Academic Probation Advising

We are here to help you succeed if you have been placed on academic probation and have a registration hold. You must see the appropriate advisor in the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center before you can register for classes.

If you were placed on academic probation, find the appropriate category for you below; watch the probation tutorial and follow the instructions. If you have any questions, please contact the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center, collcommadvising@fullerton.edu, or 657-278-4926.

First-Time Freshmen on Probation

(*after First Fall semester only*)

  1. Video: Academic Probation Tutorial for First-Time FreshmenOpens in new window
  2. Workshop: The "Academic Success Institute" will send you an e-mail with instructions to sign up for a mandatory in-person workshop in January, including assignments to complete and bring with you.
  3. Advising: Sign up for, and participate in, a January small-group advising session; instructions will be provided at the workshop.



Transfer Students on Probation

  1. Video: Academic Probation Tutorial for Transfer Students
  2. Worksheet: Complete the Academic Probation Worksheet provided at the end of the online tutorial, and bring it to your advising appointment.
  3. Advising: Schedule an appointment or walk-in for advising at the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center, CP-650-26.

    Visit Advising and Student Success Center to view walk-in advising hours.

    To schedule an appointment online (click on “Book Appointment”, then select “Academic Advising for Probation Holds”).

All Other Students on Probation

  1. Video: Academic Probation Tutorial for ALL Other students
  2. Worksheet: Complete the Academic Probation Worksheet provided at the end of the online tutorial and bring it to your advising appointment.
  3. Advising: Schedule an appointment or walk-in for advising at the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center, CP-650-26.

    Visit Advising and Student Success Center to view walk-in advising hours.

    To schedule an appointment online (click on “Book Appointment”, then select “Academic Advising for Probation Holds”).