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What the AARC can do for you
Striving for Student Success
The Academic Advising & Resource Center (AARC) is focused on ensuring the success of CSUB’s students. Our goal is to work collaboratively with each student and each on-campus department so that all student needs are met and addressed, and all issues are rectified.
At the AARC, students work closely with professional staff advisors who are trained to work with and address the diverse needs of our student population. AARC advisors work in close partnership with students to help them:
- Learn how to set and achieve their academic and career-related goals
- Discover their individual potential
- Understand general education requirements
- Select the appropriate major
Click on the links at left for more information, or stop by the office today to set up an appointment with an advisor. We are located in the Student Services Building, between Services for Students with Disabilities and Outreach.
Need Tutoring & Academic-related Resources?
Comprehensive list of the fall 2014 tutoring schedule as well as useful academic-related resources.
Do you want to help first-year freshman?
Consider serving as a peer mentor for the AARC.
Is your major still Undeclared?
Assistance and resources to get you to your ideal major.
Are you in remedial math or english courses? If you answered, yes, you are required to attend a workshop.
Please view our Remediation page for details about the workshop.
Fall 2014 Newsletter:
Stay informed and gain useful resources by viewing the AARC's Fall 2014 Newsletter! Click HERE to view.
Monday through Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm
Academic Advising and Resource Center
Phone: (661) 654-2700
Fax: (661) 654-6950
We are located in the Student Services Building, between Services for Students with Disabilities and Outreach.
Fall Quarter, 2014
November 27-28....Holiday Thanksgiving Campus Closed
December 2 -31 ...............Winter Break
Winter Quarter 2015
January 5.......First Day of Clases
January 12......Last Day to ADD Classes
January 12.....Last Day to Change between Audit and Letter Grading
January 19......Holiday Martin Luther KIng Jr. Day Campus Closed
January 26.... Census Day
January 26.....Last Day to Change between Credit/No Credit and Letter Grading
January 26... Last Day to Withdraw from Classes without a "W" being recorded;
February 02-13..... Academic Advising Week
February 9..... Registration Begins
February 18.......Ash Wednesday Christian Holy Day
March 16 ........Last Day of Classes
March 17......Study/Reading Day
March 18-21......Examination Period
March 23.....Grades Due
View Academic Calendar