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Important Summer Session Dates and Deadlines

Registration for all sessions begins April 23. Check out the Summer Session Class Schedule on Titan Online now to start planning.

Below you’ll find the important dates and deadlines you’ll need to know before you register. For instructions on registering, visit our Register page. If you have any questions, you can send us a message from our Contact page.

2018 Summer Sessions

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Session Dates

May 29 - June 29
(5 weeks)

July 2 - Aug 3
(5 weeks)

June 25 - Aug 3
(6 weeks)

May 29 - July 20
(8 weeks)

May 29 - Aug 3
(10 weeks)

Early Registration period ends:
  • Last day to register online and without the instructor’s signature and department stamp.
  • Last day to drop with no record of enrollment and receive a full refund, less $10 per course. Classes cannot be dropped online.
  • Note: May 25 - First date registrations can be processed for wait-listed classes with approval.

5 p.m. on May 25

5 p.m. on June 29

5 p.m. on June 22

5 p.m. on May 25

5 p.m. on May 25

Late Registration Period (must be done in-person in CP-100):
  • Registering requires the registration form, approvals and $25 late fee.
  • Switching a class within the same session requires a new OU registration approval for the new course to add and $35 switch fee.
Drop Period:
  • Dropping a class without a grade of “W” to receive a 65% refund, contact the EIP Student Services office. No approvals required.
  • Change a grade option requires a $10 fee

May 29-June 1

July 2-6

June 25-June 29

May 25-June 5

May 29-June 7

Final Registration day (Must be done in-person in CP-100):

Last day of the late registration period. No refunds for classes will be issued after this date.

June 1

July 9

July 2

June 5

June 7

Last day to drop a class with a grade of “W” for serious or compelling reasons only.

An approved Request for Withdrawal form is required. No refunds.

June 22

July 27

July 27

July 10

July 20

Open University 101

  • Academically disqualified (DQ) students from CSUF may enroll in a maximum of six (6) units during Fall, Spring and Summer terms.
  • Registration is on a space-available basis.
  • A maximum of 24 credits earned through Open University may count toward the cumulative units required for a bachelor’s degree at CSUF.
  • Courses taken through Open University enrollment do not meet the residence requirements for a bachelor’s degree at CSUF (30 units for the degree; 24 units in upper division courses). For graduate degrees, normally 6 to 9 units of approved credits taken through Open University may apply, but for degrees which require more than 30 units, more units of credit may apply. Please consult the department graduate advisor of your program.
  • To view course descriptions and prerequisite information, visit Cal State Fullerton’s University Catalog.
  • For other important dates, including scheduled campus closures, visit the CSUF Academic Calendar.
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