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Register for summer classes and get another step closer to earning your degree!
Summer Session 2024 at Cal State LA (May 28 - August 10) provides students the opportunity to accelerate their progress toward completing their degrees and graduating (especially if you need units to graduate by the end of summer).
Enrolling in summer classes can also help you:
- Increase your GPA.
- Complete prerequisites, GE courses, or internships.
- Secure a seat in a class you couldn't get into during the Fall or Spring Semesters.
The university provides online, hybrid, and in-person courses across a wide range of academic majors and fields at a more affordable cost for many, including undergraduate students taking at least six units. This reduced cost supports students in their progression to timely degree completion and graduation.
Students will have the flexibility to register for these Summer Session 2024 courses offered during three sessions: 10 weeks, first five weeks, and second five weeks. Please see below for the courses offered in each session.
Cal State LA's accelerated May Session (May 20 - June 8, 2024) is also available to students.
All sessions are open to matriculated (continuing) Cal State LA students. Non-Cal State LA students can also register for courses via Cal State LA's Open University.
Summer Session 2024 will be offered as stateside sections.
Summer Session Information
A list of Summer Session 2024 Important Dates is forthcoming.
The Summer Session 2024 registration date for all continuing Cal State LA students is forthcoming. (Note that the university requires full payment when registering for Summer Session classes. If you need additional payment information, visit Cal State LA's One-Stop Financial Services.) Department permission is also required before registering in restricted Summer Session courses identified as "Department Consent" and "Instructor Consent." Please contact the appropriate department or instructor.
The Summer Session 2024 registration date for Non-Cal State LA students is forthcoming. Individuals will register through Cal State LA's Open University, which is managed by the College of Professional and Global Education (PaGE). Students may choose courses from the Summer Session class schedule, but official enrollment is based on the availability of seats in a course and full payment prior to registration. For more information, please email the College of Professional and Global Education (PaGE) Enrollment Services or call (323) 343-4900.
Summer Session: Third-Party Billing
If your company or organization would like to be billed directly for your tuition and fees, please email an authorization letter to PaGE Enrollment Services. A third-party sponsor agreement or authorization letter of services (see below) must be received prior to registering for classes and no later than the census date (the end of the add/drop period).
Please note that if your sponsor does not pay some or all your tuition and fees, it will be your responsibility to pay for the outstanding balance, and a financial hold may be placed on your account.
The third-party authorization letter must include:
- Student's full name
- Campus Identification Number (CIN)
- The period covered.
- The maximum amount of coverage.
- The types of tuition and fees covered and/or not covered.
- Sponsor's billing address.
- Contact person, phone number, and email address.
For questions, please contact PaGE Enrollment Services at (323) 343-4900.
Frequently Asked Questions
There is a one-time $50 mandatory campus fee for Summer Session. Additional course materials and lab fees will be assessed according to currently approved policies.
Cal State LA students, international students, students from other campuses or universities, and members of the community may take Summer Session classes.
In addition to the Year-Round Pell Grant, State University Grants (SUGs) may also be available for those who have remaining financial aid eligibility. For more information and for eligibility requirements, visit Summer Session Financial Aid.
Courses may be offered in various modalities (face-to-face; hybrid; fully online). Be sure to check your class schedule for meeting times and instructions.
For Summer Session, at a minimum, you will need access to the internet and a computer. Open Access Labs are available to all students. In addition, the university offers a technology loan program for first-year, transfer, and continuing students. Information Technology Services (ITS) also provides different types of remote online resources for students.
Visit a Summer Session table or talk to us virtually to learn more about classes, deadlines, and more.