College of Communications
Student Sucess Center
The College of Communications Student Success Center is currently operating virtually to provide academic advisement services for undergraduate students. Please refer to CSUF's coronavirus (COVID-19) page for campus information and updates.
To help us assist you most efficiently, please do not send duplicate messages to multiple e-mail addresses.
E-mail email@example.com with your CWID (campus-wide ID number), first and last name, and major. Please be as detailed as you can with your questions; an advisor will respond to you within 48 hours.
Graduating students for fall 2020 or spring/summer 2021 should e-mail Tammy Rogers (firstname.lastname@example.org) with graduation-related questions, grad date change requests, etc.
Freshmen and sophomores (0-59 units earned) should e-mail Axis Avalos (email@example.com).
Advising Updates | October 2020
Virtual Advising Appointments
All advising services will be facilitated virtually through e-mail and virtual (phone or Zoom) advising appointments.
Click the "Book Appointment" button below to schedule a 25-minute advising appointment:
Your advisor will contact you at the phone number provided (or will send you a Zoom link) and may also contact you with information; check your e-mail prior to your appointment for possible follow-up information. If you have a preference for phone or Zoom, let your advisor know in the optional "comments" section when booking your appointment. Appointment availability is scheduled up to two weeks in advance.
Fall 2020 Registration
Please refer to the Fall 2020 Registration Guide for important deadlines and details.
Fall 2020 Withdraw Procedures and Deadlines
Withdrawal ('W') procedures (September 9 - November 13): The "Request to Withdraw" process is now facilitated through an online withdraw request form (it is no longer on a paper form). Review the instructions on how to complete the online withdraw request form 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 eligibility , including Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) . Students with questions about this should consult the Office of Financial Aid prior to withdrawing.
Students Placed On Academic Probation after Fall 2020
Please click here for important advising information for students who have been placed on academic probation after Fall 2020.