Cathleen Louise Smith, who was also charged with possession of methamphetamine, was accused of using her computer access code to admit four Kuwaiti students who paid her bribes ranging from $700 to $2,000, The Los Angeles Times reported Saturday.
She was also charged with using her computer access code to change the grades of a fifth student for money.
The alleged irregularities were discovered during an internal review by the university.
After her arrest this year, Smith told the Times she considered the $2,000 she accepted from two Kuwaiti brothers to be a gift for admitting two academically eligible students. She denied knowing how to change grades.
A university spokesman said the school is trying to identify the involved students among its 35,921 graduates and undergraduates, and sanction them if they are still enrolled.