The College of Natural and Social Sciences Academic Advisement Center provides students with the tools needed for academic success while a student at Cal State LA. Schedule an appointment today with one of our academic advisors for guidance on creating academic plans and selecting courses to fulfill general education and major requirements for graduation.


Please be advised:

Monday, April 8, 2024 - Thursday, April 25, 2024

The NSS Advisement Center will host

Fall 2024 Registration Labs to assist students ONLY with registering for the Fall 2024 Semester. 

Located: Computer Lab KH D 1043

When: Monday- Thursday

Time: 2:30pm-4:00pm

*For assistance with all other services please attend morning drop in's or schedule an appointment.*



Drop-in Information 

In-person Drop-ins are offered Monday- Thursday.     

Morning time: 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. (Last student is accepted at 10:15 am) 


Virtual Drop-ins are offered on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday.

Morning time: 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. (Last student is accepted at 10:15 am)

Zoom Link


EAB Appointment Information

*Students can still schedule advising appointments 

*Students are given a 10-minute late grace period. After 10 minutes, you will need to reschedule.


Video Resources

The 'Graduation Application' tutorial video can be found here:

Assistance on How to use 'Degree Planner'

Assistance on How to use 'Schedule Planner'


In partnership with students and the wider Cal State LA community, the NSS Academic Advisement Center fosters a supportive and validating learning environment where advisors teach and empower students to develop, understand, and achieve their educational goals.


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Student Support

Need help with degree planning and progression, graduation check, exploring or declaring a major, or other academic concerns? The NSS Advisement Center team is here to help with virtual and in-person appointments. 


 Our professional advising team helps students from orientation to graduation: 

  • Understand general education and major requirements to graduate with a major in the College of Natural and Social Sciences
  • Create academic plans and select courses in fulfilling graduation requirements 
  • Identify and integrate co-curricular and extra-curricular activities into an academic plan to help students achieve their academic and professional goals
  • Use the Campus Academic Requirements Report (CARR), departmental checklists/roadmaps, and other tools to monitor their academic progress
  • Apply University policies, procedures, forms, and processes necessary for graduation
  • With referrals to University resources and offices     

King Hall, D Wing, Room 1044
Phone: (323) 343-5284
Got questions? Email [email protected]