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College of Health and Human Services Academic Advising & Resource Center

Freshmen Fall Advising

CSULB requires all freshmen to receive academic advising in their fall semester in order to register for their second semester (spring term).

If you do not receive academic advising during the fall semester, your registration hold will not be lifted.

All CHHS advising workshops are now complete. Read the information below for instructions on how to have your advisng hold removed.

Freshmen Fall 2016 Advising – Declared CHHS Majors/Pre-Majors ONLY

1. Verify your major.

  1. Log onto MyCSULB.
  2. Click on Student Center.
  3. Click on My Academics.
  4. Verify that the major/pre-major listed is your intended major.
    • If your major is correct, proceed to #2.
    • If you are NOT currently a declared CHHS major or pre-major but are interested in pursuing a CHHS major, visit us in HSD-117 for assistance.
    • If you are no longer pursuing a CHHS major, change your major as soon as possible to receive advising from the correct center.

You MUST be declared in your intended major/pre-major to ensure you receive accurate advising this semester.
Non-declared CHHS majors/pre-majors should click here for more information about where to receive advising.

2. Verify that all test and/or transfer credit is posted.

  1. Log onto MyCSULB.
  2. Click on Student Center.
  3. Click on My Academics.
  4. Click on View My Transfer Credit Report.
  5. Verify that all test and/or transfer credit is listed. Submit records of any missing credit to Enrollment Services immediately.

3. Complete the online module and freshmen advising worksheet.

  1. Refer to the email* from CHHS Advising for instructions and the module link.
  2. You MUST complete both the module and freshmen advising worksheet.

*Emails were sent to all CHHS first semester freshmen, to the preferred email address listed on MyCSULB. Students are responsible for updating their preferences on MyCSULB and reading all university emails.

4. Complete and submit required documents to CHHS Advising (HSD-117).

  1. Submit your completed freshmen advising worksheet.
  2. Submit a signed advising waiver.

For more information about the university policy on freshmen advising, click here.