First Time Freshmen Orientation and Registration Information


Note: Orientation Registration for Fall 2019 admits will be available soon. 

All First-Time-Freshmen are required to attend FReshman Orientation

Freshman Orientation  is a full-day program where you can meet fellow new students, connect with current CSUF students, faculty, and staff, receive mandatory academic advising, and register for your Fall classes. Orientation sessions last from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and you are required to attend the entirety of the program.  

Dates:

Orientation occurs during the months of June, July, and August. Specific orientation dates are assigned to students depending on their major or participation in special programs. We highly encourage you to register for a mandatory orientation session before scheduling any summer commitments, trips or vacation. 

orientation registration Instructions

In order to register for Freshman Orientation you must:

  • Login to your CSUF Student Portal and access Titan Online.
  • Follow the step-by-step instructions on how to access the Orientation Registration system and how to select a date orientation. 
  • Before registering for orientation, you must accept your offer of admission and pay the $250 enrollment deposit (if applicable). 

Once you register for orientation and select a date, you are responsible for attending on the date you have selected. If you withdraw your admissions from the University prior to attending Freshman Orientation, or cancel your  orientation registration, you are not eligible for a refund. If you are awarded a fee deferral and withdraw from the University, you will be responsible for any outstanding orientation fees that will no longer be covered by financial aid.  All orientation fees are nonrefundable.*

A How to Register for Orientation PDF Guide is also available.
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All students must register and successfully pay for an orientation session by May 1, 2019. Missing this mandatory deadline may result in the loss of your admission to CSUF.