Our mission is to work in a collaborative partnership with students, a shared responsibility, where the advisor and student are equally invested in the educational process and holistic development of the student.
Advising by College
You can also search for advising by college: Communications, Engineering and Computer Science, Education, Health and Human Development, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Mihaylo College of Business and Economics (undergraduate and graduate students).
The Adult Reentry Center at Cal State Fullerton is dedicated to the academic success of all adult learners. Our mission is to provide support services to prospective and current students who have multiple responsibilities outside the role of a student. We serve as a resource in providing an engaging environment for adult learners to thrive and achieve within the university setting.
Athletics Academic Services works closely with faculty, coaches and other student support services to ensure the academic success of Titan student-athletes.
The Career Center assists students seeking career advice, job and internship opportunities, resume writing tips, interview practice career exploration and more.
The Center for Academic Support in Engineering and Computer Science (CASECS) is an academic support program designed to recruit, retain and graduate students. CASECS serves educationally disadvantage students, to the extent possible by law, emphasizes participation by students from groups with low eligibility rates for four-year colleges.
The Center for Careers in Teaching is an undergraduate academic advising center specifically for future teachers. Our mission is to streamline the process to a career in education by recommending the specific classes and experience needed to prepare for a teaching credential program.
Statistics comparing the achievement of EOP students with similar non-EOP students reveal that EOP students are much more likely to stay in college and earn a bachelor’s degree.
Cal State Fullerton offers excellent opportunities for students to pursue a graduate degree and attain their personal and professional goals.
Guardian Scholars serves as a resource for young adults by assisting in their development and equipping them with the educational and interpersonal skills necessary to become self-supporting, community leaders, role models, and competent professionals in their selected fields.
The HPAO has helped hundreds of students gain admission to health professions schools. Our students have gained entry into some of the nation’s most prestigious schools including Harvard, Stanford, John Hopkins Albert Einstein College of Medicine, as well as all of the UC campuses. We hope that you can become a piece of our history while embarking on your lifelong dream of becoming a health professional.
The Intensive Learning Experience (ILE) program is designed not only to monitor the progress of students in fulfilling remedial compliance requirements, but to also to help students make successful progress in fulfilling the requirements for graduation via intensive counseling and academic advising.
Our office provides information and assistance to (i) F-1 or J-1 international students attending Cal State Fullerton; (ii) CSUF students planning to study abroad; and (iii) exchange visitors including research scholars and visiting professors. Our website includes resources, such as, arriving to CSUF, travelling overseas, employment, health insurance, scholarships, maintaining F-1 or J-1 visa statuses, letters and forms, and much more.
The McNair Scholars Program, named for astronaut and Challenger space shuttle crew member, Dr. Ronald E. McNair, encourages students to pursue graduate studies. The program provides opportunities to define goals, engage in research, and develop the skills and student/faculty mentor relationships critical to success at the doctoral level.
The Mentoring Network Program for Black Student Success (MNPBSS) seeks to improve the rate at which Black youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. Through the use of a peer mentor network, Black students at local high schools build self-esteem, acquire greater commitment to academic success and expand their career aspirations by interacting with Black CSUF students who serve as their mentors.
The President’s Scholars Program sets high standards for students who expect to be challenged.
Project Reclaim serves as one of the primary vehicles for California State University, Fullerton in increasing the identification, recruitment, access and eventual academic retention and success of African American males.
The Student Academic Services unit provides activities and services which actively support CSUF missions by promoting the development of the whole student - academically, intellectually, and socially.
The program employs a unique approach to serving 'at-risk' students which is based on an extended family model in helping students to achieve integrated academic and social success thereby improving student retention.
The Student Handbook and Planner is intended to provide information about the university and serve as a resource during your educational journey at Cal State Fullerton. Included are relevant university policies and procedures and information on how to participate in campus life.
With thousands of study abroad programs, it can seem overwhelming to narrow down program choices. The Study Abroad Office can help guide students to programs based on the following factors:Academics, Finances, and Personal Guidance.
Ours is a 24 unit academic program with honors seminars that meet university general education requirements. In small classes, honors students are encouraged to challenge themselves, their peers, and their professors.