Benefits of Summer Enrollment
- Get additional financial aid
- Graduate sooner
- Advance sooner to the next class level and qualify for more financial aid
Summer aid available: Federal Pell Grants, Summer Assistance Grant (SAG), Graduate Initiative Grant (GIG), and federal student and parent loans to assist students with summer fees. Other types of additional summer financial aid may be available for students who qualify. Summer 2018 financial aid information will be available on-line at Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships March 1, 2018.
New this year! Year-round grant available.
Students who have not received 100% of their Pell Grant as a full time student for the academic year may receive the remaining eligibility for summer. Students who have exceeded 100% of their Pell Grant as a full time student for the academic year and is enrolled at least half time during summer quarter can qualify for Pell Grant 2.
There will be a Summer Assistance Grant (SAG) offered to assist students with summer fees. Eligibility for SAG will be based on the same criteria used to determine the eligibility and amount of State University Grant (SUG).
Additionally, there will be a Graduation Initiative Grant (GIG) available to seniors who have filed a graduation check for summer 2018 or fall 2018.
Please go to the Financial Aid tab for details. Other types of additional summer financial aid may be available for students who qualify.
Access to High-Demand Courses
Offering the courses students need to get ahead or to stay on track for graduation.
Savings on Tuition
Same great classes at a lower price when taking 4 units.
By taking advantage of summer session, students will move forward faster to their graduation goals.