What are the dates of Summer Session 2019?

Session A is May 28 – July 1, 2019 (5 weeks)

Session B is July 8 – August 9, 2019 (5 weeks)

How do I register for Summer Session?

Continuing CSUCI students may register through their myCI account beginning April 2nd. New, off-campus students, students from other colleges and universities, and community members may begin the registration process by completing the “Intent to Enroll in Summer Session” form located on the Registration webpage.

Do I need to apply for admission to the University in order to enroll?

A formal application for admission to CSUCI is not required in order to enroll in Summer Session.

Is there priority registration?

No. Registration opens for all CSUCI students, off-campus students, students from other colleges and universities, and community members on April 2nd.

What are the registration dates?

Session A self-service (online) registration period is April 2nd- May 20th.

Session B self-service (online) registration period is April 2nd-June 30th.

How do I enroll after self-service (online) registration has closed?

A permission number is required to enroll during the late registration period. Students may request permission numbers from the instructor. A $25 late registration fee will be applied.

Session A Late Registration Period: May 21 – June 14, 2019

Session B Late Registration Period: July 1 – July 26, 2019

What are the fees for Summer Session 2019?

Summer Session fees are calculated per unit, based on the category of student. Undergraduate student fees are $365 per unit. Credential student fees are $405 per unit. Graduate student fees are $425 per unit. Campus based fees of $124 per session are also assessed. Additional lab fees may apply.

How do I pay fees? What are the payment deadlines?

Once registration is completed, 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/debit card. A 2.75% merchant fee is applied to all credit/debit card transactions.

Session A Payment Deadline is Tuesday, May 21, 2019 – Cashier’s window closes at 4:45pm

Session B Payment Deadline is Monday, July 1, 2019 – Cashier’s window closes at 4:45pm

For students enrolling after the above due dates, payment in full will be due immediately.

Is there a payment plan available?

No. Payment in full is due by the payment deadlines.

Can I use Financial Aid to pay for Summer Session?

Continuing CSUCI students may qualify for Financial Aid.

Can I have a third party pay for my fees?

Yes. If a third party (Department of Rehab, etc.) will be paying for your summer fees, please submit an authorization from the vendor to neomi.basquez771@csuci.edu at least two weeks before the payment due date. For more information regarding third party payments, please contact Neomi Basquez.

What do I do if I need to drop a class? Do I get a refund?

It is the student’s responsibility to drop/withdraw from a course. Students are responsible for all associated fees and for dropping courses through their myCI account. Not attending a course does not mean a student will be automatically dropped from that course. Failure to drop/withdraw from a cou.rse in which one is officially registered but does not complete, will result in a grade of “F”, “WU” or No Credit (NC).

The Session A drop deadline with 100% refund of fees is June 4, 2019. Drops after this date will not receive a refund and will show a “W’ on your transcript. Absolutely no drops permitted after June 14, 2019.

The Session B drop deadline with 100% refund of fees is July 15, 2019. Drops after this date will not receive a refund and will show a “W’ on your transcript. Absolutely no drops permitted after July 26, 2019.

How will I be refunded?

Depending on the method of payment you used, you will be refunded via check, direct deposit, or directly back to the debit/credit card you used to pay. More information regarding refunds.

Can exceptions be made to the add/drop deadlines?

Students who would like to request to add or drop a course after the deadlines will be required to submit a Petition for Exception form , along with supporting documentation, to the Extended University office, located in Sage Hall 2109.

Are there online courses offered?

Yes, You may view online course offerings.

How do I access my online course?

Online courses may be accessed through CI Learn (Canvas) in your myCI account. Online classes are asynchronous (no specified meeting day/time) unless otherwise noted.

I’m having trouble accessing myCI, I forgot my password, or my account is locked. What do I do?

When accessing various myCI resources such as CI Learn (Canvas) and CI Records a user might encounter times where information is displaying incorrectly or that an item appears to be missing. A solution to these issues is to try a different web browser. The browser of choice is Chrome, but depending on the device and operating system that device is utilizing the recommendation would be to try another web browser. Another solution is to try another device if available to access myCI services. Supported devices include Windows 7/10 PC’s and MAC’s

Change Your Password, Forgot, or Lost Your Password

To obtain a new Dolphin Password, go to the myCI Forgot Password page. This will enable you to set a new Dolphin Password, which is used to access multiple systems, including CI Learn, CI Records, Dolphin Email and more.

Recent password changed

If you have recently changed or reset your password, please also update any other devices such as a smart phone that might also have your campus email account on. The device might be automatically attempting to access your account with the previous password, which can lock your myCI account. Please adjust the mobile devices myCI credentials and wait approximately fifteen minutes. Then try to access your myCI account again.

Account remains locked

If you are not able to access your myCI resource please proceed to change your password at the myCI Forgot Password page.

I need assistance with Canvas. Who do I contact?

Students have the option of acquiring assistance directly from Canvas if needed twenty-four hours a day by contacting Canvas by phone. 1-833-816-6632.

Are there campus-based fees for online courses?

Yes. Students enrolled in only online courses will still be charged the $124 per session campus based fee.

How many units can I take?

Students may take up to 18 units during summer. Please be aware of the accelerated format of these courses, as well as the time commitment that will be required. Please contact your Academic Advisor if you have any question or concerns regarding how may units you should take.

Are courses taken applicable to degree, credential, and certificate requirements, and transferrable to other institutions?

Yes. All courses offered in the CSUCI Summer Session 2019 are regular CSUCI academic credit courses and are transferable to other institutions. It is up to the institution in which you are transferring the credit to determine the applicability to specific degree requirements at that institution.

I have applied for spring 2019 graduation. Can I still take Summer Session classes?

Yes. Students who have applied for spring 2019 graduation who wish to take summer session classes are required to change their graduation term to summer 2019 by submitting a “Request for Change of Graduation Term” form to Records & Registration and paying the $15 re-filing fee. This must be completed prior to being able to enroll in summer session courses.

Can I take classes in Summer Session if I have been academically disqualified from CSUCI?

Yes. Former CSUCI students who have been academically disqualified must first complete the “Intent to Enroll in Summer Session” form located on the Registration webpage.

Is there advising offered for students enrolling in Summer Session?

Yes, for those who are continuing CSUCI students. Continuing CSUCI students may contact their Faculty Advisor or an Academic Advisor in the Academic Advising Center.

When will course cancellations be decided? How will I be notified? Will I receive a refund?

The decision to cancel a Session A course will be made by May 21, 2019. The decision to cancel a Session B course will be made by July 1, 2019. Students enrolled a course that is cancelled will be notified via myCI email. A full refund of fees will be issued for a cancelled course.

What does it mean when a class is listed as “Extended Session 1, 10, or 11”?

Students enrolled in Extended University degree programs have separate summer terms from Session A and B. If a course is listed in “Extended Session 1, 10, or 11”, instructor permission is required in order to enroll. Students enrolling in these courses are responsible for paying the per-unit fee rate for the degree program in which it is offered. Dates for these courses may also vary.

When will grades be posted?

Grades for Session A are due by July 8, 2019. Grades for Session B are due by August 16, 2019. While instructors may calculate grades in CI Learn (Canvas), official grades are posted in CI Records through your myCI account.

How do I request official transcripts?

Official transcripts may be ordered by using the myCI official transcript link.

Can't find the answer to your question? Please contact Extended University at 805-437-2748 or Sage Hall 2109.

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