You may take up to 13 units during Summer 2020. Students must contact their Advisor
to discuss a possible unit load exception and meet certain criteria should they wish
to consider taking more than 13 units.
Yes. Continuing CSUSM students will meet with academic advisors either within Undergraduate
Advising Services or within the appropriate College. Non-matriculated student advising
will be available via Extended Learning.
Only CSUSM matriculated students are potentially eligible for financial aid during
summer. Summer is the trailing term of the 2019/2020 academic year, so in order to
be eligible for financial aid during the summer, students must not have already used
all of their aid in the fall and spring.
CSUSM policies regarding academic performance, academic honesty, prohibition of plagiarism,
and conduct in the classroom apply to all Summer courses and those who register for
them. Policies regarding grade appeals and other students' rights policies also apply.
All academic questions or problems with student performance should be referred to
the associate dean in the college that is the academic home of the course in question.
Additional policies can be found at the CSUSM Office of the Dean of Students.
Email is the official means of communication for CSUSM instructors, therefore all
notices relevant to the course(s) you will be sent to you via your CSUSM email account.
If you are a full- or part- time CSUSM student at CSUSM, you already have a CSUSM
email account that will remain the same for Summer 2019. If you have not attended
CSUSM previously, you will be issued a CSUSM email account.
Extended Learning, in conjunction with the colleges, will make course cancellation
decisions for full and first block classes by May 14, 2020. Course cancellation decisions
for second block classes will be made by June 25, 2020.