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.
Thank you for taking these important steps to address your Academic Notice standing.
Academic Notice Requirements
1. RESET Course
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.
*PLEASE NOTE: Students placed on Academic Notice or Continued Notice who have chosen to stop out for the current semester (not enrolled in any courses) will not be required to complete RESET until they return for the following semester (ex: if you are taking a stop out for spring, you will be required to complete RESET if/when you enroll into courses for the fall).
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 check out the list of Academic Notice Contacts below.
Any students who do not complete RESET requirements by the established due date may receive an Academic Notice registration hold. This hold will remain until students complete all RESET requirements and any additional advising requirements established by their college and/or major department. Incomplete requirements will result in future course registration delays.
If you're unsure of your College, search by your major
|College||Academic Notice Advising||College Academic Notice Website||Contact for Academic Notice|
|College of the Arts||Required||COTA||
|College of Business and Economics||Optional||CBE||Business Advising Center|
|College of Communications||Required||CCOM||
Freshmen & Sophomores: Axis Avalos
Juniors (60-84 units)
Juniors (85-89 units) & Seniors
Connie Chen or
|College of Engineering and Computer Science||Required||ECS||
Freshmen & Sophomores
Juniors & Seniors
|College of Health and Human Development||Required for Academic Notice
Optional for Continued Notice
|College of Humanities and Social Sciences||Optional for most
*If required, you will recieve an email from the college
Freshmen, Sophomores, & Seniors
Both can be reached at email@example.com
|College of Natural Science and Mathematics||Required||NSM||
Freshmen & Sophomores
Juniors & Seniors
|Undeclared (no declared major)||Required||
Majors include: Cinema and Television Arts, Communications, Communication Studies, Communicative Disorders
ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
Majors include: Civil Engineering, Computer Engeneering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Majors include: Child and Adolescent Studies, Health Science, Human Services, Athletic Training, Kinesiology, Nursing
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Majors include: Ethnic Studies (African American Studies, Asian American Studies, Chicano and Chicana Studies) ; American Studies; Anthropology; Religious Studies; Criminal Justice; Comparative Literature; English; European Studies; Geography; History; Latin American Studies; Liberal Studies; Linguistics; French; Japanese; Spanish; Philosophy; Philosophy, Social, Moral, and Legal Philosophy for the Professions Concentration; Political Science; Psychology; Public Administration; Sociology; Women and Gender Studies
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Majors include: Business Administration, Economics, International Business
NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS
Majors include: Biological Science, Chemistry (BA and BS), Biochemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Mathematics, Physics