CSUB rolls out new graduation workshop

Ryan Barrera

Upon entering college students all have hopes of graduating with a 4-year degree or better. Throughout those 4 years students acquire questions and wonder what they need to do to graduate. CSUB and the Division of Enrollment Management have realized that students may have questions about graduating and created a workshop for CSUB students.

“This is the first time we’ve done this, it’s to help juniors or seniors with 150 units or more. Anyone who is interested with 150 or more units can attend,” said Monica Horsey assistant to the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management.

The workshop can help aid CSUB students on what steps to take to achieve a degree and answer questions like what students need to graduate to what happens at commencement and many more.

These workshops are being held in the Education building 125 on multiple dates and times. The workshops can be attended on Friday Feb. 15th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday March 15th from noon to 1:30 p.m. and Friday April 12th from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

“If students have 200 or more units they can have on the spot degree evaluation,” according to the flyer regarding the graduation workshop.

Before this workshop CSUB students had to take it upon themselves to figure out the proper steps. Like visiting http://www.csub.edu/admissions/graduation/grads.shtml. It can be relatively easy to find out what steps they have to take to graduate, like paying $55 for a Grad Check.

For any further information regarding specific deadlines or other workshops held on campus visit http://www.csub.edu/admissions/Dates/.