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Advising + Forms

General Advising + Forms

General Advising Links:

Most necessary academic forms can be found on the Registrar's form page; questions about procees and forms shoudl be directed to the student's cohort level advisor or the graduate coordinator.  

Financial Aid questions should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid.

Students in need of assistance can reach out to:

For GE specific questions please contact the College of ENV Student Success Coordinator:

  • Teresa Castaneda (trcastaneda@cpp.edu)
  • Students are encouraged to meet with Teresa for any general academic advising; Teresa is especially good with GE courses.  

Specific BSLA and MLA documents and advising information can be found on the tabs on this page.

MLA

The MLA program runs student advising throught the graduate coordinator.  This method ensures year-level continuity as it accomodates specifc individual advising required of each graduate student.  

  •  Students are encouraged to email the grad coordinator to set up appointments.  Email is the official form of university communication. 
  • Students are encouraged to discuss academic plans with any MLA  faculty member but all decisions must be coordianted through the graduate coordinator.

MLA Curriculum Flow Chart

The first year of the MLA curriculum consists of 48 quarter units and is considered prepatory for first professional degree students.

The second and third years of the MLA Curriculum consists of 72 quarter units.

 

Students must take one track, Project or Thesis, to fulfill terminal requirement.

 

Cal Poly Pomona is converting to a semester calendar from our existing quarter calendar in the fall of 2018 academic year.  As a result, we have rebuilt our MLA program on a traditional 2 semester model.  The DRAFT curricular documents are provided below for reference only.  These documents are still subject to change. 

BSLA

The BSLA uses a cohort advising structure– each year-level cohort has a faculty advisor assigned that follows the class fron the first-year all the way through the fourth-year of the curriculum.  This method ensures year-level continuity with specifc advising that spans all members of each cohort.  

  •  Students are encouraged to email advisors to set up appointments.  Email is the official form of university communication. 
  • Any student that moves into a different cohort switches advisors to the year-level advisor of the cohort of which they moved into.
  • Students may work with any advisor upon agreement with the faculty advisor.

Undergraduate Program Advisors:

 

 College of ENV Student Success Coordinator

  • Teresa Castaneda (trcastaneda@cpp.edu)
  • Students are encouraged to meet with Teresa for any general academic advising; Teresa is especially good with GE courses.