Summer School 2014

If admitted to the TWO-semester credential program AND you still need to complete pre-requisite credential courses, you are to complete as many of the pre-requisite courses as possible before the fall semester begins. (Taking pre-requisite credential courses in the fall semester, other than the SPARKS workshop, will put you at a significant disadvantage due to the unit overload and the very demanding 1st semester credential program course load).

Summer 2014 Registration Process

Students admitted for Fall 2014 must register in person at the University’s College of Continuing Education (CCE) in Napa Hall beginning Monday, May 12.

*Registrations will be accepted in person from May 12 - May 23, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

*To register in person you must complete the Summer Session Registration Form (see link below in #2) and submit the completed form in Napa Hall. Fees are due at the time of registration.

Step 1

Review the Summer Class Schedule

a. Two sections of EDS 100A and EDS 100B (must be taken concurrently; register for both 100A and 100B)

EDUC 100A - Educ Students w/Disabilities

Class Number Section Component Session Days & Times Room Instructor Units
50329 01 LEC 6W1 TuWe 4:00pm - 6:50pm LIB53 Daley, S 2.0
50330 02 LEC 6W1 Web Online Daley, S 2.0

EDUC 100B - Educ Students w/Disab Lab

Class Number Section Component Session Days & Times Room Instructor Units
50331 01 IND 12W TBA Gardner, P 1.0
50332 02 IND 12W TBA Gardner, P 1.0

b. Two sections of EDBM 170

EDUC 170 - Intro To Educ Engl Lrners

Class Number Section Component Session Days & Times Room Instructor Units
50333 01 DIS 6W1 TuWeTh 10:30am - 12:50pm EUR315 Cintron, J 3.0
50334 02 DIS 6W2 TuTh 11:45am - 3:15pm EUR315 Baker, S 3.0

c. One section of HLSC 136

HLSC 136 – School Health Education

Class Number Section Component Session Days & Times Room Instructor Units
50192 01 LEC 6W2 Web Online Tamblyn, J 3.0

d. KINS 172 – Movement Education (for Multiple Subject credential candidates who still need to meet the elementary PE methods requirement**):
This requirement can be completed during the fall semester as a one-day workshop called SPARKS. Registration information for the SPARKS workshop will be included with the fall course schedule that will be emailed to all confirmed MS candidates by the end of May. (Note: there is no fee for the SPARKS workshop but a course curriculum package - approx. $200 - is required).

Step 2

Print out and complete the summer school registration form.

Step 3

Bring your completed registration form to Eureka Hall 401 for signature from the Teaching Credentials staff (Linda Lugea, llugea@csus.edu or Susana Guzman, sguzman@saclink.csus.edu) or CCE Liaison (Kim Ross, rossk@csus.edu). Please note that signature from instructor is not needed. You do not need to wait until you have been offered and accepted your admission to the University to register for EDUC 170 and/or EDUC 100A/B.  If you live outside of the Sacramento area and cannot come in person to have your registration form signed, please contact Linda or Susana for further instructions. Please note, for HLSC 136 you will need to obtain the signature from Dr. Joan Neide, the department chair of Kinesiology and Health Science located in Solono SLN Hall 3002.

Step 4

After you’ve obtained the signature to add classes, immediately submit the registration form to the Summer Session registration office in Napa Hall (open 8am-5pm M-F) and pay the registration fee. If you live outside of the Sacramento area, call the Summer Session registration office for instructions on faxing or scanning and emailing your signed registration form with fee payment (916.278.6984).

**If you have applied for summer financial aid, your eligibility won’t be determined until mid-summer.  If you qualify for aid, you will receive partial or full reimbursement of registration fees later this summer.

Deadline and Important Information

Registration forms, with signatures and fee payment, must be submitted to Napa Hall no later than 5:00pm on FRIDAY, MAY 23rd. We have reserved a limited number of seats for Credential students but, it is on a first come bases. Once we have reached our cap – there is no guarantee that you will be added.

Questions

If you have any questions, please contact the Teaching Credentials Office.

Eureka Hall 401
(916) 278-6639