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The Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication (MCCAMC) Advisement Grid

SPRING 2021 – Subject to change on a semester basis

A student in the College will be subject to one of two advisement situations each semester: 1) Advisement Required (Registration Advisement Hold) or 2) Advisement Recommended (No Advisement Hold). Students who have Required Advisement must complete advisement to be eligible to register in the following semester. Students who have Recommended Advisement are encouraged to seek advisement but will be allowed to register without having been advised. Whether a student is required to receive advisement depends on major, academic status (probation or non-probation), and whether or not the student is part of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Star Act/CA Promise or part of an Academic Success Advisement Campaign (AM-ASC).

Within MCCAMC, there are two main advisement outlets: 1) The MCCAMC Student Resource Center & EOP Satellite (SRC/EOP) and 2) the major department. Each department provides to its students individual advisement on course curriculum and selection as well as information on career development. The SRC/EOP provides supplemental General Education and holistic academic advisement for a special caseload of continuing students in good standing during the middle of each semester. This helps students gain an understanding of the various aspects of the degree process and how to advance towards graduation.

This semester, EOP 2ND Semester Freshmen, Probation, Academic Performance Agreement (APA) and all other EOP students are required to see an advisor in the SRC/EOP (refer to grid below for “Req.”) First Time Transfers (FTT*- highly recrefer to information under the New Student Welcome Letter link). If required by their major, these students may also need to seek advisement through their major department BEFORE meeting with an SRC/EOP Advisor (unless special arrangements were made). Students not required to seek advisement in the SRC/EOP, but wish to utilize their services, should plan to meet with an advisor during the months of September, and mid-January through mid-March (contact the Center regarding other available periods). Note: 2nd. Semester Freshmen are being advised by the HUB team (unless, referred to the Center. If so, refer to HUB email with instructions).

The following graph is an EXAMPLE of how advisement is provided through MCCAMC. Use the graph below to identify if you need to meet with your major department and/or the SRC/EOP Satellite prior to planning your SPRING 2021 registration semester. NOTE: Rec. = Recommended, Req. = Required.

Student Level (units earned)ARTCOMSCTVAJOURNALISMMUSICTHEATRE
 EOP First Time Freshmen (FTF) (SRC/EOP Req.).SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. 
 2nd Semester Freshmen Referred by the HUB (refer to email from SRC/EOP with instructions) SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req.SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req. SRC/EOP Req.
 Continuing Students with less than 59 units (if referred by the HUB) – not on probation or APA or EOPMajor Rec. Major Rec. Major Rec.Major Rec.Major Rec. Major Rec. 
 Continuing Students with 60+ units (not on probation or APA or EOP)Major Rec.Major Rec.Major Rec.Major Rec.Major Rec.Major Rec.
 First Time Transfers (FTT * - refer to New Student Welcome Letter link - page 8)SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec. SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.
 EOP Continuing Students (not on probation or APA, regardless of units)SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.
 Probation Students (regardless of units & those referred by the HUB)SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.
 Acad. Performance Agreement (APA) (regardless of units)SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec. SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.
 Disqualified or EO 665 Stop Out Students (nonmatriculating regardless of units)SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec. SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec.SRC/EOP Rec. & Major Rec. 

MCCAMC Student Resource Center & EOP website: www.csun.edu/mccamc/srceop. Location/Telephone: NH 135 - 818.677.2024

New Student Welcome Letter link: www.csun.edu/mike-curb-arts-media-communication/new-student . Click (EOP Freshmen or Transfer Welcome Letter)

For MCCAMC 4-5 Year Degree Graduation Plans go directly to: www.csun.edu/catalog/plan/