Summer Session 2012

To guarantee yourself a place in class, early registration is recommended and encouraged. Registration begins now and continues up to the first day of class on a space available basis. Extended Education hours are: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm.

Summer Session courses offer SSU continuing students units in residence, the same as courses taken during the academic terms. Some of the resident courses fulfill General Education (“GE”) requirements. Look for the GE symbol in the course description.

It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all course prerequisites are met prior to registering for a class. Failure to meet course prerequisites cannot be accepted as a justification for a refund of fees.

For classes that have not filled, registration will be accepted up to the first class meeting. For your comfort, please wear layered clothing, as heating and cooling conditions may vary in the classroom.

3-Week Sessions
Monday, May 21 – June 8 (No class Monday, May 28)
Tuesday, July 2, – July 20 (No class Wednesday, July 4)

4-Week Sessions
Monday, May 21 – June 15 (No class Monday, May 28)
Tuesday, July 2 – July 27 No Class Wednesday, July 4)

6-Week Sessions
Monday, May 21 – June 29 (No class Monday, May 28)
Tuesday, July 2 – August 10 (No Class Wednesday, July 4)

12-Week Sessions
Monday, May 21 – August 10 (No class Monday, May 28 and Wednesday, July 4)


  • Enroll with credit card
  • Enroll without credit card

Standard Unit Load
When you register for Summer Session courses, you are bound by the same enrollment limits that apply to any other term. The standard unit limit is 1 unit per week of instruction. If you can prove a 3.0 or better grade point average, you may enroll for up to 1-1/3 units per week of instruction (4 units in 3 weeks).


If your grade point average is less than 3.0, you must petition for approval. Petition forms are available in Extended Education or Admissions & Records. Please return completed petitions to the Marcia Harrigan, Extended Education, Stevenson Hall 1012. To ensure formal consideration of your petition, you must submit it at least one week prior to the day of the first class meeting.