Summer: A balance of work and play. Summer should be a time for rest, re-connection, and recreation. AND, many students find summer to be a great time to make up credits or take supplemental classes at CSU or local community colleges. Whether you are taking 10 credits or 0, working 40 hours or volunteering, we hope that you have time to reflect on the past year and set goals or intention for the upcoming 2016-17 year.
Continuing students: reflect, rejuvenate, and plan. What went well for you last year at CSU? What didn't go as planned? How did you cope with challenging situations? What resources did you use and what resources did you fail to use? What have you learned about yourself? How have your goals changed? Thinking through these questions and more will help you returned primed for a successful new year.
New Students: If you are an incoming transfer or first-year student, be sure to check out Orientation and Transition Programs for information on our summer programs and course registration. Our Academic Support Coordinators look forward to meeting you and assisting with your fall registration and planning.
Summer Session and Fall registration is currently open. Talk with your ASC if you're interested in exploring your options for summer or have not yet registered for fall classes.
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