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CSUDH Advising Homes FAQ

Last updated September 26, 2020

Will the advising offices be open?

No. The advising offices will be closed for the rest of the Spring semester until further notice from the President. You can still email your advising home with any questions comments or concerns.

How can I talk/meet with my advisor?

You now have the option to meet with your advisor via email or zoom. Please email them to schedule an appointment.

Can I still contact my peer mentor?

Yes! Your peer mentor is still available via phone and email.

Fall 2020 Registration Workshops

Registration workshops will be offered online. Your advisor will be communicating with you regarding more details.

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