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Division of Student Affairs

Office of the University Registrar

CourseMatch On-Line Course Offerings Throughout the CSU Spring 2017

Fall 2016 Online CoursesThere are hundreds of semester courses from across the CSU system that are being offered on-line through the CSU Fully On-Line Course Offerings via Cross-Campus Enrollment.  Current and Continuing students who meet eligibility criteria:  In Good Academic Standing; Have completed at least 12 units at Sac State; who have paid tuition and fees as a “full-time” student, enrolled in more than 6 units, for Spring 2017 are eligible to enroll in one CSU on-line course per term.  You may only enroll in semester-based campus courses. You may not enroll in courses that are quarter system.

1. Not sure if online courses are right for you? Click here to take the online readiness self-assessment.

2. Go to www.calstate.edu/coursematch to view courses offered. Once your eligibility is confirmed, you can search the Schedule of Classes for Spring 2017. You should also consult with your academic advisor to determine how the course may apply to your degree requirements.

3. Once you pick a course, go to your Student Center, click on the CourseMatch link under Academics, and enter the course information no later than the date shown for the campus offering the course. For detailed instructions on how to request enrollment, click here.

At this time, students are limited to enrolling in one course unless the course includes a lab.

 

CSU Fully Online Courses for Spring 2017 - 

Cross-Campus Enrollment

Campus AB386 Enrollment Dates CourseMatch Enrollment Dates Classes Begin
Bakersfield
Channel Islands
Chico
Dominguez Hills
Fresno
Fullerton
Humboldt
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Monterey Bay
Northridge
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
San Marcos
Sonoma 
Stanislaus

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The Office of the University Registrar places service to students and faculty among its first priorities, recognizing these persons as the Office’s primary constituency.  As a primary information resource for students and faculty, the Office actively seeks ways to assist students through the “portal” of registration and academic records processes and effectively communicate and inform students of their rights, responsibilities and procedures.  As a service-oriented office, in addition to providing efficient and timely access to information, the Office facilitates and coordinates activities of students and faculty pertaining to administrative matters. 

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