Academic Advising Central - for students, faculty, advisors
Everything you need to know regarding the rules & regs of advising, the latest policies, updated GE requirements, impacted majors, where to find and how to view reports, transfer credit summaries, degree progress reports, probation policies and workshops. Everything! Go to Advising Central for your advising needs.
Academic Announcements - for Students, Faculty, and Advisors
Any new policies, changes to GE patterns, or information pertaining to advising students are announced here, in Advising Central,
Academic Advising for Undeclared Students
Academic Advising in Salazar 1070 serves all undeclared majors for with program planning GE Advising, choosing a major, long term planning and university regulations. Many students come to Sonoma State University as Undeclared majors. The Advising Center encourages students to declare a major their sophomore year, no later than junior standing. The Advising Center houses the Peer Advising Program that assists all majors with registration, degree audit, GE advising and assistance in declaring majors.
Also housed in Salazar Hall 1070, Testing Services at SSU provides a variety of examinations for SSU students and non SSU students designed to assist in admission, placement and graduation requirements. SSU Testing Services administers the following tests: BYU, CLEP, DANTES, EPT-ELM, GRE, LSAT, and other various online program exams. We also provide proctoring services for online and/or distance programs. Our proctoring fee is $25 dollars.
Career Services, in Salazar 1070, is a campus-wide program, available to assist all students with the transition from academics to career. Career counseling and advising available for the following topics: career exploration and planning, creating a resume and cover letter, interviewing assistance, graduate school planning and preparation, and job and internship searching. The Career Peer Advising Program assists all students, from all majors with resumes, cover letters, looking for employment opportunities and interviewing assistance.
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is responsible for the access and retention of historically low-income, and educationally disadvantaged students. Our services include the Summer Bridge Program, EOP Academy, Transfer Bridge, and support for former Foster Youth. Our advisors assist students with concerns regarding financial aid, housing, college success and balancing college with personal and family demands.
Call Center hours are M - F, 9am - 4pm at 707-664-2730.