Health and Human Development (HHD) Student Services Center/EOP is the advising center for undergraduate students enrolled in, or interested in, the College of Health and Human Development.
We are located in:
Sequoia Hall (SQ) 111
Advising is available by appointment.
How We Help You:
- personal one-on-one advising services
- academic success workshops
- transitional academic programs for first-time freshmen and first-time transfer students
- college-based academic advisement services
- recruitment and retention services for students
- assistance with adding and dropping classes
- financial-aid reinstatement
- access to financial assistance to those who qualify
- academic reinstatement
- university petitions
- faculty mentoring program
How do I know what classes I should take and how do I make an academic plan?
Use the Self-Serve Degree Progress Report (DPR)/Planner on your portal.
You must bring your Degree Progress Report (DPR)/Planner to your advising appointment.
- First Time Freshmen (accepted to CSUN but not yet enrolled) – Follow the instructions on the Undergraduate Studies website to become eligible for CSUN Fall class registration. Once eligible, mandatory registration workshops begin in April.
- Second Semester Continuing Freshmen – call in October regarding mandatory advising workshops
- Freshmen and Sophomores – Lower Division (100 & 200 level) classes, General Education classes
- Juniors and Seniors – General Education
- Upper Division (300 – 400 level) Major Classes
- Faculty Mentoring and Professional Development
About Us: The EOP has a 45 year history of improving access and retention of historically low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. EOP students have the potential and demonstrated motivation to perform satisfactorily at a CSU, but may not have been able to realize their fullest potential because of economic or educational backgrounds.
Early Start supports student success! As policy across the CSU, Early Start requires incoming freshmen/first-year students who do not demonstrate readiness for college-level math and/or writing to begin remediation during the summer before enrolling in the CSU.
The goals of Early Start are to better prepare students in math and writing before their first semester and thereby improve their chances of completing a college degree.
Steps to Graduation:
Welcome to the College of Health and Human Development
If you are interested in pursuing a professional career focused on promoting and improving the health and well-being of individuals, families and the community, you have come to the right place. Our nine academic departments offer a variety of options/programs that prepare students for a wide range of rewarding and dynamic professional careers and areas of study.
To achieve your goal of attaining a successful and satisfying professional career, you need to start with a major that matches your talents and personality. Making a smart, informed choice about your major will help you progress through an appropriate program and graduate in a timely manner.
As you embark on your academic journey, know that we in the HHD Student Services Center/EOP are here to assist and guide you and to answer your questions. We take pride in providing a collaborative and holistic approach to advisement. We believe that each of us plays a significant role in this relationship and the role you play is key to your success. In other words, actively engage in your academic process by seeking advisement from the Health and Human Development Student Services Center and in your major. Ask questions, make informed choices, and study hard. We look forward to meeting and working with you.