Advising

Thank you to our new or continuing transfer students for participating in our 2020 Transfer Student Success Summit.  If you have follow up questions, we encourage you to Zoom into our July 2020 virtual office hours during these dates and times:

VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS
Dates:
Monday, July 13
Monday, July 20
Monday, July 27

Time:  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Register to connect virtually at a date above. Note: if students are NOT registered for a date above, TSOA team members will be off-zoom.

TSOA Virtual Office Hours Registration

Admissions Related Questions - please contact [email protected]
(Ex: official transcripts, campus admission requirements, question about how COVID-19 may have impacted prerequisites for admission).

Academic Advising - Major Advising
Currently enrolled SDSU transfer students are encouraged to seek advising from the following university faculty/staff advisers:

  • Major Advising - As an incoming and continuing transfer student, one of the best resources for transfer students is your major adviser. Your major adviser will help you choose your upper division courses so that you graduate in a timely manner. This is also a great opportunity to learn about early graduate school preparation, career options and how to engage in other campus or community experiences to complement your coursework.
  • Virtual Academic Advising Center - In addition to meeting with your major adviser, transfer students are encouraged to see an adviser at the Academic Advising Center. There, an adviser can help you.
    • Understand graduation requirements
    • Develop an academic plan
    • Evaluate transfer credit
    • Choose or change a major
    • Plan your next semester's schedule
    • Satisfy mathematics and writing competencies
    • Remove probationary status to avoid disqualification
    • File for graduation

Preprofessional Advising. Interested in a preprofessional career? Advising is available for student who seek admission to the following professional schools: Medical, Law, Physical Therapy, and Social Work. Contact information for preprofessional advising.

Prospective students are encouraged to get their questions answered at the SDSU Prospective Student Center or visit the SDSU Transfer Admissions Site

Connect with peers who share the same goals as you! Serve with our official transfer student organization. Get involved in a leadership role to help support and advance the success of transfer students at SDSU. Connect!