Congratulations and welcome to CSULB! You have an exciting journey ahead of you and we want to make sure that you are well prepared to get started in pursuing your academic goals. If you are coming to CSULB as a freshmen, transfer, credential or a graduate student, there are still a few steps you need to take to make sure you successfully transition to the Beach! Get acquainted with the appropriate section of this website to find out what you need to do before the semester begins.
Schedule of Classes
By selecting the appropriate term, you can view the regular session course schedule. You can view the offerings by Academic Subject, by College, or by General Education Category by using the buttons at the top of each page. The lists are updated regularly to reflect changes.
Each semester you will receive a registration appointment via email, where you can register for your courses through the MyCSULB Student Center. It is imperative that you utilize your CSULB email address listed in your student center account in order to receive your appointment.
Your registration appointment will announce the day and time of when you can register for classes.
The mission of the Office of Financial Aid is to increase opportunities for student access to and success in higher education by helping students and their families seek, obtain, and make the best use of all financial resources. Through financial literacy and guidance, we support incoming students in making a successful transition to the Beach.
Activate Your CSULB Email Address
CSULB students are required to maintain a CSULB email address on file with the university and to check their email regularly as the university uses email as the official means of communication. Activate your Beach Mail here.
All incoming CSULB students are required to complete a series of mandatory immunizations prior to registration. To learn more about this requirement, please visit our Student Health Services website for more information.
Fall 2020 Admissions Update FAQ
Due to the unprecedented growth of the COVID-19 pandemic the CSU system has made updates to the Fall 2020 admissions requirements. CSU Long Beach is here to assist all newly admitted students through these changes and answer any questions or concerns you may have. The Office of Admissions in partnership with the University Outreach and School Relations (UOSR) department have put together a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) to assist with answering the most common questions we have received so far via phone and email for both First-Time Freshman and Transfer Students.