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Your Right to Know - Consumer Information

Notice of Required Disclosures

The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosure and reporting requirements that are intended to assist current and prospective students and their families to access and compare information about higher education institutions. 

Official statutory sources in which disclosure and reporting requirements are described include:

In addition, the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 34, Part 668.41 - Student Assistance General Provisions mandate that a Notice of Required Disclosures be provided to all enrolled students on an annual basis and to all prospective students. Following is a list of California State University, Northridge required disclosures, summary descriptions, and information to obtain a paper copy of each disclosure.

Academic Programs Leading to Licensure or Credentialing

Admission into programs leading to licensure and credentialing does not guarantee that students will obtain a license or credential. Licensure and credentialing requirements are set by agencies that are not controlled by or affiliated with the CSU and requirements can change at any time. For example, licensure or credentialing requirements can include evidence of the right to work in the United States (e.g., social security number or taxpayer identification number) or successfully passing a criminal background check.

Students are responsible for determining whether they can meet licensure or credentialing requirements. The CSU will not refund tuition, fees, or any associated costs, to students who determine subsequent to admission that they cannot meet licensure or credentialing requirements. Information concerning licensure and credentialing requirements is available from the department offering the academic program.

Find academic program and department contact information in the University Catalog.

Admission to California State University, Northridge

Prospective students interested in applying for admission to California State University, Northridge (CSUN) may obtain information about eligibility requirements, application filing periods and deadlines, and the application process by visiting the Admissions and Records home page at

On the Admissions and Records Applicants page, select the link for your student group—freshman, transfer student, credential, graduate student, second BA or BS, student veterans and dependents, international student, or returning CSUN student. Each student page provides admission details.


Annual Clery Security Report (ASR)

Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR) is now available for viewing at The ASR contains the current security and safety-related policy statements, emergency preparedness and evacuation information, crime prevention and sexual assault prevention information, and drug and alcohol prevention programming. The ASR also contains statistics of Clery Act crimes for California State University Northridge (CSUN) for 2016-2018.

A paper copy of the ASR is available upon request by contacting either of the following offices:

  • Department of Police Services, located at California State University, Northridge, Department of Police Services, 9222 Darby Avenue, Northridge, CA 91330-8282, phone (818) 677-5343
  • Office of the Clery Director located at California State University, Northridge, Risk Management Office, 18111 Nordhoff St., University Hall - UN 360, Northridge, CA  91330-8458, phone (818) 677-2079.

Related topics on this page:

  • Campus Security Personnel
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
  • Drug Violations and Consequences
  • Fire Safety
  • Missing Student Notification
  • Title IX Notice of Nondiscrimination

Related links:

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Athletic Participation Rates and Financial Support Data

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA)

This annual disclosure provides information on the number and gender of full-time undergraduates participating in the intercollegiate athletic competitions and on each team. Also included is the information on coaches, coach salaries, and the revenues and expenses associated with each sport. Effective June 1, 2006 additional information may be obtained from Institutional Research.

To view the EADA data on the Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) Athletics page, select the "Get Data for One School" link. On the search criteria page in the Name field, enter Northridge, select CSUN and click Continue. On the results page, select the California State University-Northridge link to view participation rates and financial support data.

Questions? Please contact the CSUN Athletics Office at (818) 677-3208.

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Campus Security Personnel

Campus Security Personnel

This disclosure provides a directory of personnel for the CSUN Department of Police Services, a law enforcement agency accredited by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA).

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College Navigator

College Navigator

The College Navigator, provided by the U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences, helps prospective students find the right college. The website allows users to refine their search and export results, build a list of schools and compare them, and save their session.  Interactive features include school location maps and cost calculators. Additional resources to prepare for college and careers are also provided. All colleges and universities receiving federal financial aid are required to contribute data to the College Navigator.

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Completion/Graduation Rates for Student Athletes

Completion/Graduation Rates for Student Athletes.(pdf)

This disclosure provides information on the completion or graduation rate, by race and gender within each sport, of a cohort of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time undergraduates who received athletically related aid and completed their program within 150% of the normal time for graduation or completion.

The Higher Education Act of 1998 and its 2008 reauthorization require CSUN to provide this information to a student and the student’s parents at the time the institution offers the student athletically-related student aid. Students who did not receive the disclosure should contact the CSUN Athletics Department.

Questions? Please contact the CSUN Athletics Office at (818) 677-3208.

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Copyright Infringement

The purpose of the University Policies and Procedures on Copyrighted Materials (.pdf) document is to establish uniform policies and campus wide procedures that assure campus compliance with all state and federal laws applying to copyrighted material. This policy applies to all copyrighted materials that in any way use campus-computing resources, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing.


CSUN University Catalog - Civil and Criminal Penalties for Violation of Federal Copyright Laws

Legal File-Sharing FAQs

Legal File-Sharing Resources

Student Notice on Peer-to-Peer File Sharing

University Policies and Procedures on Computing > select "Computing"

Questions? Please contact the Office of Information Security at (818) 677-6100.

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Costs and Consumer Information

The following resources are provided to assist students and their families with calculating the likely costs of attendance:

  1. California State University (CSU) Net Price Cost Calculator (NPCC) - all campuses
  2. CSUN Net Price Cost Calculator
  3. Cost of Attendance – CSUN Financial Aid and Scholarship Department
  4. The average net price of attending Cal State Northridge—the total cost of attendance minus the average amount of federal, state/local government, or institutional grant or scholarship aid—is available on the U.S. Department of Education College Navigator website.

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Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation

California State University, Northridge is committed to maintaining an inclusive environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect.  All students have the right to participate fully in university programs and activities free from discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of a protected status (i.e., age, disability, gender, gender identity/expression, genetic information, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and veteran or military status).

CSUN’s policy and procedures regarding discrimination, harassment and retaliation against students align with systemwide CSU Executive Order 1097 (.pdf)

Questions? Please contact the Office of Equity & Diversity at (818) 677-2077.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

The following disclosures provide information on California State University, Northridge compliance with Title 34 C.F.R. 86 and 668.41 that require notice to all students, faculty and employees concerning its drug and alcohol abuse prevention program.

Disclosures and annual notices emailed to students and employees:

CSUN makes available upon request the results of a biennial review of the University’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program that: 

  • Determines program effectiveness and implements needed changes,
  • Determines the number of drug and alcohol-related violations and fatalities (if any) on campus or as part of campus activities that are reported to campus officials,
  • Determines the number and type of sanctions imposed, and
  • Ensures sanctions are consistently enforced.

For the most recent biennial program review, please contact:

Marianne Link, Assistant Director, Health Promotion and Administration
Klotz Student Health Center
Phone: (818) 677-3666

Additional Resources:

Alcohol Awareness – Department of Police Services

Drug Awareness – Department of Police Services

Drug Free Workplace Policy.(pdf) – Office of Human Resources

Health Education – Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs

National College Health Assessment (NCHA) Report - Student Health Center - most recent CSUN student health data

Use of Alcohol and Illicit Drugs Policy (.pdf)

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Drug Violations and Consequences

This disclosure provides students upon enrollment a notice of the consequences of a drug conviction on their Title IV financial aid. Students subsequently convicted for a drug offense will lose their eligibility for federal financial assistance.

The "Drug Law Violations & Financial Aid" disclosure is distributed every fall and spring term in a registration notice that is emailed to each new and continuing CSUN student as follows:

Additional Resources

CSU Executive Order 1098 – Student Conduct Procedures

Drug Free Campus Policy Information for Students: Alcohol and Other Drugs, Penalties and Where to Get Help (.pdf)

Use of Alcohol and Illicit Drugs Policy (.pdf)

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Emergency Management

Emergency Management

Campus guides, resources and policies regarding immediate emergency response and evacuation procedures.

Questions? Please contact the Department of Police Services at (818) 677-5973.

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Faculty Personnel

The faculty members of California State University, Northridge are listed in the online University Catalog:

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

This disclosure informs students of their rights and the University's policies and procedures concerning access to and privacy of student educational records. Information on FERPA is published in the following locations:

Questions? Please contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (818) 677-2391.

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Financial Assistance

This disclosure provides information on all available federal, state, local, private, and institutional financial need-based and non-need-based assistance programs.

Financial Assistance Available to Students:
Each link below includes student eligibility requirements:

Financial Aid Planning Resources:

California State University (CSU) "Student Lending Code of Conduct"

The California State University "Student Lending Code of Conduct" is a disclosure sent annually to CSU employees who assist students with student loans. The Code of Conduct lists the employee actions that are prohibited in order to prevent any conflict of interest with an employee’s responsibilities with respect to student loans. Please note that CSU employees are not permitted to recommend a specific lender to any student. It is the student’s responsibility to research loans and lenders and to make their own decisions regarding borrowing. Read the CSU Student Lending - Code of Conduct (.pdf).

Questions? Please contact the Financial Aid and Scholarship Department at (818) 677-4085.

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Fire Safety

Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the 2019 Annual Fire Safety Report is now available for viewing at
The Annual Fire Safety Report contains the following:

  • Important fire safety information and procedures;
  • Policies and rules regarding fire safety in residential housing facilities;
  • A description of each on-campus student housing facility fire safety system and number of fire drills held during the previous calendar year; and
  • Fire statistics for incidents that occurred in on-campus residence facilities for the previous three years.

You may obtain a hard copy of this report from the Office of Student Housing, located at 17950 Lassen St., Northridge, CA 91325, or by calling (818) 677-6116.

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Gainful Employment Programs

Gainful Employment Certificate Programs at CSUN

Some, but not all, certificate programs offered by California State University, Northridge (CSUN) are considered “gainful employment programs.” All CSUN certificate programs are described in the University Catalog. Each certificate that is considered a gainful employment program includes a link to the Gainful Employment Disclosure in its program description.

What is a Gainful Employment Program?

A wide variety of programs are eligible for federal Title IV financial aid funding, including programs that lead to a bachelor’s or a graduate degree. Eligible programs can also include those of at least one academic year in duration that lead to a certificate or other non-degree recognized credential and prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation.

Federal law requires eligible programs to publish a Gainful Employment Disclosure, which may include information such as:

  • Occupations that the program prepares students to enter
  • On-time graduation rate for students completing the program
  • Program costs (tuition and fees, books and supplies, etc.)


Federal Student Aid Handbook (search for "gainful employment")

General Information Contacts

Each of the disclosures on this web page links to relevant offices that include contact information for additional specific information and paper copies upon request.The following CSU, Northridge links may be especially helpful:

See also Institutional Information for CSUN on this page.

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Health Center (Klotz Student Health Center)

CSUN's Klotz Student Health Center offers students free visits with experts in college health who practice Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rheumatology, Neurology, Travel Medicine, and Sports Medicine. Klotz also offers specialty services in Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Nutrition, Optometry, Acupuncture, Dentistry, and Sexual and Reproductive Health.  The Center has a clinical laboratory, a retail pharmacy, and an X-ray department.  The Health Promotion Department offers health promotion and education programs and wellness coaching to maximize good health, reduce risks, and enhance wellness; and support students’ academic and professional success.


Immunization Requirements

National College Health Assessment (NCHA) - Most recent report for CSU, Northridge

Questions? Please contact the Student Health Center at (818) 677-3666.

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Housing - Residential Life

Identity Theft

This disclosure certifies that the CSU, Northridge Financial Aid and Scholarships Department has systems to identify and resolve discrepancies in information received from different sources including the use of false identities. Suspected violators will be referred to the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Education.

Identify Theft - CSUN Department of Police Services

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By direction of the California State University (CSU) Chancellor, entering CSU students are required to present proof of the following immunizations to the CSU campus they will be attending before the beginning of their first term of enrollment.

  • Measles and Rubella
  • Hepatitis B
  • Meningococcal Disease Information: Each incoming freshman who will be residing in on-campus housing will be required to return a form indicating that they have received information about meningococcal disease and the availability of the vaccine to prevent contracting the disease, and indicating whether or not the student has chosen to receive the vaccination.

As explained in the University Catalog (Immunization), the above are not admission requirements, but are required of students as conditions of enrollment in CSU.

More information about immunization requirements, vaccines and the registration hold is available from the Klotz Student Health Center.

Institutional Information for CSUN

This disclosure provides general information related to CSUN including, but not limited to: cost of attendance, procedures to withdraw from school, refund policies, return of Title IV funds, academic programs, accrediting agencies, special services for students with disabilities, study abroad, and availability of employees responsible for the dissemination of this information. To request a paper copy of any disclosure, please contact the appropriate office(s) listed below.

Primary Source - University Catalog

The University Catalog, both the current and archived editions, is available online at

More specific information is available through the following web links or by calling (818) 677-1200 to connect to the desired department or office.

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Instructional Facilities

Current and prospective students and their parents can become familiar with the instructional, laboratory and physical facilities of Cal State Northridge by reviewing the following websites:

You may also be interested in taking an in-person or virtual campus tour.

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Missing Student Notification

Consistent with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), California State University has adopted policies and procedures for students who reside in on-campus housing and have been determined after an investigation by campus security officials to be missing for 24 hours. Among other provisions, the policy allows students residing in on-campus housing to designate a confidential contact to be notified if they are determined missing for more than 24 hours.

Missing Student Policy (.pdf) in Department of Police Services "AnnualSecurity Report (ASR, Clery Act)"

University Procedures for Responding to Reports of Missing Persons (.pdf) (Student Affairs)

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Mission Statement

California State University, Northridge exists to enable students to realize their educational goals. The University’s first priority is to promote the welfare and intellectual progress of students. 

For the full text, please see CSUN Mission, Values and Vision.

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Placement and Post-Graduate Study

Information on the careers, employment, wages and plans for further education of graduates of CSUN degree and certificate programs is available on the following web pages.

Job Placement of CSUN Graduates

The report “CSU, Northridge – Labor Market Outcomes” at CSUN Alumni Earnings presents:

  • Annual alumni earnings at 2, 5 and 10 years after education exit for 6 “paths” of CSUN enrollees
  • Earnings by industry 5 years after education exit for CSUN bachelor’s graduates, CSUN students who did not earn a degree from any institution, and CSUN students completing graduate programs

Data are reported as follows:

  • CSUN Graduates Employment and Earnings by Industry – In aggregate for “All University” 
  • College and Programs Earnings Reports – Disaggregated by undergraduate major and graduate program

Source of Information: The data are drawn from CSUN student records, the National Student Clearinghouse, and the California Employment Development Department (EDD) UI Base Wage file (i.e., California workers whose wages are covered by Unemployment Insurance).

Time Frames: The study includes CSUN students who entered CSUN between 1995 and 2005 as first-time freshmen, transfers, and post-baccalaureate students. Earnings are adjusted for inflation to 2012 dollars.

Methodology: See the “Introduction” at CSUN Alumni Earnings and the Center for Studies in Higher Education publication YES, BUT CAN THEY EARN A LIVING? Methods for Creating an Effective System of Measuring Labor Market Outcomes in Higher Education by Richard W. Moore, Kenneth Chapman, Bettina Huber and Mark Shors – CSHE.5.13 (April 2013). 

Graduate and Professional Education Placement for CSUN Graduates

Annual Survey of CSUN Graduating Seniors (2011 to present): A comprehensive survey of the immediate educational and employment plans of each year's baccalaureate degree recipients during their first post-graduation year.

From the survey landing page, select the appropriate tab to view:

  • Immediate Post-Graduation Plans: graduates’ immediate plans for employment, further education, volunteer work, public service, military service and/or to raise a family
  • Plans for Paid Employment: graduates’ anticipated employment sector and the certainty of their plans
  • Plans for Further Education: for respondents who intend to pursue further study, the academic discipline in which further study is planned, the highest degree planned, and the certainty of their plans

For older survey findings, timeframe and methodology, please see the legacy reports at Annual Survey of Cal State Northridge Graduates (2009 to 2013).

Additional Information

Career Resources:

  • Career Center - Offers career and placement services to students during and after their enrollment.
  • Career Placement - University Catalog policy statement
  • University Catalog - Career options are included in the academic program descriptions.

Further Education: 

Information on the types of graduate and professional education in which CSUN bachelor's degree recipients enroll is available at:

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Required Reports: Completion/Graduation, Continuation/Retention, and Transfer-Out Rates

The California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Office of Institutional Research provides information on student completion/graduation rates, continuation/retention rates, and transfer-out rates through the following resources:

  1. CSUN Counts > Standard Dashboards > "Graduation Rates"
  2. CSUN by the Numbers Legacy Reports > "Interactive Graduation and Retention"
  3. Build Your Own Reports - Degree Recipients

The interactive CSUN Counts Graduation Rates report allows users to filter the data by the following parameters:

  • Years to graduation by cohort (e.g., 6 years = 150% time)
  • Student entry level (e.g., first-time freshman)
  • Cohort period
  • College name
  • Department name
  • Gender
  • Ethnicity
  • Ethnicity group
  • Pell Grant recipient
  • Freshman athlete
  • Freshman program (e.g., Freshman Connection, EOP, and University 100 enrollments)

For more information, please contact the CSUN Office of Institutional Research.

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Social Security Number Use

The University uses the Social Security numbers of students and/or parents in accordance with federal and state regulations.

For more information, see the University Catalog policy Use of Social Security Number.

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State Law Violation Complaint Procedure

The California State University takes very seriously complaints and concerns regarding any of its campuses. Students or student applicants who have a complaint regarding CSU, Northridge may present their complaint as follows:

  1. If your complaint concerns CSU, Northridge’s compliance with academic program quality and accrediting standards, you may present your complaint to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) at WASC is the agency that accredits the CSU's academic program.
  2. If your complaint concerns an alleged violation by CSU, Northridge of a state law, including laws prohibiting fraud and false advertising, you may present your claim to Dr. William Watkins, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, who serves as the President’s designee for such matters. Dr. Watkins can be emailed at You will be provided guidance on the appropriate campus process for addressing your particular issue.

If you believe that your complaint warrants further attention after you have exhausted all the steps outlined by the president’s designee, or by WASC, you may file an appeal with the Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs at the CSU Office of the Chancellor. This procedure should not be construed to limit any right that you may have to take civil or criminal legal action to resolve your complaint.

Please see also CSUN University Catalog - Student Complaint Procedure (Complaints Regarding the CSU)

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Student Activities

Enjoy CSUN campus life, get involved in and outside of the classroom, explore opportunities, socialize, build skills, and stay healthy through the many student services and resources. Here are a few places to get started:

The University publishes campus-wide news, events, distinctions, student and faculty achievements, opportunities and student action items through electronic communications and social media such as:

Student Body Diversity

The Office of Institutional Research at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) provides a series of CSUN Counts Dashboards, including tips for navigation (.pdf). Currently there are three public dashboard categories:

  • Standard Dashboards
  • Build Your Own Reports
  • Registration Reports

These dashboards report student body diversity in terms of gender, self-identified members of ethnic groups, Federal Pell Grant recipients, and many other characteristics, including academic program, class level, attendance status, and more.

To view the characteristics of all CSUN undergraduate students as percentages:

  1. Go to Build Your Own Reports > Characteristics of All Undergraduate Students.
  2. Start by selecting what you want to see on rows and columns.
  3. Then from the “Data Type Selection” drop-down menu, choose “Percent (of Headcount).”

 For more information, please contact the CSUN Office of Institutional Research.

Teacher Preparation Programs

Teacher Preparation Programs

The Annual Report Card on California Teacher Preparation Programs, also referred to as "Title II" or the "Institutional Report Card," is mandated by Title II of the federal Higher Education Act to provide information on the quality of teacher preparation programs—including the teacher certification examination pass rate—to the U.S. Department of Education each year. Data for teacher preparation programs within the California State University, including Cal State Northridge, are prepared and reported by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) and released by October 31 each year.

For more information about CSUN's teacher preparation programs, please visit the CSUN Credential Office.

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Textbook Information

The CSUN online Schedule of Classes displays, to the maximum extent practicable, the following information for each class section: textbook title, the International Standards Book Number (ISBN), and the manufacturer's suggested retail price for required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials.

Learn more with the How To Guide View Textbooks in Class Search.

Questions? Contact the CSUN Campus Store at (818) 677-2932.

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Title IX - Prohibiting Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence

In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, California State University, Northridge prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender (or sex), gender identity (including transgender), gender expression or sexual orientation—as these terms are defined in CSU policy—in academic, educational, extracurricular, and intercollegiate athletic programs and activities. Title IX protects all people regardless of their gender, gender identity, gender expression or sexual orientation from gender discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and violence.

The University has designated a Title IX Coordinator to monitor and oversee all Title IX compliance, and to coordinate the efforts of CSUN to comply with all applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on these bases. The campus Title IX Coordinator is available to explain and discuss the right to file a criminal complaint (for example, in cases of sexual misconduct); the university’s complaint process, including the investigation process; how confidentiality is handled; available resources, both on and off campus; and other related matters. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX to university programs and activities may be referred to:

Read CSUN's policy prohibiting sex discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence at: Title IX Notice of Non-Discrimination (.pdf) and more about your rights and options, including how to help a survivor at: Title IX Rights and Options (.pdf).

Additional CSUN resources:

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Transfer of Credit Information

Cal State Northridge (CSUN) publishes policies for the transfer of credit from other institutions in the University Catalog, including:

Transferable courses are those designated for baccalaureate credit by the regionally accredited college or university offering the courses and accepted as such by the campus to which the applicant seeks admission. Review the transfer credit policy for the number of units that can be transferred to CSUN and meet degree requirements.

Specific course work transferred to CSUN graduate programs is subject to the approval of the graduate coordinator of the individual academic department offering the program and the associate vice president of the Office of Graduate Studies. Read more at Transfer Work for Graduate Programs Policy.

Articulation Agreements:

ASSIST at - Use ASSIST to see how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California public colleges and universities.

Associate Degrees for Transfer [Student Transfer Achievement Reform (STAR) Act (SB 1440)] - California Community College students who earn a verified Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) in a major that has been approved by CSUN for transfer are given priority admission consideration, junior standing at admission, and the ability to complete remaining bachelor's degree requirements within 60 semester units. Read more in the "Associate Degrees for Transfer" section of Transfer Policies of CSU Campuses.

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Voter Registration

The Office of the Secretary of State and the University are committed to making voter information forms and online registration available. For voter registration and information, visit the California Secretary of State website.

CSUN students will also find a "Voter Registration" link by logging into myNorthridge Portal and, from the Home tab in the Quick Links box, selecting SOLAR Student Center.

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Withdrawal from the Institution

Students who find it necessary to cancel their registration or to withdraw from all classes after enrolling for any academic term are required to follow the University's official withdrawal procedures. Failure to follow formal procedures may result in an obligation to pay tuition and other fees, the assignment of failing grades in all courses, and the need to apply for re-admission to the University.

Students withdrawing before or during the Late Registration Period of an academic term or semester should do so by using the online, self-service registration system before the published deadlines.


From the current University Catalog:

Change in Academic Schedule after Start of Classes (Late Add/Drop Classes)

Effects of Withdrawal on Financial Aid and Scholarships

Possible Consequences of Reducing the Number of Enrolled Units

Undergraduate Policy on Withdrawals (.pdf)

Withdrawals - Student Initiated

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