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Classes & Academic Support

Here are some important links to information about classes and academic resources:

Academic Advising and Planning

The Academic Advising and Career Education provides general advising and information on graduation requirements. Academic planning is key to the successful completion of your degree program. It is important to consult regularly with your academic department to determine major requirements.

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Career Services

The Academic Advising and Career Education provides services to help you select your major, choose a career field, develop your resume and practice interviewing for jobs.

Class Schedule

Information specific to an academic quarter such as listings of courses offered during the quarter including time, location and instructor. Also includes new course and program information, registration and waitlist procedures and schedules, fee payment information, add/drop procedures and final exam schedule.

Important Dates

Please check the current academic calendar for important dates through the quarter.

Library

The University Libraries provide online research help, research databases and electronic books, reference sources, journal articles, and streaming video which can be accessed from the Libraries’ website with a campus NetID and password.

New Student Checklist

Congratulations on your admission! This checklist is designed to help you prepare for your studies.

Register for Classes

Information on how to register for classes.

Students with Disabilities

The Student Disability Resource Center provides academic accommodations to address the individual needs of students with disabilities. These services include admissions support, alternative testing arrangements, alternative media, disability management counseling, early registration and referrals.

Study Tips

Find out hints to studying more effectively and maximizing your education.

Technical Support

Assistance is available for students with technical questions.

Tutoring

The Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA) provides tutoring for online students with assignments in writing across the curriculum. If you are taking courses online, you may want to try our online services via the SCAA’s Online Writing Lab (OWL).

Other Links

California Virtual Campus

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