You Should Know
Admission is provisional until all eligibility requirements and deadlines have been met, including enrollment and attendance in classes. If you do not enroll in classes and attend beyond the 20th day of instruction for the semester to which you were provisionally admitted, you will need to reapply for admission to the University in the next available semester.
|Required Actions||Fall 2014|
|Last day to file Intent to Register in myNorthridge**||7/1/2014|
|Last day for CSUN to receive your final, official transcripts**||8/15/2014|
*If your application for admission was denied or your offer of provisional admission has been withdrawn, see Admission and Deadline Appeals.
**Read the "Enrollment Checklist" below for additional information about these important deadlines.
- If you plan to attend CSUN in Fall 2014, submit your Intent to Register online no later than Tuesday, July 1, 2014. If you are admitted after June 17, you will have 14 days from your admission date to file your Intent to Register. If you do not confirm your Intent to Register by the deadline, you cannot attend CSUN in the Fall 2014 semester.
The Intent to Register link is located in "My Checklist" in myNorthridge Portal. For help, see the How To Guide Intent to Register. No deposit is charged to file Intent to Register at CSUN.
- Send us your final, official transcripts as soon as your courses end and grades are posted, but postmarked no later than August 15, 2014 for fall enrollment. You can view missing transcripts in "My Checklist" in myNorthridge. Your final transcripts are used to verify that you have completed:
- All course work you indicated as work-in-progress on any preliminary transcripts, and
- The admissions criteria of 60 units and all basic subjects.
Reminder: Complete all Fall 2014 admission requirements by the end of the Spring 2014 term. No summer course work will be considered for admission. Send transcripts to:
CSUN - Office of Admissions and Records
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA 91330-8207
- Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor to set up your academic plan before enrolling in classes.
- Prepare for your meeting with the advisement checklist for first-time transfer students.
- Make an advisement appointment by contacting one of the Student Services Centers/EOP Satellite advising centers or the department of your major.
- To avoid a registration hold, you should attempt the Upper Division Writing Proficiency Examination (UDWPE) as early as possible after being admitted and no later than the semester in which you complete 75 units. View test dates and more on the CSUN Testing Center UDWPE page.
- Watch for your registration appointment. It appears in the paper Registration Access Mailer and online in My Checklist. Look for any registration holds and clear them before registering.
- Learn about self-service registration with the Registration Guide and Registration Calendar. Become familiar with myNorthridge Portal to pay tuition and other fees, check financial aid status, view class and final exam schedule, check grades, print an unofficial transcript—and more. If you've moved, log in to update your mailing address. Read more at How To Guides for Students.
- Apply for scholarships and/or financial aid. To be considered for aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online as soon after January 1 as possible. CSUN’s Federal School Code is 001153.
- Obtain your CSUN photo ID card (required). Pay online or in person; come in to have your photo taken and receive your card. Read more at Photo ID.
- Attend New Student Orientation. CSUN is committed to your academic success. At orientation, you'll receive an introduction to the academic, social and cultural resources of the University as well as tips for student success.
- Meet immunization requirements. If you were born on or after January 1, 1957, you must present proof of immunity to or immunization for measles and rubella during your first semester at CSUN. Immunity to or immunization for Hepatitis B is required for all entering students 18 or younger before you complete your second semester. These are not required for admission but are conditions of enrollment. Students enrolled in a California public middle or high school after July 1, 1999 will have satisfied these requirements. For detailed information, see Immunization Requirements.
Best wishes for your first semester at Cal State Northridge.