Academic Probation

To help you regain good academic standing and achieve academic success, please select one of the following mandatory tutorials to view. The video tutorial will answer most of your probation questions and provide immediate action steps for you to take to get back on track.

In compliance with University Policy 300.002, a REGISTRATION HOLD will be placed on all Cal State Fullerton students on academic probation and you are required to see an advisor before you can register. Academic Advisement is committed to supporting you along your journey to academic success. To ensure your Registration Hold is removed and you are prepared to meet with your advisors, complete the following steps.

DECLARED STUDENTS: Complete the Mandatory Probation Tutorial (shown below) and schedule an advising appointment with the appropriate academic advisor in your major. If you are a declared major, your hold can only be removed by your Major Department. However, if you have questions regarding Academic Probation, you are welcome to visit the Academic Advisement Center (UH 123B)

UNDECLARED STUDENTS: Complete the Mandatory Probation Tutorial (shown above) and then visit the Academic Advisement Center in University Hall 123B. Advising will be done on a walk-in basis only and you must bring a recent copy of your Titan Degree Audit and completed worksheet.

To begin a tutorial, click the most appropriate one for you:

  1. Academic Probation Tutorial for First Time Freshmen
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    This tutorial is designed for students who were admitted as a freshman at CSUF, and have been placed on Academic Probation after their very first semester.
  2. Academic Probation Tutorial for Transfer StudentsOpens in new window
    This tutorial is designed for students who were admitted as a transfer student at CSUF, and have been placed on Academic Probation.
  3. Academic Probation Tutorial for ALL other studentsOpens in new window
    This tutorial is designed for students who were originally admitted as a freshman at CSUF, and have been placed on Academic Probation after any given semester.