April 24, 2002
Students can save money, make progress toward their degree and find a seat in high-demand classes with this year's summer semester.
SFSU undergraduates who are California residents and take two classes (six units) pay only $450. Those who take a full load of 14 units pay $750. For graduate students, summer fees are $474 (part time) or $789 (full time). Non-California residents pay an additional $246* per unit. Eligible students can qualify for financial aid.
This is the second year the University is offering a full, state-supported summer semester program. Not only are many high demand courses available, but many classes have fewer students than in the fall and spring semesters.
Summer semester courses are open to current, newly admitted or visiting students in three sessions: June 10 - July 15 (five weeks), July 15 - August 18 (five weeks) and June 24 - August 18 (eight weeks).
Students who have not yet received a registration packet should go to the One Stop Student Services Center in the Student Services Building to check on their eligibility to register.
For students who are not yet admitted to SFSU, the College of Extended Learning's "Open University" allows them to enroll in degree courses on a space available basis and earn units toward their degree. "Open University" registration for summer begins Monday, April 29.
For details on the summer semester, including a class schedule, see the Web site.
In addition, a variety of College of Extended Learning courses, open to anyone, are also available for those who want to learn new skills or simply learn something new without working on a degree program.
[*Note: Effective Fall 2002, non-California residents will pay an additional $282 per unit.]
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