CSULB is committed to help students succeed regardless of residency status and almost all services are available to AB 540 and other undocumented students. However, some campus services are legislated to require using citizenship, legal residency and/or state residency and income guidelines as a requirement and can only serve eligible students who meet program criterion.
The University’s undergraduate academic advising services and academic departments are responsible for providing academic direction for new and continuing students. In addition, academic departments provide academic advising for graduate students. AB 540 and other undocumented students are eligible for these services.
For more information about these services refer to the CSULB catalog.
The Academic Advising Center is located in the Horn Center, Room 103. The Academic Advising Center provides services to the general University undergraduate student population including both traditional and non-traditional students. For hours and appointments, call (562) 985-4837. AB 540 and other undocumented students are eligible for these services.
Information regarding major options can be obtained by visiting the Career Center and meeting with a Career Counselor. Specific requirements about a major should be obtained by contacting the academic department and requesting to meet with the undergraduate or graduate advisor. AB 540 and other undocumented students are eligible for these services.