The appointment process is different for students who are pre-majors and students who are fully declared majors.
Undergraduate students who request admission into a CNSM major but do not yet met the minimum requirements for a major are considered pre-majors.
Pre-majors use the Student Success Collaborative (SSC) - Advising & Tutoring to schedule appointments with their assigned pre-major advisor. You may only schedule an appointment up to two weeks in advance. For help using the SSC - Advising & Tutoring, see Appointment Help [PDF].
For your appointment, please:
- Bring your CSULB ID card
- Arrive 10 minutes early
- Be aware that your appointment may be cancelled if you are 10 minutes late.
If you cannot keep an appointment, you must cancel the appointment at least 24 hours in advance. Please be courteous to other students by planning ahead (cancel or reschedule in a timely fashion). This will help open up time slots for other students.
We provide walk-in advising at various dates and times during the semester. These visits are on a first-come, first-served basis. Walk-in sessions typically last 5-10 minutes.
Questions about schedule planning, comprehensive general education and major advising, graduation checks, and academic appeals usually take longer than walk-in sessions can accomodate. For these longer topics we suggest you instead schedule an appointment.
Disqualified students must attend a Reinstatement Workshop in the University Center for Undergraduate Advising (UCUA) and work with a UCUA advisor for support getting readmitted to CSULB. To register or meet with a UCUA advisor please call (562) 985-4837.
Undergraduate students who request admission into a CNSM major and meet the minimum requirements for that major are considered to be fully declared in their major.
Fully-declared majors meet with their major advisor during the advisor's office hours or appointment availability.
- Mon: 9:00am-12:00pm & 5:30-7:00pm
- Tue: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
- Wed: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
- Thu: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Availability is subject to change.
Contact CNSM Advising
Please include your student ID number in all email correspondence.