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California State University, Long Beach

Quicksteps – New CSULB Students
Admitted for Fall 2013

We are pleased you have chosen to get a jump start on your career at CSULB early. Welcome! This information is intended to provide you with a basic roadmap to successfully navigate through Summer Sessions.

1. Get to Know MyCSULB

The MyCSULB portal provides access to your own personalized web page with services and information tailored to you. You will use MyCSULB throughout your career at CSULB. To see what MyCSULB can do for you, go to Using MyCSULB.

2. Select your Classes

The class schedule is available online only. CSULB does not publish a printed schedule of classes for the summer term but offers several options for finding the right class for you. Go to Schedule of Classes.

3. Register for Classes

New CSULB Spring 2014 Students can enroll for the following Summer Session through the College of Continuing and Professional Education. Beginning April 7, 2014, complete CCPE’s Summer Registration Form and submit to CCPE Office with full fee payment by the registration deadline as follows:

  • Full Summer Session (SSD, 1): June 9, 2014
    Census
  • Session I (S1S, 6W1): June 9, 2014
    Census
  • Session III (S3S, 6W3): July 18, 2014
    Census

4. Understanding Your Fees

Summer Session courses will be administered through the College of Continuing and Professional Education. Note that CCPE courses have a different fee structure than regular session courses, please refer to the Summer Fees and Finance information. For those students in Special Summer State-Support Programs (Ed. D. and MBA), please refer to the Tuition Fees information specifically for those programs.

5. Manage your class schedule and account

It is very important that you check your class schedule regularly at MyCSULB noting class cancellations, room changes, whether or not you are moved from the waitlist, and especially when you make changes to your classes. Check your account regularly and pay any fees resulting from changes in your schedule promptly.

Be sure to verify your preferred email address at MyCSULB since the University uses email for official university notifications. You are responsible for ensuring your preferred email address is accurate and up-to-date and for reading your email regularly. Failure to do so may result in missing important information! See Official University Notifications via Email.