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U396A Transfer Success Seminar (1) 

Available to new transfer students only.

In this course, new transfer students are guided through their transition to CSUN and preparation for graduation and post-graduation. Students are introduced to university life, academic requirements and expectations, the structures and policies of the University, and support resources and services.

Students will learn about their academic and professional strengths and interests and the extracurricular opportunities related to their field and/or major. Other topics include effective use of professional skills and career tools. The final course project is a comprehensive action plan for timely degree completion and successful post-graduation preparation. The class includes frequent writing assignments, reflection, and learner-centered activities and discussions.


U396A Transfer Success Seminar Fall 2023 Courses

U396A Cohorts

University 396A is taught in cohorts. In order to enroll in a section, your CSUN record must reflect that you are a new transfer student for fall 2023 and a member of the section's cohort (EOP, major, or college of major). For example, you can only register for the Department of Kinesiology section if you are a new transfer student and your officially declared major is Kinesiology. Permission numbers are not required, so you may enroll on your own. If you need assistance, please contact your academic advisor or the Academic First Year Experiences office.

U396A: Transfer Success Seminar

Fall 2023 Cohorts

CohortClass #Day/Time
All Majors21263W 4-4:50
Black Excellence21332T 3:30-4:20
College of Health & Human Development21280 T 2-2:50
College of Humanities21281 T 2-2:50
College of Science & Mathematics21268 T 2-2:50 
 21269 W 4-4:50
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences21287 T 5-5:50 
 21288 W 4-4:50 
David Nazarian College of Business & Economics21270 T 3:30-4:20 
 21271 T 6-6:50 
 21272 W 12:30-1:20 
Department of Child & Adolescent Development21264T 3:30-4:20
 21265W 12:30-1:20 
Department of Criminology & Justice Studies21267T 4-4:50
Department of Kinesiology21282T 11-11:50 
Department of Psychology21286 W 5-5:50 
Department of Sociology21332 W 2:30-1:20 
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)21273 T 9:30-10:20 
 21274 T 11-11:50 
 21275T 4-4:50 
 21276 W 12:30-1:20 
 21277 W 2-2:50
 21278 W 7-7:50 
Liberal Studies Program21283 T 4-4:50 
Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, & Communication21284 W 5-5:50 



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Amoroso, Danielle

Meade, Colette

Cabbab, Ashley

Mendez, Gladys

Campbell, Lori

Perez, Melissa

Castaneda, Brisena

Pirjan, Sevet

Castro, Stephanie

Ramirez, Melva

Curry, Simone

Rosales, Rocio

Dudley, Mary

Solano Lopez, Maricela

Hackett, Malinda

Street, Michelle

Johnson, Deazell

Todd, Teri

Macaraig, Lindsey Anne