Summer Sessions Program | CSUDH Extended Education | Carson, CA

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Welcome to Summer Session 2021 at CSU Dominguez Hills

 Note: In an effort to address the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns of the communities that we serve, if at all possible, please register at my.csudh.edu or by phone at 310-243-3741, option 1.

If you need to add or drop a course, please visit this page for instructions.

If you are experiencing any hardships regarding Summer Sessions classes due to the current health situation, you can reach out to us via phone at 310-243-3741 or via email at ceereg@csudh.edu.

 Summer Registrants, please be aware that we are experiencing a high call volume in our Reg. Office... thank you for your patience!

If you are considering using Financial Aid for Summer Sessions, please contact the Financial Aid Office. Information at https://www.csudh.edu/financial-aid/summer-financial-aid/.

Summer provides a great opportunity to advance toward your degree or take a class on a subject you've always wanted to learn. From Molecular Biology to Global Popular Music and from International Politics to Criminology, summertime is the perfect time to keep learning.

You do NOT need to be a CSUDH student to take classes during Summer Sessions! Any qualified student can register.

You can search the class schedule at my.csudh.edu; Class Search is on the menu on the right side — you do not need to log in. Or you can view the 2021 Summer Schedule PDF.► You can also view Recently Added Classes here.

Please note that, due to the current health crisis, all Summer Session classes previously scheduled to take place on campus will now be conducted online using Zoom and the Blackboard Learning Management System. If your class is indicated as a classroom-based class in the schedule, please log in to the Blackboard site for your class and/or communicate with your instructor for information specific to that class.

Graduate Faster by Taking Summer Courses!

2021 Summer Schedule Dates

  • Session I: June 1 - July 9
  • Session II: July 10 - August 13
  • Regular Session: June 1 - August 13


MyCSUDH Class Search

How to Search

The entire Summer schedule can be viewed by going to MyCSUDH and clicking on the Class Search option on the right-side menu:

  1. Once you are on the MyCSUDH page, bypass the sign-on fields and scroll down to the bottom left hand corner of the page. You DO NOT need to sign onto this page to view the courses offered.

  2. Click on Class Search under "Schedule of Classes".

  3. To view all Summer Sessions courses, please select the "Summer 2021" term from the Term pull-down menu, and the "Session I", "Session 2", or "Regular Session" option from the Session pull-down menu.

 Reminder: Please continue to check for updates, as classes are added daily.

Getting Help

If you need assistance on how to navigate through "Class Search", view the Class Search Tutorial. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing MyCSUDH or the "Class Search", please try one of following:

  1. Error message: "Your account is disabled."
    1. Close and re-open your browser session and try to access my.csudh.edu again.
    2. Clear Internet cache - get help clearing your browser cache on the CSUDH IT Page.
  2. Error message: "User ID and Password are required."
    Please double-check your username and password and try logging in again.

  3. Error message: "Unauthorized to access the page."
    Please double-check if the browser you are using is on the list of supported browsers.

If you still experience difficulty, please submit an IT HelpWeb request online or contact the IT HelpDesk at ext. 2500 while on campus.

For additional information pertaining to the Summer 2021 term, please refer to the menu items to the right (includes the academic calendar, advising information, fees and registration information).


Special Notes:

  • If you are a current student in the Occupational Therapy, M.S. Nursing Program, or M.A. in Physical Education program AND are planning to enroll in Summer 2021 courses, please contact your department regarding the steps to register for your courses.

  • If you are a new Fall 2021 student for the Credential program and are planning to start courses early in the Summer 2020 semester, please contact Jeanette Perez, College of Education at 310-243-3530.

  • For any additional questions, please contact the Extended Education Registration Office: 310-243-3741 or Office of Admissions and Records: 310-243-3645.

 

Payment Plan Graphic

Financial Aid may be available...
Contact the Financial Aid Office
to determine if you are eligible.

Summer Session Course Request Form ►

Don't see the class you need? Request it here!

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