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Summer Session Offers 13 High-demand Online Courses and More

Summer session classes will not be interrupted by furloughs.
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Updated May 26, 2010

While some students see summer as a break, others see it as an opportunity to get ahead academically.

Classes begin May 27. The summer class schedule is available at www.sdsu.edu/schedule. Students can find their summer registration date and time in their SDSU WebPortal, www.sdsu.edu/portal.

Summer furloughs

Campus will be closed May 31 for the Memorial Day holiday. While staff and administrators will continue to observe state-mandated furlough days over the summer session, all classes will be held as scheduled. Some offices and services will remain open on abbreviated schedules on furlough days, or be closed as follows:

May 28 and June 1

  • Bookstore (Open 9 am – 4 pm)
  • Starbucks Aztec Center (Open 7 am – 2 pm)
  • Rubio's East Commons (Open 7 am – 2 pm)
  • Aztec Market East Commons (Open 7 am – 2 pm)
  • Instructional Technology Services (Open  7:30 am – 4 pm)
  • Library and Student Computing Center (Open 7 am - 6 pm, May 28; 7 am - 10 pm, June 1)
  • 24/7 Study Area (Open May 28, Open June 1, beginning at 7 am)
  • Student Account Services, which includes the cashiers office (Closed May 28, Open June 1, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)
  • Student Disability Services (Closed)
  • Counseling & Psychological Services (Closed)
  • EOP (Closed)
  • International Student Center (Closed)
  • The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships (Closed, also closed May 27)
  • The Academic Advising Center (Closed, also closed June 18)
  • Office of the Registrar (Closed, also closed June 18)
  • Office of Admissions (Closed, also closed June 18)
  • Prospective Student Center (Closed, also closed June 18)
  • Veterans Center  (Closed, also closed June 18)

Please check with departments and colleges for any days that these offices will be closed due to furloughs.

A great opportunity

Summer session is a great opportunity for students to get ahead on classes in order to study abroad or graduate sooner. In addition to the hundreds of courses offered on campus, summer session 2010 is offering 13 new (31 total) high-demand online courses.

There will be three sessions, including:
•    May 27 – July 7, 6 weeks
•    May 27 – August 18, 13 weeks
•    July 8 – August 18, 6 weeks

Learn more by visiting the Summer Session web page.

All class offerings will help students satisfy a variety of general education, major preparation and upper-division major requirements.

Summer is also a great time for students to take courses abroad. SDSU offers many opportunities for students to study abroad during the summer and receive credit toward graduation. More about these exciting opportunities can be found by visiting the International Student Center.

Questions?

Students with questions about summer registration should contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@sdsu.edu or (619) 594-6871.