If you’re a faculty member at CSUN and you’re looking for information on grade appeals, academic policies or other guidelines, simply select one of the headings below for a detailed list of links and documents.
Academic Grievance and Grade Appeal
Deans and associate deans
Dean or dean designee response to student complaint form
Forms for activities requiring approval
Your club or organization may plan various types of events and activities. To plan an event, check the procedures, obtain authorization, familiarize yourself with the university’s policies, reserve a facility and apply for required permits. Visit the Permits and Policies page and select the Event Planning Permits and Policies section for more information.
Marketing and Advertising
To access the permits and forms for marketing and advertising activities on campus, visit the Permits and Policies page and select the Marketing and Advertising Permits and Policies section.
Activity-related service providers
Disability Resources and Educational Services
Parking Services special event planning work sheet
Intercultural learning opportunities (DIG LA)
Instructionally related activities
Maintaining an environment conducive to learning
Campus Space Reservations
If you’re planning to hold an activity or event on campus, you will need to reserve the location in advance through the Matador Involvement Center. Facilities include University Student Union, Plaza del Sol Performance Hall, athletic facilities, Magnolia Walk, Matador Square, Sierra Center, University Club and Valley Performing Arts Center. To make reservations, visit the Permits and Policies page and select the expandable Event Planning Permits and Policies tab for a list of relevant forms.
Career Center and Conference Housing
Health, Wellness and Medical Withdrawals
Health Presentations and Outreach
Health Services for Faculty and Staff
Student Conduct and Discipline
CSUN discipline procedure flowchart
Executive Order 1098, Student Conduct Procedures
Faculty policy on academic dishonesty
Guidelines for dealing with disruptive students