CSU provides new online classes for fall 2013


The improved budget environment is enabling the California State University to begin addressing critical access needs for both current and potential students.CSU wordmark small

As of Aug. 1, current full-time students enrolled at any CSU campus now have access to a wide range of fully online classes from other CSUs.

The upcoming fall 2013 term will mark the launch of a systemwide concurrent enrollment program that will provide full-time students enrolled at any campus with access to fully online courses offered at other CSU campuses.

Interested current students can view the online offerings at the Intrasystem Concurrent Enrollment website, also called calstate.edu/concurrent. Credit earned at the CSU campus offering the online course is automatically reported to the home campus and included on student transcripts.

For fall 2013, calstate.edu/concurrent shows 36 fully online courses available. These offerings cover a wide range of topics including general biology, physical geography, business finance, critical reasoning and visual communication.

Students are urged to consult with an academic adviser before signing up for concurrent courses.

Also as of Aug. 1, potential new CSU students interested in applying for admission to CSU campuses for the spring 2014 term may submit applications at CSUMentor.edu.

For the most current information on which campuses are accepting students for spring 2014, and at what level, visit the CSUMentor status page. Current and future applicants also are encouraged to visit CSUMentor to apply or find out more about CSU program offerings, financial aid and academic planning.