Summer Sessions

A: May 28 - July 1, 2019 (5 weeks)
Session B: July 8  - August 9, 2019 (5 weeks)


General Registration

Begins April 2, 2019

Session A Self Service (online) Registration: April 2 - May 20, 2019

Session B Self Service (online) Registration: April 2 - June 30, 2019

Matriculated students (students admitted to and enrolled in any CI degree/credential/certificate program, in good academic standing in the Spring of 2019, (and who did not graduate in Spring 2019). For details about self-service, please visit Records and Registration.

Non-matriculated students (those who are not admitted to or enrolled in a degree program at CSU Channel Islands) may enroll in Summer Session A and B courses starting April 2, 2019. To begin the registration process, please click the red button below and complete the online form. Two business days are required for us to create or update your student record. Former CI students may log into myCI and register using their existing Dolphin name and password as soon as the record is updated. New students will receive a new user email 2 business days after their new student record is created. The email contains information concerning myCI account activation and other student electronic services. Payment will be made through the myCI portal.

Intent to Enroll in Summer Session

For non-matriculated CI students only – intent forms accepted 4/2/19 – 7/3/19

Payment in full for self-service enrollments is due no later Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 4:45pm for Session A courses and Monday, July 1, 2019 at 4:45pm 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.

*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.

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