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New International F-1 Undergraduate Student Response Questionnaire

For best placement into classes please complete the Response Questionnaire below by April 10th for first-time freshmen, June 10th for first-time transfers, or preferably within 14 days of admission. 

Important notes:

  • Students who submit this response late may be enrolled in major or general education courses offered during times/days, including weekends, that may not be satisfactory. 
  • New Fall 2020 F-1 international students may request for a change in schedule through Friday, August 28, 2020. For the full version of this practice, go to Pre-Enrollment Schedule Change Process.
  • If you are a graduate international student, a J-1 visa student, a USA citizen, or green card holder, you do not need to fill out or submit this form. Please contact your appropriate advisor.

Please enter your information and answer each question below. Your advisor will use the information you provide along with any transfer work or placement exams to try to create the best schedule possible for you. Once complete, review the acknowledgement at the end of the page and click "submit". Students only need to submit this form once.

2. Please indicate if you plan to attend CSUN beginning the semester you checked:
3. Have you already completed the "Not Anymore" workshop? (The Title IX hold will take 24 hours to be lifted once the training is complete)

If you have difficulty finding the Not Anymore (Title IX) workshop please follow the steps outlined in the Not Anymore Tutorial

4. Have you already purchased or submitted proof of your health insurance?

Health insurance is not included in the cost of tuition. If you have not purchased health insurance you must do so. For information about the health insurance specific coverage requirements and how to purchase health insurance, visit the International and Exchange Student Center (IESC). Students who do not purchase health insurance by the IESC deadline will risk being dropped from classes.

Is this a U.S. number?
12. Have you been recruited and admitted as a NCAA CSUN student athlete?
If yes, please also be in contact with the Matador Achievement Center (MAC) at 818-677-4781.
13. If you are a a sponsored student, do you authorize CSUN to speak to your embassy representative about your academic status, if needed?
14. Have you taken any placement exams (SAT, ACT, AP, IB, or A- levels)?
17. How often do you prefer to come to campus each week?
18. What time of day do you prefer to attend classes? Please check up to 3 preferences.
19. How far away will you live from campus this semester?
20. All students must complete approximately 45 units of General Education (GE) INCLUDING 9 units of upper division GE. Upper division GE are not available at community colleges and therefore still apply to transfer students. If you do not select any GE preferences an advisor will select your GE for you. Please check at least 5 GE areas of interest. GE courses do not need to be related to your major. It is not a guarantee that you will be placed into the selected courses, but we will consider these options when creating your schedule.
GE Basic Skills
GE Natural Sciences (Usually not applicable to Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, and Computer Science majors)
GE Arts (Usually not applicable to Art, Theater, or CTVA majors)
GE Humanities
GE Comparative Cultural Studies
Communication Studies
Ethnic Studies
Languages (if choosing this option, the language must be different from your native/primary language)

Statement about the Pre-enrollment Process for the FIRST semester at CSUN

I understand that I will be pre-enrolled in courses to secure at least 12 units (full-time status) for my first semester at CSUN. I understand these classes are carefully selected to meet university degree and policy requirements. I understand that due to university policy or course requirements, there may be some courses I cannot take in the first semester.  I understand that if I have questions regarding my academics I can discuss this with my international academic advisor, however schedule changes are not guaranteed. I understand that if I would like to request a schedule change I should notify my advisor as soon as possible, but no later than Friday, August 28, 2020.

Acknowledgment