Q: How do I register with UEE for Summer Session?
A: Non-admitted students will need to fill out a registration form with UEE. Admitted students will register online on their student portal.
Q: How much is tuition?
A: Tuition is $322 for undergraduate courses, $349 for credential courses, and $355 for graduate courses. Note: Some courses require additional fees. See class schedule.
Q: How long are summer courses?
A: There are 3 sessions:
- 10 week session
- 6 week session
- 4 week session
Q: Is financial aid available?
A: There is limited financial aid available for admitted students. You will need to have already filled out your FAFSA for the current year.
Q: How do I contact instructors?
A: Contact information for instructors can be found on the CSU Stanislaus website A-Z directory under the faculty/staff search bar.
Q: Where can I view the class schedule?
A: You can view the class schedule on the campus website.
Q: How can I order transcripts?
A: There are several ways to request transcripts. For more information please visit Transcript Request.
Q: Where is the UEE office located?
A: We are located in the Mary Stuart Rogers building Suite 180 at One University Circle Turlock, CA.
Q: Can I drop off forms at the Stockton Campus?
A: Yes, they will be date stamped and forwarded to UEE.
Q: Can anyone take classes through University Extended Education?
A: Yes, as long as you do not have a hold on your account.
Q: When is the late add/drop period?
A: The late add/drop period can be found on the Summer Session page.
Q: Is there a fee for late add/drops?
A: Yes, the fee is $25.
Q: I am disqualified from CSU Stanislaus, can I still take a summer course?
A: Yes, you will need to fill out a registration form and register through University Extended Education.
Q: Can I be disenrolled if I do not pay my fees?
A: Yes, the disenrollment date for non-payment of fees can be found on the Summer Session page.
Q: When is the last day to pay fees?
A: The last day to pay fees can be found on the Summer Session page.
Q: When is the last day I can get a full refund?
A: The last day to get a full refund can be found on the Summer Session page.
Q: Is there a maximum amount of units I can enroll in?
A: There is a 12-unit maximum; exceptions may be granted on a case by case basis by academic advisors or faculty.
Q: Will I be getting a registration time and date?
A: No, summer registration is on a first come first serve basis.
Q: When will I know if a class is cancelled?
A: Decisions to cancel a class due to low enrollment can be found at the Summer Session page.
Q: Will I be getting a refund if a class is cancelled?
A: Yes, you will receive a full refund for cancelled classes.
Q: How can I find out when class schedules will be posted?
A: To find out when class schedules are posted go to the Summer Session page.
Q: Can disqualified students take a Summer Session class?
A: Yes, Summer Session is open to everyone. Students can apply at the University Extended Education office.
Q: When do I need a permission number to add a class?
A: You will need a permission number to add during the late add/drop period.