Student services are provided by three offices: Admission and Advising Center, Office of Student Services, and the Mentoring Business Program.
Admissions and Advising Center:
Coordinator: Carol Grutzmacher
Office: CBA 100
Tel. (562) 985-4514
The Advising Center is a unique feature of the College of Business Administration. Advisors are available in the office throughout the semester to assist students with admission, registration, and degree requirement information. Advisors are trained by the Office of the Dean and the Office of the Registrar. The Center is also responsible for determining if a student meets the supplemental criterion for admission to the upper division business program.
In addition, individual faculty members work with accounting majors on a wide range of specific problems. The faculty also advises Accounting minors and approve all Accounting minor programs of study. Course substitutions (e.g. approving an accounting course taken at another university for CSULB credit) must be approved by the chair of the Accountancy Department.
Office of Student Services
Jeane Relleve Caveness, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Students
Office: CBA 457
Tel. (562) 985-5297
The Office of Student Services is responsible for overseeing eleven business student organizations and the Associated Business Students Organization Council (ABSOC). Student leaders plan and implement a variety of activities such as hosting speakers from various industries, professional networking events, socials, recreational events and community service.
Student Center for Professional Development
Director: Howard Fletcher
Office: CBA 326
Tel. (562) 985-2265
The Student Center for Professional Development (SCPD) is a bridge between a student’s academic life and career. SCPD focuses on helping students develop the professional skills and personal attributes most valued by prospective employers.