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What the AARC can do for you

Providing the Help Students Need to Succeed at CSUB

The CSUB Academic Advising & Resource Center (AARC) is the University’s central location for academic advising and other student support services. 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 life goals
  • Discover their individual potential
  • Get the most up-to-date and accurate information for their plan of study
  • Plan an efficient path toward graduation 

Workshops:

The AARC advisors offer various information sessions/workshops in an effort to offer the most current and up-to-date information on a variety of topics that directly impact a student’s academic success. Listed below you will find links to the sessions/workshops offered by the AARC advisors. Please click on the link that identifies the information sessions/workshops that you plan to attend.

Academic Intervention Program (AIP)

Academic Probation Sessions

EO 665 Extension

EO 665 Sessions

Satisfactory Academic Progress
(SAP) Sessions

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.



Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm 

Academic Advising and Resource Center

Contact Us:

Phone: (661) 654-2700
Fax: (661) 654-6950
Email: aarc@csub.edu

We are located in the Student Services Building, between Services for Students with Disabilities and Outreach.

Academic Calendar

  Winter Quarter, 2014

January 06 . . . First Day of Classes

January 13 . . . Last Day to Add Classes

January 20 . . . HOLIDAY - Martin Luther King Jr - Campus Closed

January 27 . . . Last day to change between Credit/No-Credit and Letter Grading. 

January 27 . . . Last day to Withdraw from Classes without a "W" being recorded.

March 17 . . .    Last day of Classes  

March 19 - 22  . . . Examination Period

Spring Quarter Break:

March 25, 2014 – March 28, 2014

View  Academic Calendar