For summer 2020, California State University, Northridge will offer its summer courses in a virtual format.
Students interested in the program will have access to a variety of university credit courses that can help them graduate on time, all offered virtually in an online format. Three different summer sessions will be offered to students Session one and two will begin May 26. Session three will begin July 8.
Students currently enrolled in a degree program or a credit certificate or credential program are potentially eligible for financial aid. Available options for financial aid include the year-round Pell Grant and many more. To learn more about financial aid options please visit: https://tsengcollege.csun.edu/programs/summer/knowledge-center?topic=71&qu=financial_aid_&_sponsorships&utm_source=flyer&utm_medium=postcard&utm_campaign=summer19.
Registration for the summer program is now open. To search for available classes, visit: https://go.csun.edu/Summer2020.
May 12, California State University Chancellor Timothy White shared that courses on CSU campuses this fall will be offered primarily through virtual learning due to the current and anticipated impacts of COVID-19. Each campus will evaluate curricula to determine if limited exceptions for in-person activities will be possible. At CSUN, we will continue our planning for fall instruction using the framework outlined by Chancellor White in consultation with our campus partners and the Academic Affairs Task Force, so that we continue to deliver transformative educational opportunities in a safe and responsible manner. With the health and safety of students, faculty and staff at the forefront of our preparations, we will explore the possibility of supplementing the virtual offerings with a limited number of face-to-face courses and labs that require in-person experiences. Any exception to virtual learning will have significant preventative health measures and contingency plans in place should we need to shift to alternate modalities. More information about CSUN’s plans for the fall semester will be shared in the coming weeks. If you need further information, please email the associate dean of your college. Links to college websites are provided below.
- Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication: Kandace Harris
- David Nazarian College of Business and Economics: Paul Lazarony
- Michael D. Eisner College of Education: Christine Hayashi
- Engineering and Computer Science: Robert Ryan
- Health and Human Development: Dimitri Tamalis
- Humanities: Kent Baxter
- Science and Mathematics: Robert Espinoza
- Social and Behavioral Sciences: Bohsiu Wu
- Tseng College: Graduate, International and Midcareer Education: Shereazad Jimmy Gandhi