Take advantage of the opportunity to complete required courses and get closer to graduation.
|Session A||June 1 – July 2||5 weeks|
|Session B||July 6 – August 7||5 weeks|
|Session C||June 29 – August 7||6 weeks|
|Session D||June 1 – July 24||8 weeks|
|Session E||June 1 – August 7||10 weeks||Campus Closed: Friday, July 3|
Please note: In-person classes will not meet on Friday, July 3.
|April 6||August 2015 graduation candidates|
|April 6 (noon) & April 7||Seniors|
|April 8||Graduate students, credentials, juniors and second bachelors|
|April 9||Sophomores, freshmen and postbaccalaureate undeclared|
|April 10||All CSUF students|
Graduate on time (or early)
The earlier you graduate, the earlier you begin your career.
Plenty of hard-to-get courses
No more chasing after hard-to-get courses – complete a couple during Summer.
Focus on a single class at a time
Taking a difficult class in each 5 week session deserves your complete attention – a luxury you won’t have during the school year.
Courses offered in five short sessions ranging from 5-10 weeks in length.
Many courses online
Study from the convenience of anywhere!
For detailed registration information, please view the Summer Session 2015 Registration Guide.
Student fee information can be found at Student Financial Services.
Non-CSUF Students can take Summer Session classes through Open University. For more information about registration and fees, please visit the Open University website.