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Faculty Advising Resources

PAWS / Transfer Courses: Ext. 75200 option 4

Each undergraduate student is equipped with a Program Advising Worksheet to help determine which requirements still need to be satisfied. For questions contact the Evaluations office.

Campus Procedures

Office of the Registrar

University Hall 171

  • Office of the Registrar: Ext. 77671
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    In order to change or add a major students must submit the form to the Office of the Registrar.
  • Ext. 77671.

    If your student would like to take classes at a California Community College while being enrolled as a student here at CSUSB they must complete a Concurrent Enrollment form. They can also use the Assist website to help determine equivalent courses.
  • Grade Forgiveness :

    If your student has repeated a course and would like for the first attempt to be removed from the GPA have them complete the Grade Forgiveness form. For questions call Ext. 75200 option 2
  • Graduation Requirement Check:
  • If your student believes they are close to being within one year of graduation it is important that they make plans to speak with an Evaluator about filing a Graduation Requirement Check. For questions contact Ext. 75200 option 4
  • Course Overload Permit:

    Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors without a Graduation Requirement Check on file will need to have a Course Overload Permit signed by the Dean of the College of their major in order to take more than the allotted 17 units per term. (Seniors with a Graduation Requirement Check on file can register for 19.5 units without a permit.)You can pick up the permit from the Office of the Registrar (UH 171), your department office or Advising & Academic Services (University Hall Room 380).

ADVISING AND ACADEMIC SERVICES 

University Hall 380

DEPARTMENT OF YOUR MAJOR

  • Course Substitution

    a. For courses that fall under the major please speak with the Chair of the declared major.

    b. For courses that fall under the General Education umbrella please contact the office of Advising and Academic Services (UH 380)
  • Incomplete Grade

    a. This is determined in consultation with the student's instructor. Your student must speak with them to see if they believe this is an option for them.

FINANCIAL AID

  • Satisfactory Academic Progress 

    To comply with federal and state requirements, California State University, San Bernardino established an Annual Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy. This policy applies reasonable standards for measuring whether a student, is maintaining SAP toward the completion of his/her educational objective.