Summer 2014 at CSU Channel Islands
Summer Session at CI is back! Enrollment is open to all current CI students, students from other two- and four-year institutions, juniors and seniors in high school, and other interested persons from the community.
If you are a continuing CI student...
Summer at CI offers you an opportunity to catch up, speed up or round out your graduation requirements.
If you are a student at another college or university and are spending the summer in Ventura County...
CSU Channel Islands offers a unique, diverse selection of courses which may satisfy your school’s core requirements.
If you are a high school junior or senior in the fall...
Use the summer to strengthen your college application and focus on an area you always wanted to know more about or are considering as a major.
(Some courses require the approval of the instructor or completion of prerequisites. Please see the CI catalog for details. Formal admission to the University is not required to enroll in courses in the summer, and conversely enrolling in does not constitute or ensure regular admission to the University.)
A: May 27-June 30, 2014 (5 weeks)
B: July 7-August 8, 2014 (5 weeks)
Most courses meet at locations on the CI campus except those listed as “Thousand Oaks” which are at our Thousand Oaks satellite campus on 501 Marin Street in the city of Thousand Oaks (click here)
Fees: (subject to change)
$330/unit – Undergraduate students
$367/unit – Credential students
$384/unit – Graduate students
Once registration is complete, it is the student’s responsibility to log into CashNet via MyCI to make payment for classes. Payments may be made by eCheck or credit card. Please see the Extended University website http://ext.csuci.edu/student-services/index.htm for information on how to make payment. For students enrolling after the above due dates, payment in full will be due immediately.
Campus Based fees (subject to change)
Session A: $96
Session B: $96
Sessions A+B: $192
Note: Some courses may have additional lab fees. Fees are subject to change by the Trustees of the California State University and/or the campus President. The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter had begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees. The fees listed here will be contingent upon the decision by the Legislature. These fees do not apply to special session degree credit courses and programs, or state-supported courses scheduled in the summer.
Priority registration is March 31 - April 13, 2014.
(open to EOP, DSP, veterans, and continuing students with 90+ units).
Thereafter, enrollment will be open to all students with space permitting until the summer session start date.
Beginning April 14, 2014 matriculated CI students not qualified for Priority Registration will have access “self service” through MyCI available to them for the Summer Session courses. For details about how Self Service works please click here.
Non-matriculated students (students not in a degree program at CSU Channel Islands) can enroll in Summer Session A and B courses starting April 14, 2014. To enroll, please fill out the Summer Session Enrollment Form (PDF, 37.0 KB) and return it to the Extended University office in Sage Hall 2109. Please remember that payment will be made through the MyCI portal.
Payment in full for self-service enrollments is due no later Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 5pm for Session A courses and Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 5pm for Session B courses. Students who have not paid for classes by these deadlines may be dropped. For students enrolling after the above due dates, payment in full will be due immediately.
If a course is cancelled, the entire course fee will be returned. If students withdraw 24 hours prior to the first day of the session, 100% of the course fee will be refunded. If a student withdraws between the first day of the session and before 25% of the session has elapsed, 75% of the total fee will be refunded. After 25% of the session has elapsed, no refund will be made; however, a drop form must still be filed. NOTE: It is the sole responsibility of the student to withdraw from classes. Students are responsible for verifying their withdrawal from classes.
25% elapsed: 6/4/14
No drops after 6/16/1
25% elapsed: 7/15/14
No drops after 7/25/14
Session A: add/drop deadline 6/4/14. After this deadline a permission signature is required to add/drop. Drops will show a "W" on transcript. Absolutely no drops permitted after 6/16/14.
Session B: add/drop deadline 7/15/14. After this deadline a permission signature is required to add/drop. Drops will show a "W" on transcript. Absolutely no drops permitted after 7/25/14.
Summer Financial Aid
Please see this link for the latest information on Financial Aid: http://www.csuci.edu/financialaid/index.htm
Applicability of Summer Session Courses to Degree Programs
Courses taken in Summer Session are applicable to the programs of any CI matriculated student (i.e. a student who is admitted to and enrolled in any CI degree/credential/certificate program, in good academic standing in the Spring of 2014, and who did not graduate in Spring 2014) 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 2014/2015 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.
• The Cove Bookstore has all Summer book information. Click here to get book information.