Academic Notice

Students are placed on Academic Notice/Continued Notice when their Cal State Fullerton (CSUF) and/or Cumulative GPA(s) fall or remain below a 2.0 (“C” average).

 

To help students regain good academic standing and achieve academic success, all students placed on Academic Notice/Continued Notice are required to participate in the RESET course experience through Canvas. The RESET course is mandatory for all students who are placed on Academic Notice or Continued Notice at the end of Fall and/or Spring semesters. All Notice students will be automatically added to the course after academic standing is determined.

 

RESET is designed to help students assess their current success strategies and reset as needed. After completing RESET requirements, students will better understand Academic Notice/Continued Notice, be aware of important University policies, better navigate academic and student wellness resources, utilize the GPA Calculator tool as needed, and update their strategies for academic improvement.

 

There are five (5) required RESET tasks with corresponding learning activities to review the aforementioned topics. Learning activities help check for understanding and allow students to briefly reflect upon factors which may have contributed to their placement on Academic Notice or Continued Notice. Be sure to take notes throughout the RESET experience to keep yourself well informed about resources, policies, tips, and reminders. All tasks and learning activities must be completed by no later than the established dates listed in the course. Students are welcome to complete the tasks sooner, if desired. The RESET course is NOT graded and NOT credit-bearing.

 

Please note that some academic colleges will require academic advising in addition to RESET. Check your CSUF email regularly for more information from your college and/or major department, and checkout the Student Success Initiative website for your Student Success Team’s details.

 

Any students who do not complete RESET requirements by the established due date will receive an Academic Notice registration hold. This hold will remain until students complete all RESET requirements and any additional requirements established by their college and/or major department. Incomplete requirements will result in future course registration delays.

 

To ensure an Academic Notice Hold is not placed on your record or is released before next semester’s course registration period, review the below information and complete the steps:

  1. During the second week of January, you will be added to the RESET course. At that time, you will receive an email notification from CANVAS to accept your RESET course invitation. Click on the “Accept Invitation” link in that email or log into your Canvas account through your Student Portal and accept the course invitation there.
  2. You can begin accessing course materials on the first day of the semester. Click on the RESET course icon on your Dashboard and complete all requirements as instructed. Take note of the RESET course “to-do list” dates as a guide to completing tasks within a timely manner.
  3. Continue checking your CSUF email and/or visit your Student Success Team’s website for more information about any additional advising requirements. Complete advising requirements accordingly.

Important Campus Resources:

Campus Resource links and instagram
Campus Resources Website Links: Instagram
Academic Advising Center (AAC)(GE Advising, understanding TDA, major exploration, discuss overall graduation requirements) Go to AAC Website @csufaac
Adult Reentry & Parenting Student Programs (Adult Learners) Go to WARC Website @csuf_warc
A-Z Index for CSUF Website (Find any department on campus) Visit the list of all CSUF websites  
Career Center (Explore career pathways, internships, jobs, career fairs, etc.) Go to Career Center Website @csufcareer
Catalog (Find different majors, course descriptions, and academic policies) Visit University catalog  
Clubs and Organizations
(Log into TitanLink to view full list)
Go to SLL Website @csufsll
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
(Mental wellness - individual and group counseling)
Go to CAPS Website

(24/7 Crisis Counselor: 657-278-3040)
@csufcaps
Disability Support Services (DSS) (Accommodations, accessibility, notetaking, general assistance) Go to DSS Website @csuf_dss
Diversity Initiatives and Resource Centers (Ethnic and Identity Centers: AARC, APARC, LGBTQRC, LCRC, and TDRC) Go to DIRC Website DIRC - @csufdirc
AARC - @csufaarc
APARC - @csufaparc
LCRC - @lcrc_csuf
LGBTQRC - @lgbtq.csuf
TDRC - @csuf_tdrc
Financial Aid (FAFSA - Loans, Grants, Scholarships) Go to Financial Aid Website @csuf_officeoffinancialaid
GPA Calculator (Explore what-if grade scenarios) Calculate GPA  
Library (Pollak Library) (Hours of operation, research assistance, books/media) Go to the Library Website @pollaklibrary
Major Advising (search for department website) Visit Major Department List  
Registration & Records (University Policies, Forms, Student Records) Visit Registration and Records  
Registration Guide(Semester deadlines and important dates) Go to Registration Guide Website  
Student Business Services (Tuition, Fees, Payments, TIPP) Go to the SBS Website @csufsbs
Student Success Centers (Advisors, Retention Specialists, Graduation Specialists, and College Career Specialists) Go to SSC Website COTA - @cotassc CBE - @csufbusiness COMM - @commcsuf ECS - @csufecs HHD - @csufhhd_ssc HSS – @csuf_hss_success NSM – @nsm_ssc UNDC - @csuf_aac
Student Health & Wellness (Physical and Mental Health) Go to Student Wellness Website @titanwell
Tuffy's Basic Needs Services Center(Identifies and serves students who are experiencing an unforeseen hardship, emergency, crisis, or catastrophic life event) Visit Tuffy's Basic Needs  
Tutoring (Also check with your major college for additional tutoring services) Go to University Learning Center (ULC)
Go to The Writing Center Website Go to the Math Tutoring Website Visit Student Success Center
ULC - @csuf_ulc Writing - @csufwritingcenter Math: @nsm_ssc
Veterans Resource Center (VRC) (Services to military-connected students that support personal, academic, and professional success) Go to the VRC Website @csufvrc
WoMen's Center (educating on issues of gender and social equity through a feminist lens, support services, leadership opportunities, educational programs and advocacy) Go to the WoMen's center website @csuf_warc