Fall 2017 for the following majors
(see below for application deadlines):
The application period will be October 1, 2016 through November 30, 2016
Apply online at http://www.csumentor.edu/admissionapp/intl_apply.asp. There will also be a $55.00 application fee required as you submit the online application.
A completed online application, the $55.00 application fee, a minimum TOEFL score (see below), Academic transcripts (translated and official) from all colleges attended, and an Affidavit of Financial Support indicating available funds totaling $42,000.00 U.S.D. which is the approximate cost for international students to attend Cal Maritime for one academic year.
The California State University Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime) is one of six state-sponsored maritime academies and one federal maritime academy in the United States of America. We are the only maritime academy located on the west coast of North America.
The Academy is part of the 23 state university campuses in the California State University (CSU) system. Within this group of 23 schools, we are the only focused academy and the smallest campus with 1,076 students - also known as cadets. As a four-year college, we offer six Bachelors Degree programs which are all described via the link in the left-hand column.
Please note that we do not accept transfer courses from international universities, so all international students must take our full four-year program in their selected major.
Three of our programs (International Business and Logistics, Global Studies and Maritime Affairs, and Facilities Engineering) have no restrictions for international students.
The remaining three majors (Marine Transportation, Marine Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering) do have a certain restriction for international students. While it is possible for an international student to receive any of these three degrees, the U.S. Coast Guard license required with these programs are not available to international students.
The U.S. Coast Guard requires that only those with U.S. Citizenship may receive a license to be an engineer or deck officer on a U.S. flagged vessel. This means international students may receive a degree from the California Maritime Academy but can NOT be an engineer or deck officer on a U.S. flagged vessel. In order to be an engineer or deck officer on an internationally flagged vessel, that person would need to leave the U.S. after attaining our degree and follow the procedures of other countries to receive a license to sail on their ships.
To be evaluated and possibly receive an offer of admission at the California Maritime Academy, international students must supply the following items:
Admission Office Hours:
except for the following
special days or holidays:
Nov. 11 - Veterans Day - School Closed
Nov. 24-25 - Thanksgiving Holiday - School Closed
Dec. 19-23 - No Classes
Dec. 26-Jan. 2 - Winter Holiday Break - School Closed
Jan.. 3 - Classes Begin
Jan. 16 - MLK Holiday - School Closed
Mar. 31 - Ceasar Chavez Holiday - School Closed
Apr. 17-21 - No Classes
April 25 Through Aug. - Campus tours available, but:
*Tours do not Include ship
*No classes in session
*No students on campus
200 Maritime Academy Dr.
Vallejo, CA 94590