Academic Advisement

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CSUN provides a wealth of academic advising services and resources for students including referrals to faculty and staff advisors in your major. These major advisors can be located at:

Domestic students can download advisement checklists for the Spring 2016 semester using the following links: First-Time Freshman Advisement Checklist and First-Time Transfer Checklist.

First-time international freshman and transfer students seek advisement from the international academic advisor for new students. For more information use the following links: First-Time International Freshman Checklist or First-Time International Transfer Student Checklist.

Continuing (2nd semester+) international students are advised by their major or program advisors. Contact information for academic departments can be located at:

Academic Advisement and registration for Spring 2016 first-time freshmen will begin on November 2, 2015. First-time freshman who have received results or are exempt from the EPT/ELM should call to schedule an advising appointment.

Contact information for academic departments can be located at:

Domestic transfer and graduate students should seek advisement in their major. Freshmen should seek advisement at the following offices:


Advising Resource Center/EOP

Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication

David Nazarian College of Business and Economics

  • Student Services Center/EOP
  • Majors:Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, and Business Administration with options in either Business Law, Global Supply Chain Management, Insurance and Financial Services, Real Estate, or Systems Operations Management
  • (818) 677-3537

Michael D. Eisner College of Education

College of Engineering and Computer Science

  • Student Services Center/EOP
  • Majors: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Technology, Computer Science, Construction Management Technology, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • (818) 677-2191

College of Health and Human Development

  • Student Services Center/EOP
  • Majors: Athletic Training, Child and Adolescent Development, Communication Disorders & Sciences, Environmental and Occupational Health, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health Administration, Kinesiology, Nursing (RN to B.S.), Public Health, Radiologic Sciences, Tourism, Hospitality, and Recreation Management
  • (818) 677-2883

College of Humanities

College of Science and Mathematics

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences