California State University, Fullerton’s Summer Session is open to CSUF students and the public. It is a great opportunity to take required courses and get closer to graduation. Here are a few links to help you get started.
Note: Non-Cal State Fullerton students can take Summer Session classes through Open University. Visit the Open University website for more information, including registration dates, costs and enrollment instructions.
Maximum of 16 units may be taken during the entire summer term.
Summer Session offers over 700 courses. To get started, check back here on February 22 to view the preliminary class list. The official Class Schedule will be available on Titan Online on March 21. Course offerings may change based on a number of factors, so be sure to check the schedule often for the classes you want before the registration period begins on April 4.
Fees and Payments
The Summer Session tuition fee structure is the same as the Spring 2016 tuition fee structure.
Summer Session fees vary by number of units taken. The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum, and the fee structure essentially allows you to take two classes for the price of one, or four classes for the price of three.
If you register between April 4 and May 30, you can register first as long as you pay fees within three days.
If you register after May 31, your fees are due by the end of the day on the day you register.
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