Summer classes revamped

The course list for Summer classes was uploaded to Oasis on March 13 and more types are coming. Both online and in-person courses will be available. Registration opens April 3 and students can take classes as an eight-week session or two separate four-week sessions. 

In previous years, the Summer semester was considered an “extended education” term, meaning there was limited support from financial aid, if any. However, more types of financial assistance will be available for Summer 2023 because the program is being updated. 

Financial aid and scholarships for Summer terms may be available for continuing students and those interested are encouraged to reach out for financial assistance. According to the Center for Advising, additional funding is also being provided through the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

So far, for-credit internship opportunities have been announced for business majors. Students in other majors who are interested in other internship opportunities outside the campus  are encouraged to speak with their academic department or advisor to determine benefits or options. 

Comprehensive educational programs such as science illustration, Moss Landing Marine Labs and bilingual authorization courses will also be available. 

While students are not required to live on campus to take Summer classes, to qualify for on-campus housing during the summer, the resident must:

  • Be enrolled at CSUMB for a summer academic session or
  • Be enrolled at CSUMB for Fall 2023 semester or
  • Be an international student who is unable to return home due to international travel restrictions or lack of Visa (must document and obtain approval)

Resources such as the Cooperative Learning Center , the library, and the Center for Advising will be available to students on campus during the summer term. More information about dates and registration is available at

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