CBA Center for Student Success
NOTE: We provide services to current CSULB students. Prospective students should contact the office of Outreach and School Relations.
The College of Business Administration’s Undergraduate Center for Student Success provides comprehensive academic advising for Business majors.
The CBA Undergraduate Center for Student Success is committed to encouraging personal and academic success. Our goals are to assist undergraduate students with making a successful transition to and establishing their place in the University; to take responsibility for learning how to set academic, career, and personal goals and learning the strategies to achieve those goals; and to graduate in a timely manner by successfully meeting all major requirements.
We provide services for current CBA majors and minors. Each student is an important member of the CBA community, and we want your experience here to be a successful one. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about who we are and the services we offer. Our staff looks forward to working with you.
Center for Student Success News and Updates
- Mandatory Freshmen Advising Workshops for Spring 2016. During the workshop we will discuss opportunities for academic success and career preparedness, General Education requirements, CBA prerequisites to declare your major, CSULB and CBA academic support resources, and must do’s to make your academic career a success. Click here for further information on Mandatory Freshmen Advising Workshop.
- Spring 2016 Mandatory Transfer Advising Workshops
Welcome Spring 2016 CBA Transfers to "Business@ the Beach". The entire staff at the CBA Center for Student Success/Advising Center wishes you a smooth transition to CSULB! Mandatory Transfer Advising Workshops for Spring 2016. Click here for further information on Mandatory Transfer Advising Workshops
The College of Business Administration at California State University, Long Beach, continues to be an impacted major, and this means we receive more upper-division transfer applicants than can be accommodated. To maintain the academic quality of CBA's academic programs and services, supplemental admissions criteria will be applied to upper-division transfer applicants.