Assist students interested in noncredit classes with admission and/or registration.
Introduce current and future students to college programs, on and off campus facilities,
student services, academic expectations, online resources, and college policies and
Provides an informal assessment process to determine academic readiness in adult basic
education (English and math), English as Second language (ESL) courses, and alternate
assessments for students with special needs. Visit the testing center web pages for more information on the ESL START.
Provide academic, career, and personal counseling and advising to current and future
students. Assist with course selection, educational goal setting and refer to other
programs as necessary.
Maintain contact with student as necessary to ensure student success.
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Political Science Transfer
"Counseling helped me develop a Student Education Plan which organized my classes in a way to help me develop as a better student and make my course-load easier by taking courses that complemented each other. The semesters were designed for me to focus on my courses. Now I'm well prepared and disciplined to start my new chapter in life by attending CSU Northridge as a Political Science: Law and Society major."
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