Throughout the year we will host or co-host various advising events and workshops.
- Graduating Spring 2018? Need help completing your grad app?
- Graduating Summer 2018 or Fall 2018?
- Graduating this year? Join us to go over all of your graduation requirements.
- Dates: TBA
- Don't be part of the 10% whose graduation application are denied! Come learn how to apply for graduation. You will also get the opportunity for a brief review of your Degree Progress Report (DPR) along with options and tips in order to fulfill missing requirements!
- Are you interested in the nursing program? If so, Come to a workshop to learn about getting into the nursing program and exploring health care professions. Some of the topics we will cover are admission requirements and pathways into the nursing profession.
- This workshop will support students in creating an education plan to complete the required prerequisites. This workshop is for students who are already familiar with the process of applying to the Nursing Program.
- Are you ready for graduation? Do you know how to apply for graduation? The CoSE Student Success Center is here to help!
- Are you planning on graduating in Spring or Summer 2018? 10% of SFSU students are denied graduation each year due to missing or incomplete graduation requirements. Start the process TODAY by confirming that you will meet GE and non-major graduation requirements!
- Here you will gain a better understanding of the Academic Probation policy itself, discuss how to get back into good standing and develop a plan for success.
Freshman Advising Events
- Freshmen are welcome to attend one of our Freshman Advising Events to get questions answered regarding General Education and additional graduation requirements.
Fall 2017 information TBA.
Are you undeclared or undecided on a major? We are offering “Creating Your SF State Experience Through Exploration” workshops for students like you. In this 1-hour workshop we will assess your personality so that you can better understand yourself and all of your major options. Begin making a connection between your strengths, your interests, and consider which majors might be a good fit for you before fall course registration.