Summer Session 2019 Faculty FAQs
Below you'll find a list of the most frequently asked questions from faculty regarding Summer Session 2019. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, please contact us.
There are three sessions available for 2019:
- 10-Week Session: June 3 - August 15
- 5-Week Session I: June 3 - July 10
- 5-Week Session II: July 11 - August 15
- Undergraduate fees are $300/ per unit, plus one-time mandatory campus fees of $470
- Graduate fees are $350/ per unit, plus one-time mandatory campus fees of $470
Yes, the Ed.D. and M.B.A. programs as well as any grant funded programs (e.g., Chevron RevsUp, Early Start, Enterprise College) will be offered stateside in Summer. There may be other courses/programs which will be offered stateside, as well. Please contact us for clarification.
It depends on which session the faculty member teaches. Pay periods and pay checks are reliant on all paperwork being signed and submitted to Extended Education in a timely fashion. Please contact us for deadlines and any questions you may have.
Yes, the minimum enrollment number will be different for each class as it will be based on the individual faculties’ rate of pay. Extended Education will notify each faculty what the minimum enrollment number is for the course on his/her contract.
The decision to cancel a course for the 10-week session and the first 5-week session will be made by May 23, 2019. The decision for the second 5-week session will be made by July 1, 2019.
Eligible staff, faculty, and management state employees or eligible dependents may have tuition and fees for a maximum of two (2) courses or six (6) units, whichever is greater, waived/reduced each term. All classes must be taken for grades or credit/no credit. Tuition and fees are waived for state-supported classes offered in the Fall and Spring Academic terms and Summer Session. In addition, if not used for state-supported classes offered in Summer Session, tuition and fees may be waived for CSUB Extended Education classes offered in Summer Session. Tuition and fees waivers do not apply to Extended Education programs offered outside the specially designated Summer Session noted in the previous sentence. See Fee Waiver Information for more details.
There is a Summer Session FAQ list for students on the Extended Education website