Students interested in finding out more information about attending CSUN may contact the Office of Outreach & Recruitment. Please visit www.assist.org for business courses you may complete at your community college.
Making an Advisement Appointment
CSUN Students Interested in Nazarian College Majors
To explore majors and minors offered by Nazarian College of Business and Economics, please review the Degree Planners and Advisement Sheets. CSUN students thinking about changing their major to business must first complete the Nazarian College Overview Online Workshop. Upon successfully completion of the online Overview Workshop, please call 818-677-3537 to schedule an advisement appointment.
EOP students may schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor by calling 818-677-3537.
Nazarian College students in good standing who are NOT enrolled in BUS 302/L may seek advisement by calling 818-677-3537 to schedule an appointment.
Upper Division Continuing Students
Nazarian College students in good standing who are enrolled or who have completed their BUS 302/L may meet with their Upper Division Mentor for advisement.
To meet with their Upper Division Mentor, Economics majors must first complete their lower division Economics core, be in good standing and complete 60 units.
For more information on how to schedule an appointment, refer to the Upper Division Mentor Information Sheet.
Nazarian College Students
Students will have a registration hold during the semester immediately following placement on probation and each fall and spring semester thereafter while on probation. Prior to registration, business majors must complete the Probation Online Workshop and then schedule an appointment with an advisor by calling 818-677-3537. Prior to the advisement appointment, please complete the Student Success Self-Assessment form and bring it to your advisement appointment. The registration hold will be removed once the student has been advised.
Students not currently majoring in Business
- Among other requirements, in order to declare a major in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, students must have at least a 2.0 CSUN and Total GPAs. To explore majors offered by Nazarian College of Business and Economics, please review the Degree Planners and Advisement Sheets. Academic Advisors are unable to remove probation holds for students who are not declared Business majors. Students wishing to meet with an academic advisor must first complete the Nazarian College Overview and Probation Online Workshops. Upon successful completion of the two online workshops, please call 818-677-3537 to schedule an advisement appointment.
Previously disqualified students will be required to complete the Disqualification Online Workshop successfully prior to meeting with an advisor. To schedule an appointment with an advisor once the workshop is completed, please call 818-677-3537.
Academic Performance Agreement (APA)
Previously Disqualified students who have been readmitted to CSUN will be required to meet with a Nazarian College Academic Advisor until both their CSUN and total GPAs are at least a 2.0. Please call 818-677-3537 to schedule an advisement appointment.
Academic advisement is mandatory for all first-time freshmen prior to registration. As soon as you are admitted to CSUN, please be sure to check your CSUN email regularly and your Portal account to ensure that you do not miss any important registration information.
The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics Student Services Center and EOP satellite advises first-time freshmen who are admitted to the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). If you have been admitted to EOP, please contact us at (818) 677-3537 for more information about scheduling your mandatory academic advising appointment.
All other freshmen will schedule their mandatory advisement sessions with the Matador Advising Hub.
To ensure your success, advisement is highly recommended prior to registration for all incoming transfer students. To begin the advisement process, please complete the Online Overview Workshop (Newly Admitted Transfer Students for Fall 2019).
Long Distance Advisement for Transfers: We provide Long Distance advisement for students living more than two hours away. To assist you, we ask that you first complete the Online Overview Workshop (Newly Admitted Transfer Students for Fall 2019). At the conclusion of the workshop, please call our office at 818-677-3537 to schedule a Long Distance Advisement appointment.