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May 11 , 2006
DH 06 RH42
Contact: Russ Hudson,
Media Relations Coordinator
(310) 243-2455/2001


Registration for Both Summer Sessions Runs to May 23 at CSUDH

Carson, CA— Registration for both summer sessions is being taken at Cal State Dominguez Hills through May 23. The first session runs from May 27 through July 7, and the second session runs from July 8 through August 18.

More than five dozen graduate and undergraduate classes are being offered. Among them are Africana Studies, Women’s Studies, Applied Studies, Theatre Arts, Asian-Pacific Studies, Travel and Tourism, Behavioral Science, Sociology, Chicana/o Studies, Public Administration, Communications, Political Science, Computer Science, Digital Media Arts, Occupational Therapy, Engineering, Marital and Family Therapy, Foreign Languages, Humanities, and Kinesiology.

If there are openings, some late registrations will be taken for a few days after the start of each session. There is a late-registration fee.

For more information on the summer session, including how to register, a complete list of classes offered, fees and refunds, financial aid possibilities, and a complete list of contact information, call (310) 243-3608 or go to http://www.csudh.edu/acresmgt/classched/csindex.htm and click on Summer 2006.

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University Communications & Public Affairs
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Media Contact:

Russell Hudson
University Communications
& Public Affairs
(310) 243-2455

rhudson@csudh.edu


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Last updated May 11, 2006, 1:21 p.m.,
by Joanie Harmon