Guided Registration for Spring Term

All first-time first-year students at CSULB must enroll in Math (Quantitative Reasoning) and English (Written Communication) classes during their first year in compliance with California EO 1110. Research proves that these foundational courses, if taken at the beginning of a student’s academic career, facilitates the ability for students to be successful during the transition to college-level academic work.

Guided Registration is a feature in MyCSULB Student Center that identifies your required classes for your second semester at CSULB. 

Explore the FAQs and resources below for Spring support:

All first-time-first-year students are required to complete certain Math (Quantitative Reasoning) and English (Written Communication) classes during their first year, in accordance with California EO 1110.

Some students may receive a notification to update their class requirements AFTER having registered for the Spring semester. These students may have dropped a requirement, received a non-passing grade, or experienced other factors that contributed to a change in requirements. 
You may need to alter your class schedule and replace it with a required class so that you may fulfill your California EO 1110 requirements. Connect with your advisor for more information.

In order to improve your GPA, it is suggested that you repeat the same class in the Spring. Contact your advisor for more information. 

Requirements that must be completed within your first year at CSULB cannot be deferred to the following academic term.

It is not recommended that students take more than 15 units each term. Contact your advisor for additional information.

The best way to seek schedule support is by connecting with your Academic Advisor. You may also view your Academic Requirements Report (ARR) as a reference guide. 
For support with registration, you may submit a help ticket to the Office of the Registrar.

For general Guided Registration support and tutorials, go back to the Guided Registration page.