In a first for Cal Poly Humboldt and to advance student success, the University is offering two free summer session classes for undergraduate students currently enrolled in a degree program.
In a first for Cal Poly Humboldt, the University is offering two free summer session classes for undergraduate students currently enrolled in a degree program.
Free summer session units are being made available to advance student success, particularly in an effort to close equity gaps, support first- and second-year student success, increase the success of transfer students, bring back stopped out students, and offer targeted courses that historically have high drop and fail rates to give students an opportunity to catch up.
“This is an incredible moment now that we have transitioned from HSU to Cal Poly Humboldt,” says Carmen Works, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs. “This summer our students have an opportunity to engage in a robust and meaningful curriculum through a free summer session. This will allow students to either jump start their academic career or progress in their degree program. Summer is an important and valuable time for our students and we are very excited to offer this free of charge.”
The program also allows students to fulfill prerequisites and GE requirements, potentially graduate sooner, and makes room for them to take elective courses during spring and fall semesters. Students could save more than $2,300 by taking two summer courses.
Summer session at Cal Poly Humboldt is available to anyone who would like to take college courses. The regular course fees are $289 per unit. Only undergraduate students who are enrolled in a degree program at Cal Poly Humboldt are eligible for the summer tuition/fee waiver.
Registration for summer session opens Monday, April 11. Cal Poly Humboldt students can register for summer session classes through their Student Center.
Learn about course offerings, registration, fees & deadlines, and summer class schedule here.