Courses taken in Summer Session are applicable to the programs of any CI matriculated student (e.g., a student who is admitted to and enrolled in any CI degree/credential/certificate program, in good academic standing in the Spring of 2017, (and who did not graduate in Spring 2017) in the same way that Fall or Spring semester courses are applicable.

Non-matriculated students (those not admitted to and enrolled in a CI degree program) may apply a maximum of 24 credit units taken as a non-matriculated student to any CI baccalaureate degree program to which they might later apply. Non-matriculated students may only apply up to nine credit units taken as a non-matriculated student to any CI graduate degree, credential, or graduate credit certificate program to which they might later apply. In all cases, which courses taken as a non-matriculated student shall apply to a particular degree, credential or certificate program is the decision of the department chair responsible for that program.

All courses offered in the CI Summer Session are regular CI academic credit courses and are fully transferable to other institutions. However, it is always up to the receiving institution to determine how transferred courses will be applied to any of its own particular academic programs. Students who are enrolled in or plan to enroll in programs at other colleges or universities for the 2017/2018 academic year should seek guidance from these institutions regarding which CI Summer Session courses would be most appropriate as related to their individual academic goals.