Summer @ Cal Lutheran

Summer courses for traditional undergraduate students

FAQs

See these common questions for student who are enrolling this summer.

Will courses be offered online?

All of our courses for summer 2020 will be taught virtually. 

Who can attend Cal Lutheran's summer school?

Summer @ Cal Lutheran is open to any current or incoming Cal Lutheran students, visiting students, and non-degree seeking students.

Do I need to take summer school?

Summer school is not a requirement; however it may be useful to ensure graduation within four years. Core curriculum classes have been added to the summer session. 

How do I register for Summer School

If you are a visiting or new incoming student (freshmen or transfer) then fill out the Registration Interest Form and a staff member in the Registrar's Office will email you a registration form to be filled out and returned to help you register for courses.  If you are a current enrolled student at Cal Lutheran, then after you receive advising approval, you can register for courses via WebAdvisor or Student Planning.  If you have questions about the registration Process contact the Registrar¹s Office at (805) 493-3105 or clureg@callutheran.edu

Can I live on campus?

Housing will not be available this summer per the stay-at-home order in Ventura County.

Can students take courses in Sessions Two and Three since the dates overlap?

Yes, it is possible and common for students to take courses in both sessions.

What are the add/drop dates for summer school?

The key summer school dates are listed on the Undergraduate Calendar.

What if I have a question about Summer school once classes start?

For academic questions about a class after you are enrolled and classes
have started, please contact the Summer School Office at (805) 493-3015.

 
Who do I contact if I have questions?

Email us at summer@callutheran.edu

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