College of Communications

Student Success Center

Advising Updates | February 2020

Campus closure notification: Fri., Feb. 21

The campus will be closed on Fri., Feb. 21 in observance of Presidents' Day.

Spring 2020 Semester: Important Dates

Please refer to the Spring 2020 academic calendar and Spring 2020 Registration GuidePDF File Opens in new window for important add/drop deadlines.

Students Placed On Academic Probation after Fall 2019

Please click here for important advising information for students who have been placed on academic probation after fall 2019.

Withdraw Procedures and Deadlines

Wtihdrawal ('W') procedures (February 5-April 17): The "Request to Withdraw" process is now facilitated through an online withdraw request formOpens in new window (it is no longer on a paper form). Review the instructions on how to complete the online withdraw request formOpens in new window form prior to submitting the form.

Students are encouraged to speak with an advisor prior to submitting a withdraw request, should they have questions about withdraw unit limits, minimum passing grades for specific courses, potential graduation impact, etc.

Additionally, financial aid recipients should be aware that withdrawing from courses could impact financial aid eligibilityOpens in new window , including Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)Opens in new window . Students with questions about this should consult the Office of Financial Aid prior to withdrawing.

Contact Us!

Office Location:
College Park 210  | map

Phone:
(657) 278-4926

E-mail:
collcommadvising@fullerton.edu

What Services do we offer?

The College of Communications Student Success Center supports undergraduate students with the following services:

  • Academic advising for General Education (GE), major, minor, and certificate requirements, as well as academic probation advising
  • Titan Degree Audit (TDA) reviews and course adjustments
  • Class registration support and assistance
  • Graduation advising and candidacy approvals for communications, communication studies, and cinema and television arts majors
  • Referrals to the appropriate campus support services and resources
  • Weekly, drop-in career and internship advisement hours hosted by our college career specialist (fall and spring only) and faculty internship coordinator (coming soon!)
  • Information regarding student involvement and leadership opportunities (including campus and college-based student organizationsOpens in new window ) and campus and department scholarship opportunitiesOpens in new window
  • Student computer and printing station

College of Communications

Student Success Center

Spring 2020 | Academic ADVISING HOURS

We offer both walk-in advising hours (no appointment needed) and appointment-only advising hours:

Walk-in Advising Hours
(no appointment needed)
Appointment-Only Advising Hours
(book an appointment online, up to two weeks in advance)
Monday 1:00pm to 4:30pm Monday 8:00am to 11:30am
Tuesday 1:00pm to 5:30pm Tuesday 8:00am to 11:30am
Wednesday 8:00am to 11:30am Wednesday 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Thursday 8:00am to 11:30am Thursday 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Friday Not Available (Appt. Only) Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

*Temporary changes to these office hours will be posted outside CP‐210.

*Please bring a current, printed (or electronic) copy of your Titan Degree Audit (TDA) with you to your advising session, or at minimum, review your TDA prior to coming in.


During non-registration periods, undergraduate students may either pre-schedule an advising appointment online, or stop by for a walk-in advising session:

Option 1: Schedule an advising appointment online

Click the "Book Appointment" button below to schedule a 25-minute advising appointment:

Book an advising appointment with the College of Communications Student Success Center Opens in new window

Appointment availability is scheduled up to two weeks in advance.

Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. If you arrive late for your appointment, you may not have sufficient time with the adviser, and you may be asked to reschedule.

Option 2: Visit during our walk-in advising hours (no appointments needed)

You may also stop by for advising during our designated walk-in hours, when appointments are not necessary.


During fall and spring registration periods (April and November): The Advising Center becomes very busy during fall and spring registration and NO advising appointments will be available. During these periods, advising will be on a walk-in basis only. Therefore, please arrive at least one to two hours before our posted closing times to ensure we will be able to assist you.

To reduce potential wait times during registration, we strongly recommend visiting our office for advising before registration begins (February-March and September-October are ideal!).