Frequently Asked Questions: *coming soon*
How to Declare a Major/Minor in the College of Ethnic Studies Online *coming soon*
Ethnic Studies Majors: Academic Probation or Subject to Disqualification
How do I remove the Academic Probation Hold?
- Make an appointment with an advisor from the Student Engagement Center
- Print this form and fill out parts 1 and 2 before your advising appointment
- SEC will go over paperwork, make recommendations, referrals, and advisors sign off on Advisor lines.
- Take paperwork to be signed by your department chair
- Bring back to EP #117 to the SEC office to remove hold.
Academic Disqualification is when students have been dismissed from the University due to continued low academic standing. If you are in this situation and are interested in coming back to San Francisco State, please set up an appointment with an SEC advisor to discuss next steps.
Special Consideration: Disqualified students with GPA below a 2.0 may qualify to return to San Francisco State through special consideration if they meet specific criteria. Advisors are more than happy to discuss it as an option. Click here for more information on Special Consideration.
- Calculate your protential GPA based on this semester's projected grades
- Repeating a Course and Grade Forgiveness University Policies
Major/Minor Planning Sheets - If not available, please consult The latest academic bulletin
|Asian American Studies||Major||Minor|
|American Indian Studies*||Major||Minor|
|Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas||n/a||Minor|
|Critical Mixed Race Studies||n/a||Minor|
|Critical Pacific Islands and Oceana Studies||n/a||Minor|
|Queer Ethnic Studies||n/a||Minor|
|Race and Resistance||Major||Minor|
*Currently going through revisions; please check bulleton for more information
General Education Planning Sheets
|Plan - When did you start?|
|Pre Fall 2014 (Segmented Pattern)||Form|
|Fall 2014 - Spring 2019 Pattern||Form|
|Fall 2019 and Forward Pattern||Form|
Unsure which is your GE Pattern? Check your Degree Progress Report or ask and advisor!