The Kinesiology and Athletic Training faculty are here to assist you in the pursuit of your academic goals. Your success depends upon your commitment, responsibility, and dedication to taking the appropriate steps toward these goals. A sound academic plan is a great first step.
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ADVISING - GENERAL INFORMATION
Kinesiology Academic Advisor: Sangita Dube -
Summer Walk-in Office Hours (RE 250A)
Tuesdays & Wednesdays - 9-11 a.m., 1-3 p.m.
Mondays & Fridays - 1-3 p.m.
Thursdays - 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
The Kinesiology Academic Advisor is available for advising in the following situations:
Athletic Training and Kinesiology freshmen
Athletic Training and Kinesiology transfer students during their first semester
Athletic Training and Kinesiology students on probation
Questions about general education
Prospective CSUN Athletic Training or Kinesiology students
FRESHMAN or SOPHOMORE Exercise Science or Applied Fitness & Active Lifestyle Development
If you are a FRESHMAN or SOPHOMORE Exercise Science or Applied Fitness & Active Lifestyle Development student, you must attend a one-hour MAG session to have your department advising hold removed and be able to register for SPRING 2015 classes.
If you do not attend one of the scheduled MAG sessions, your hold will not be removed, and you will not be able to register for SPRING 2015 classes until the first day of non-restrictive registration (December 10).
MAG PowerPoint slides will be posted on the Kinesiology webpage on the CSUN website.
Contact your option advisor if you have any questions. If you are unable to attend any of the scheduled MAG sessions, you must see your option advisor (in person, not via email) at least one week in advance of the first MAG session.
Juniors and Seniors are welcome to attend, but it is not required. Second semester transfer students are highly encouraged to attend.
NEW: You MUST REGISTER for the session you wish to attend and bring your printed registration confirmation with you to be able to enter the room. You may register for one session only.
To register, go to: http://magkincsun.eventbrite.com (Note that room capacity is limited, so register early to have the best chance of getting your first choice).
Q1. What if I do not receive the confirmation via email?
A. Click here to learn how to retrieve your ticket. If you think you typo'd your email address, you can check here.
Q2. How to update your ticket/registration information?
A. Click here to learn how to update your information.
Q3. What if I want to cancel my current registration and register for another MAG session?
A. Click here to learn how to cancel your registration.
General Studies and Sport Studies
MAG sessions for the General Studies and Sport Studies options will be held on the following dates and times:
Tuesday, October 14: 10:00am in RE 153 Thursday, October 16: 7:00pm in RE 104 Friday, October 17: 11:00am in RE 279
Wednesday, October 22: 4:00pm in JD 3516 Thursday, October 23: 7:00am in RE 157 Friday, October 24: 1:00pm in SG 101
NOTE: Attendance to one (1) MAG session is required to get your registration hold removed! In other words, if you do not go to a MAG session, you will not be able to register for Spring classes. You must arrive on time and bring a copy of your DPR with you the to the MAG session.
Athletic Training Majors
Group advising sessions for Athletic Training majors will take place on the following dates:
Friday, Oct 24th - 12-1pm- Arnett Conference Room
Wednesday, Oct 29th- 12-1pm- RE 172
Thursday, Oct 30- 1:30-2:30pm- RE 172
Please note that these Group Advising sessions are for those who will be applying to the AT Program/Major. These sessions are NOT the MAG sessions for Kinesiology majors. Be sure to review your DPR and https://moodle.csun.edu/course/view.php?id=31656before the advising sessions.
MANDATORY ADVISING: CONTINUING STUDENTS
Second Semester Freshmen (fall advising for the spring semester)
Second semester freshmen are required to attend an advising workshop prior to registering for classes. All freshmen should receive a letter and/or email with the information needed to sign up and attend a workshop.
Workshops are led by the College of Health and Human Development (HHD) Student Services Center (SSC)/Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) advisement team. Spring semester workshops begin in late September and go until mid-November.
Second semester freshmen are not required to do advising through the Department of Kinesiology, although it is strongly encouraged. See the Department of Kinesiology Advising Policies for information about advising for your major and major option:
First Semester Freshmen (summer advising for the fall semester)
First semester freshmen are required to attend an advising workshop prior to registering for classes. All freshmen should receive a letter and/or email with the information needed to sign up and attend a workshop.
Workshops are led by the College of Health and Human Development (HHD) Student Services Center (SSC)/Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) advisement team. Fall semester workshops begin in May and go into August.
First semester freshmen are not required to do advising through the Department of Kinesiology.
To contact the HHD SSC/EOP office, call (818) 677-2883 or go to Sequoia Hall (SQ) 111.
First Semester Transfer Students (summer advising for the fall semester)
First semester transfer students are required to attend an advising workshop prior to registering for classes. All transfer students should receive a letter and/or email with the information needed to sign up and attend a workshop.
Students should apply for graduation after they have completed 90 units (including work-in-progress). Students who have applied for graduation will have priority registration during their final semester at CSUN.
If your application is late, a $10 late fee will be assessed. Applying late may also prevent you from receiving graduating senior priority registration during your last semester. If you do not get priority registration for your last semester, the Department of Kinesiology cannot guarantee you enrollment in the courses you need to graduate on time.
Please refer to the Kinesiology Graduation Application Process form below for detailed application instructions specific to the Department of Kinesiology.