About the
University Advisement Center

Mission Statement

The mission of the University Advisement Center at CSUDH is to work in partnership with DH students through a collaborative process that identifies the most comprehensive path towards academic success.  The UAC is home to professional academic advisors that are an essential academic resource for every DH student.  We strive to advance the campus community’s mission of student-centered services by aiding all DH students to persist and matriculate towards degree completion.  We endeavor to achieve this mission by employing academic and developmental advising best-practices that positively contributes to the DH student experience.

Advising Services Provided

  • General education 
  • Overall graduation requirements including:
    • the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR)
    • Grade point average (GPA) requirements for graduation
    • Overall unit requirements for graduation
  • Academic probation
  • Academic disqualification
  • Review of university policies and procedures
  • Referrals to other campus departments and support services

For major advising, contact your major department.  Major department information can be found in the University Catalog.

Students who are part of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) should contact EOP directly.

Students who are part of the Encounter to Excellence Program (ETE) should contact ETE directly.

Types of Students Supported

  • Incoming freshmen students who have placed into college-level English and Math courses and have attended New Student Orientation
  • Incoming transfer students who have attended New Student Orientation
  • Current undergraduate students
  • Returning undergraduate students

Prospective students should contact the CSUDH Information Center.