A student's catalog year, also known as requirement term in OASIS, is important because it determines the contract of degree requirements a student must fulfill in order to graduate. This contract governs all requirements: General Education, Major, University, etc. Therefore, any changes to a student’s catalog year may result in additional, reduced, or updated requirements. Any contract adjustments for courses no longer offered, or for program changes, will require a substitution.
Entrance Catalog: The catalog in effect when the student enters CSUMB & maintains continuous enrollment.
Transfer Catalog: The catalog in effect when the student began continuous enrollment in a CA Community College or other CSU.
Graduation Catalog: The catalog in effect when the student plans to graduate from CSUMB.
Applicants will be assigned the catalog year in effect at the time of their admission to the university. Any change to assigned catalog year may be requested after you start classes.
Students declaring or changing their major will be assigned the catalog year in effect at the time of the change or declaration and will be governed by those requirements, unless otherwise requested.
If you've followed all of the steps above and your OASIS Student record has not been updated after 7 business days, follow up with the Office of the Registrar.