Below are the requirements to register to vote and the guidelines for how to vote.


  • You must be 18 years of age or older to vote.
  • You must be registered to vote before you can vote.
  • If you are not registered, get registered.
  • If you have registered in the past, and are not sure you are still registered, inquire with the Registrar of Voters Office in your county. For the Orange County Registrar of Voters office visit http://www.ocvote.comOpens in new window .


Complete a Voter Registration Card online or at any U.S. Post Office, public library, City Hall, or Registrar of Voters Office. A Sample Ballot will be mailed to all registrants.

  1. Review the Sample Ballot for election information and procedures.
  2. Your polling place (where to vote) will also be on the Sample Ballot.

Contact the Registrar of Voters Office if you have questions.

For the Orange County Registrar of Voters Office, visit at http://www.ocvote.comOpens in new window .

For the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters Office, visit at http://www.lavote.netOpens in new window .


The Academic Senate of California State University, Fullerton, endorses the 1987 Statement on Professional Ethics (UPS 230.000) and the 1940 Statement of Principles and Interpretive Comments of the American Association of University Professors contained in the 1984 Edition of Policy Documents and Reports.


The symbol AU identifies those instances where a student enrolled in a course for purposes not requiring credit. An auditor must have the permission of the instructor, and may enroll only after students otherwise eligible to enroll in the course for credit have done so. Auditors pay the same fees as credit students; regular class attendance is expected. Once enrolled as an auditor, a student may not change to credit after the last day to add classes. A student enrolled for credit may not change to audit after the deadline published on the inside cover of this registration guide. An auditor does not take examinations in the course; therefore, there is no basis for evaluation nor a formal grade report.


If you are experiencing academic or personal challenges, you can seek support through a variety of campus resources that may be able to assist you. 

If you are experiencing academic or personal challenges, you can seek support through a variety of campus resources that may be able to assist you. Some of the resources available to you include:

The area of Engagement and Well-Being consists of departments dedicated to helping students navigate through their own challenges to be successful in their curricular and co-curricular activities. This includes departments like Disability Support Services, Health Services, TitanWell Health Promotion Services, Dean of Students Office, Student Conduct, Cares Services, Basic Needs Services, Student Life and Leadership, Title IX and Gender Equity, and Housing and Residential Engagement.

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides various clinical services designed to meet the many different concerns experienced by CSUF students. Licensed clinical staff are specifically trained in college student mental health and therapeutic approaches and committed to providing services to meet the specific needs of all students.
  • Basic Needs Services serves students who are experiencing unforeseen hardship, emergency, crisis, or a catastrophic life event. The resources offered by the center provide students with support via food, short-term housing, hygiene products, clothing and emergency grant funds.

The area of College Access and Career Pathways consists of departments dedicated to building a pipeline of college success from outreach, admissions, funding education, community engagement, and career development. This includes departments like the Office of Admissions, Financial Aid, Career Center, Center for Internships and Community Engagement, Educational Partners, and Outreach, Recruitment, and Orientation.

The area of Identity and Belonging consists of departments dedicated to the priorities of diversity, inclusion, and supporting students in a meaningful way to give a sense of belonging and connectedness. This includes department like Diversity Initiatives and Resource Centers, First Year Experience, Tuffy's Graduation Scholars, Student Support Services, Supplemental Instruction, Adult Re-entry/Veterans Resource Center, Male Success Initiative, Educational Opportunity Program, the Center for Scholars, and Athletics Academic Services.