Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, please send an email to our Director/Chair, Dr. Khalil Dajani at Khalil.Dajani@csusb.edu, requesting an advisor change along with a brief explanation as to why you would like to change your CSE advisor
The best way to contact your advisor regarding classes, credits, PAWS Reports, etc., is to email them directly. The CSE office is unable to schedule an appointment with your CSE advisor, so it is strongly encouraged to email your advisor first. All CSE faculty and staff have their email addresses listed on the CSE website under the Faculty and Staff tab.
You must reach out to your CSE faculty advisor in order to have the hold removed. The CSE office cannot remove the hold without your advisor’s permission.
You must obtain permission from the instructor who will be teaching that specific course. You may do this by filling out a permission request form which can be located online on the Office of the Registrar’s website. Please scroll until you find the Permission Request section. Once there, it will provide you with a step by step tutorial on how to fill out the form. It is up to the instructor whether or not you may enroll into the class, the CSE office cannot enroll you without the instructor’s permission.
Please direct this question to your CSE faculty advisor. They have access to your PAWS Report and should be able to help you.
Add yourself to the course’s waitlist if it is not already full. If the waitlist is full, you may reach out to the instructor to see about adding the class. It is up to the instructor as to how many students are able to enroll in their class. The CSE office cannot enroll you into a class without permission from the instructor.
Unfortunately, the CSE office does not have access to this information.
- If you are an Undergraduate student, please reach out to the Admissions office at (909) 537-5188.
- If you are an International student please reach out to (909) 537-5193.
- If you are a Graduate student, please email Dr. Ronald Salloum at Ronald.Salloum@csusb.edu.
In your MyCoyote, under My Academics there will be a tile that says Permission Request. Create a new request and follow along with the prompt to submit your permission request form. Please be patient as the appropriate parties will need to review your request and either approve or deny. Once approved, you may enroll in the course.