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Using the Student Center

The Student Center is organized into sections based on the type of information. The Center displays summary information such as your class schedule or outstanding balance right on the page. It also has many options to select in order to access all of the information and transactions available.

When you navigate to another page within the center, you can return to the Student Center by clicking on the "go to…" link found at the top and the bottom of the page.

Using Personal Information

  • Addresses

    Addresses are categorized by "type". Some examples of address types are home, mailing, and business. To change your current address, locate the address that you would like to update and click on the blue hyperlink indicating the address type (e.g., Mailing Address, Home Address). Update the information on the proceeding page and click save.

    In addition, you have the ability to enter an address change that will take effect in the future – just enter the date when the change is effective and click save.

  • E-Mail Addresses

    E-mail addresses are categorized by "type". Some examples of address types are home, on-campus, and other. You have the ability to add a new e-mail address or update an existing address. To change your current e-mail address, click the "e-mail address" hyperlink within Personal Information. Select the desired e-mail type, enter the new e- mail address and click save. Official notifications for students will be sent to the CSULA E-mail address located at the top of the page

  • Emergency Contact

    Use this page to view the name, address, and phone numbers for your emergency contact. You may add as many contacts as you wish.

  • Demographic Information

    Use this page to view a summary of demographic data such as your date of birth, gender and CIN (Campus Identification Number).

  • User Preferences

    User Preferences are established to assist you with navigation through the self service pages. The values that you can set are Institution, Academic Career, Term and Aid Year. Institution was established at the time your self service access was created. By updating your Career, Term and Aid Year, you will not have to enter the data each time you display a new menu. Remember to update these values when a new term is in session or a new Financial Aid Year has begun.

Using "Academics"

  • Introduction
    • The Student Center will allow you to:
    • Check to see if you have any registration holds
    • View your enrollment appointment
    • View and print your class schedule
    • Update your registration by:
      • Adding Classes
      • Dropping Classes
      • Swapping between Classes
  • Searching the Schedule of Classes

    You can get up to the minute, detailed information on course offerings by clicking on Search for Classes link on the top, right hand side of the page.

    CLASS SEARCH CRITERIA: Course Number Search Options

    The drop down menu will allow you to specify the criteria when looking up a Course Number:

    • contains: Enter a number to find a class that contains that value in the Course Number (e.g. 2 would yield any class with a 2: 102, 200, 220, 426)
    • greater than or equal to: Enter a number to find a Course Number equal to or greater than that number (e.g. 200 would yield 200, 334, 426)
    • is exactly: Enter the exact value of the Course Number (e.g. 200). This is the default selection.
    • less than or equal to: Enter a number to find a Course Number equal to or less than that number (e.g. 200 would yield 200, 10, 114 )
  • Add a Class

    Adding a class is like shopping on the internet. First, select a class to place in your shopping cart, second, confirm your request, and third, complete your transaction by checking out.

    Step 1: Enter your enrollment choices in your Shopping Cart (tip-if you know the class number you can enter it directly on the page but be sure to click on the 'enter' button). Once you are satisfied with all of your selections, proceed to Step 2 of 3.

    Step 2: Confirm your classes. Click on the 'Finish Enrolling' button to process your request for the classes you have listed in your Shopping Cart. To exit without adding these classes, click Cancel.

    Step 3: View your results. View the Status Report that is displayed for enrollments and/or enrollment errors. If you have an error, click on "fix Errors". Follow the instructions on this page to resolve any unsuccessful enrollment requests. NOTE: Before you exit, be sure to click on "My Class Schedule" to confirm youwere successful at all 3 steps of the enrollment process. Enrollment Dates Use the Enrollment Dates section of the Student Center to view your assigned enrollment appointment dates for the term.

  • Holds

    The Holds section of the Student Center page will allow you to view holds placed on services that you are restricted from using. By clicking on the "details" link, you will be taken to the Holds page where you can click the hyperlink for each of the Holds and view detailed information about the specific hold, including who to contact and instructions for removing the hold. For example, you may have a library fine that stopped you from using their services. By clicking on the "details" link, you will be able to determine the necessary steps to remove the hold from your record.

  • To Do Lists

    The To Do List section of the Student Center page will allow you to view your pending To Do List items. By clicking on the "details" link, you will be taken to the To Do List page where you can click the hyperlink for each item and view detailed information, including who to contact and instructions for the necessary action to resolve the pending To Do List item.


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