Urban Studies & Planning

Support Services for Students

•       Learning Resource Center: http://www.csun.edu/undergraduate-studies/learning-resource-center, 818.677.2033, Bayramian Hall 408. The mission of the LRC is to enable students to improve their academic performance through a variety of learning programs including workshops, one-on-one and group tutoring, Supplemental Instruction classes and interactive subject area computer programs and videos.  Students who use LRC learning programs will develop and strengthen their critical thinking skills, study strategies, writing skills and performance in subject matter courses.


•       Academic Advisement: http://www.csun.edu/csbs/departments/urban_studies_and_planning/resources/advising.html. The college-based academic advisement centers are available to assist students in selecting courses and programs of study and in choosing or declaring a major or minor. Visit the website to locate the advising center for your major, or for undeclared majors.


•       University Counseling Services: http://www.csun.edu/counseling/, 818.677.2366, Bayramian Hall 520. UCS provides resources and information to assist students in dealing with a variety of large and small psychological obstacles that may interfere with academic progress and/or relationship satisfaction. Services include individual, group and crisis counseling.


•       Center on Disabilities: http://www.csun.edu/cod/index.php, 818.677.2684, Bayramian Hall 110. The Center on Disabilities serves students with a wide range of visible and hidden disabilities, in a confidential environment. Students are encouraged to meet with the professional staff and explore the services available to support their academic, career and personal goals.  Discover accommodations and strategies for help with disabilities in an academic setting.


•       The Career Center: http://www.csun.edu/career/students/, 818.677.2878, University Hall 105. Need some help in deciding on a career? Or do you know your career and need to meet employers? Perhaps your resume needs some sprucing up? The Career Center offers a variety of services for students, from those new to the University to those about to graduate into the world of work.