New Student Advising & Registration: Department of Theatre & Dance
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Due to the current situation with COVID-19 and in accordance with campus protocol, all components of advising will be offered online or virtually.
Below, please find the steps needed to complete your freshman & transfer student advising and registration.
You should have received an email ( in your CSUF email account ) from the Dance Coordinator, Debra Noble, with more information on how to access a Live Group Advising Session via ZOOM to receive your major advising and to discuss your academic plan. If you did not receive a Zoom invitation via email, please email Dr. Noble.
Complete four online General Education (GE) Advising Modules to learn about GE requirements and how to register for classes.
Freshmen Only: All incoming Freshmen will have a General Education Advising hold placed on their account. Complete the General Education Advising Modules at least three days before your major advising session to have your GE hold removed and be able to register for classes.
Register for General Education (GE) and major courses starting June 22 .
Step 4 (optional):
After completing Steps 1-3, if you have additional questions about GE requirements or need help registering, attend a Registration Support Drop-In Session. We limit capacity to 25 students to ensure time for questions and personalized support. There are enough sessions offered for all students to attend.
If you have additional questions regarding your major, please contact the Department of Theatre & Dance (Dance)
Freshmen Only: General Education (GE) Recommendations
Dance Students should follow the recommendations provided on the General Education Module . Students are advised to register for at least two of the Golden Four GE Areas: A.1 Oral Communication, A.2: Written Communication, A.3 Critical Thinking, and B.4 Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning.
If you run into course registration issues regarding missing pre-requisites and if you met the pre-requisites, please contact Leslie Skinner .
Swap vs. Drop
If your respective academic department pre-registered or permitted you into a class, do not drop it without consulting with an advisor. If you need to make changes to these courses, for example, change the day or time of the course, then you will need to “Swap” the course. When you go to your “Student Center” you can click on “Enroll” on the left-hand side of the page. This will take you to a new page where you can make the change. At the top of the page, there are tabs with the choices to “Add,” “Drop,” or “Swap” but you will want to select the “Swap” tab to change your course for a different day/time. Keep in mind that the option to swap a course will only be available if the course you want is still available; you cannot swap into a course that is already full. (Attachment needed)