In most cases, yes. However, please call the College of Extended Learning at (909) 537-5975 to confirm.
Students can seek financial aid from outside sources, including banks, credit unions, employers, government programs and other private funding sources. No financial assistance is offered directly from CSUSB. (https://choice.fastproducts.org/FastChoice/home/114200/)
Permanent records are kept in the CSUSB Records, Registration & Evaluation Office. You may obtain a copy of your transcript from that office for a nominal fee. Unofficial grade mailers are available upon request.
Yes, you simply need a letter of permission from your home school.
Yes. Open University enables you to enroll even if you have previously been disqualified. The grades earned through the Open University program may help you raise your grade point average.
Yes. A maximum of 36 units through Open University can be applied toward a Bachelor's degree and 13 units toward a Master's degree (subject to approval by the applicable academic department).
It depends. If you want to become a full-time student, you should apply for admission to the university. However, during the admission process you may enroll in one or more university courses through the Open University program.
No. Full payment is required at the time of registration.
The College of Extended Learning does not maintain waiting lists. Please check with the department responsible for the course for further information.
Most courses published in the quarterly CSUSB Schedule of Classes are available to you through the Open University program if space is available; however, you must have completed the necessary prerequisites, if applicable, and receive the consent of the instructor. Refer to the University Bulletin for identification of prerequisites.
A library card will be issued upon payment of course fees. (This card will expire at the conclusion of the quarter enrolled.) Many activities are available to you as an Open University student at little or no charge. No health services are available.