Academic Disqualification Tutorial
- All disqualified students must complete the following Disqualification Tutorial
before they can schedule an advising appointment.
- The tutorial includes all of the information you need to understand your options
after being academically disqualified from CSUF.
- You are no longer considered an "admitted/matriculated student" after being
academically disqualified from CSUF.
- A short quiz will be given after every section to track your progress.
Steps for Regaining Good Academic Standing and Readmission to the University:-
"Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be." - John Wooden
- STEP 1: Before getting started and proceeding through this process, take a moment to reflect upon your experience as a student. Assess your individual goals. Do you want to earn a degree from CSUF? What changes can be made that will promote a positive outcome? Are you committed to making the changes necessary to become academically successful?
- STEP 2: Evaluate the primary reasons leading to your Academic Disqualification. Once your individual challenges have been identified, develop a specific plan that will allow you to raise your GPA, make sufficient progress towards a degree, and return to CSUF!
- STEP 3: Academic Advisement is committed to providing you with the information and guidance necessary for you to get back on track. In order to attend the Academic Support Disqualification Workshop or meet with an advisor, you MUST complete the Disqualification Tutorial After submitting your tutorial quiz results, you MUST also print and fill out your Academic Disqualification worksheet
STEP 4: Attend an Academic Support Disqualification Workshop with an advisor. The following items are REQUIRED:
- Copy of Unofficial Transcripts (located in Student Center).
- Current Printed Titan Degree Audit.
- Completed Academic Disqualification Worksheet.
During your appointment, in collaboration with your advisor, you will review your individual academic plan to efficiently repair your GPA, make degree progress, and become eligible for readmission. Keep in mind when creating your plan, ONLY the first 24 units earned through Open University will count towards your degree.
STEP 5: Attend the Disqualification Workshop or advising session. The primary focus of your individual session will be to review your plan of action, readmission procedures, and registering through Open University. This is a shared responsibility between you, the student, and the advisor.
ALL materials are required to either attend the mandatory workshop for newly Disqualified students or meet with an advisor for all previously disqualified students.
Undergraduates on academic probation are subject to disqualification if their CSUF or total grade point averages fall below one of the following levels of disqualification.
The information above is defined in The California State University, Chancellor's Order number 823.
90 or more
30 - 59
0 - 29
Appointments for Previously Disqualified Students and for those Students Unable to Schedule an Appointment Online
- Previously disqualified students may make appointments directly with either
advisor. Contact either by email or office phone. Please provide name, CWID and
a phone contact in your request.
- You must first complete the disqualification tutorial prior to making any advising appointment for the first time.
Before you start the tutorial you need to first log on to your Student Portal and print your Titan Degree Audit (TDA) and Unofficial Transcripts from your Student Center. You will review these important documents as you complete the Disqualification Tutorial, and you must also bring them with you to the Disqualification Appointment.
Please Click Here to view instructions for printing your TDA and transcript.
Please Click Here to access the
- Both advisors are available to sign Open University forms for all disqualified
students on an as-needed basis during their stated office hours. Please check
their availability before coming to campus. An approval from an advisor is
required each semester you take class(es) through Open University enrollment.
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