Transfer Student Advising
Transitioning from your former college or university can be made easier by connecting early and frequently (at least once a year) with your faculty advisor. You are required to meet with your faculty major advisor during your first semester at CSULB to discuss your schedule for next semester and review your plan for graduation. A transfer advising hold will be placed on your ability to register until you meet with your advisor.
Faculty major advisors will help you to:
- choose, clarify, plan, and achieve educational and career goals
- select courses to integrate educational and personal goals
- develop a strategy to monitor progress and development
- identify academic and personal skills that need to be acquired or enhanced to achieve educational goals
- increase awareness of the full range of campus programs and services
- understand the relationship between academic experience and career opportunities and objectives
- access information and obtain guidance for post-baccalaureate studies
- complete and submit appropriate forms and petitions necessary for academic progress
- connect with the CNSM Internship Coordinator (Dr. Elaine Bernal).
Student Jobs in the College
Want a part-time job within CNSM? Consider applying as a student tutor or peer mentor to lower division students. For more information, contact the Jensen SAS Center.
Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement Placement Examination
You will need to complete the Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement Placement Examination (GPE) during your first semester here at CSULB. For more information and test dates, please see the Testing and Evaluation Office's Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement Placement Examination.
Contact CNSM Advising
Please include your student ID number in all email correspondence.
Hall of Science - Room 164
First Week of Classes (1/21-1/24):
9:00am-11:30am and 1:00pm-4:00pm
- Mon: 9:00am-12:00pm
- Tue: 10:00am-1:00pm
- Wed: 12:00pm-3:00pm
- Thu: 1:00pm-4:00pm
Availability is subject to change. First week of semester has alternate schedule.