Academic Advisement Center (AAC) (UH 123)
The Academic Advisement Team supports undergraduate scholars by providing them with necessary information pertaining to the general education curriculum, University policies, and graduation requirements.
Admissions and Records (LH-114)
TheOffice of Admissions & Records processes and evaluates applications and transcripts for admission purposes. They are also responsible for determining residency status, maintaining student records, and processing transfer credit.
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another.
Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook
This is a guide to career information about hundreds of occupations!
Center for Careers in Teaching (H-113)
The Center for Careers in Teaching (CCT) provides comprehensive undergraduate academic advisement for Cal State Fullerton students planning careers in teaching elementary, middle, high school, or special education.
Change of Objective Form
Access the forms needed to declare or change a major, update your catalog year, declare or drop a concentration, and declare or drop a minor. In order to declare your major as Kinesiology, you must complete KNES/BIOL 210 and KNES 202 with a C or better, as well as, maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 with at least 15 units earned at CSUF.
CSUF Commencement Ceremony Information
Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff look forward to honoring you and your achievements. To learn more about graduation and Commencement, please visit this site.
Utilize the GPA Calculator to identify what grades you must earn to achieve your goal GPA.
Health Profession Advising Office (HPAO)
The HPAO offers various resources and assistance to help our students gain admission into the health professional school of their choice. Students interested in Dentistry, Optometry, Osteopathic, Pharmacy, Physician, Physician Assistant, Podiatry, or Veterinary programs should seek support from this office.
Student Financial Services is here to provide you with the information and services you need to manage your student account.
Office of Disability Support Services (UH-101)
DSS provides support services for students with mobility limitations, learning disabilities, hearing or visual impairments, and other disabilities. Counselors are available to help students plan a CSUF experience to meet their individual needs.
Physical Therapist Centralized Applications
In an effort to simplify the application process for prospective physical therapist (PT) students and to facilitate the admissions process for professional PT educational programs, APTA first launched the Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service (PTCAS). PTCAS allows PT applicants to use a single Web-based application and one set of materials to apply to multiple PT programs.
To help you regain good academic standing and achieve academic success, please select one of the following mandatory tutorials to view. The video tutorial will answer most of your probation questions and provide immediate action steps for you to take to get back on track.
University Petition Forms
Forms for Retroactive Withdrawal, Retroactive Add, Retroactive Change of Grade Option, Retroactive Change of Unit Value, General Education Variation, Postgraduate Credit, and Request for Excess Units forms can be found here.
University Testing Center (UH-143)
The University Testing Center provides information and registration materials, and serves as a testing site for several national, statewide and institutional testing programs that are required for admission to the university, placement in classes and graduation.