterhead are optional and will be considered for acceptance to the college.

  7. Must be able to communicate effectively in the English language. (Non-native speakers must pass an English proficiency requirement, or have fulfilled an English course with a “C” or better at an accredited institution. *International students please see requirements in International Students section.)

  8. Pay a non-refundable Registration Fee of $200 ($250 for International Students).

  9. Attend the Orientation Session to complete the admissions process

Orientation

Orientation is students’ introduction to Calstone College and provides an opportunity for students to familiarize themselves with college facilities and policies. All new students are required to attend on-campus orientation,​which is held before each respected quarter.​New students should check the appropriate calendar year for the exact date. 

 

In addition, all new students will receive more information regarding orientation through mail or email after registration. 

Non-discrimination Policy

Calstone College does not discriminate in admissions, advising, training, placement, employment, or in any activity on the basis of factors, including but not limited to: sex, age, race, color, national origin, creed, religion, gender, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, political affiliation, disability or a handicap which would not prohibit employment. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, access, and treatment in college programs and activities.

Any questions a student may have regarding this website that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive., Suite 400 Sacramento, California 95833, www.bppe.ca.gov toll free number (888) 370-7589, Telephone Number (916) 431-6959. 

A student or any member of the public may file a complaint about this institution with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education by calling (888) 370-7589 or by completing a complaint form, which can be obtained on the bureau’s internet website (www.bppe.ca.gov).