Frequently Asked Questions
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Summer @ Cal Lutheran is open to any current or incoming Cal Lutheran students, as well as visiting students from other colleges and universities, and non-degree seeking students.
Current students can take courses during the summer to stay on track for graduation and lighten their course load for the following academic year.
As an incoming freshman or transfer student, you can take courses before your first semester in the fall and get a jump-start on fulfilling your requirements, meet new friends before the school years starts, make connections with faculty and staff, and get to know the campus.
If you are not a Cal Lutheran student but would like to take one or more courses while on summer break, you may apply for admission as a non-degree seeking student. This means you will receive credit for the courses you take, but will not officially be considered a full-time Cal Lutheran student.
Summer session 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 to help students get ahead and some are able to finish early.
Courses and Registration
Many courses will be offered in-person, as long as local health guidance allows, and some will be online. Please see the "Location" field in the Course List. If it is "TBA," then a decision is still pending.
Students may choose to attend any course this summer virtually, even if it is being taught in-person.
No, there are no graduate-level courses offered during summer session. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our graduate program options.
Yes, it is possible and common for students to take courses in both sessions. Make sure to check the day and time for the class meetings.
Please visit the How to Register to learn more.
The key summer school dates are listed on the Undergraduate Academic Calendar.
Housing will be available for summer. Please visit the Housing page to learn more about rates and how to apply.
For academic questions about a class after you are enrolled and classes have started, please contact us at (805) 493-3015 or email@example.com.
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