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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Summer classes

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As many of you know, summer classes aren't available at City this year, but there are other options. Rudy Zamora and Luis Perez have informed us that Grossmont College and Cuyamaca College will be offering extensive classes this summer. It's best to apply to these colleges by April 12th. Patsy Maes and Cathi Lopez told us Palomar College is offering summer courses. Apply by April 30th. Also, we will be offering cross-enrollment with SDSU. If students want to enroll at SDSU this summer for one class at a reduced cost ($52.00 for the course), they need to go to Admissions (A-112) to start the process. Students must be enrolled in 6 units at City during the spring 2013 semester to qualify.

The following info about SDSU cross-enrollment was provided by Marilyn Harvey:

SDSU summer class schedule has been released and can be found at https://sunspot.sdsu.edu/schedule/#.   There are three sessions during summer and each one has a different deadline to add/drop courses.

There is now only one schedule adjustment deadline per session. 

S1  (6 weeks)     Classes begin May 22 and the deadline to add/drop a course is May 31.

T1  (13 weeks)   Classes begin May 22 and the deadline to add/drop a course is June 4.

S2  (6 week)      Classes begin July 8 and the deadline to add/drop a course is July 16.

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Because the course offerings at our campuses may be very limited this summer SDSU will accept forms verified using spring 2013 attendance in 6 units.  If a student was not enrolled in 6 units for spring 2013 then they cannot be verified for cross enrollment for summer 2013.

The verified forms must be turned in to SDSU by the student to the Office of the Registrar by the deadlines stated above.  NO exceptions will be made for late forms.   All SDSU matriculated students are held to the same deadlines with no exceptions so any student wishing to enroll via the cross enrollment program must do the same. 

The cost is $52 per course and only one course can be enrolled in for the entire summer term. 


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