CSU students enrolled at any CSU campus have access to fully online courses at other CSU campuses through the CSU Fully Online program. To participate, undergraduates must have:
- Completed at least one term at Channel Islands and earned at least 12 units as a matriculated student.
- Attained a grade point average of 2.0 in all work completed at Channel Islands and is in good standing.
- Enrolled at Channel Islands during the period of concurrent enrollment.
- Paid tuition and fees as a full-time student (6.1 or more units).
Fall 2015 course offerings can be viewed at the California State University website.
Before enrolling in an online course at another CSU, you should consult with your academic advisor to determine how the course may apply to your degree.
FAQ for CSU Fully Online Courses
Q: How do I enroll in a CSU Fully Online course?
A: If you are ready to enroll in a CSU Fully Online course, visit your Student Center in CI Records and select the "Enroll in CourseMatch" link. For Fall 2015, the link should be available in early August.
Q: Can I take two separate classes at two separate CSU’s?
A: No. CSU Fully Online enrollment is limited to one course per student, per term.
Q: Can I take a course at a CSU campus that is on the quarter system?
A: No. If your home campus is a semester campus, you are limited to course offerings at other semester campuses.
Q: Do I need to pay additional fees for a CSU Fully Online course?
A: Students do not have to pay additional fees, however, students need to have paid full-time fees at their home campus or have enough Financial Aid to cover full-time fees (6.1 units or above) to participate.
Q: I am a part-time student (6.0 units or less). Can I participate in CSU Fully Online?
A: No. Part-time students are not eligible.
Q: Will the course I take through CSU Fully Online meet my major or general education requirements?
A: Courses taken through CSU Fully Online will transfer as at least elective credit. Consult the Transfer Evaluation System (TES) website to find out what requirement the course will meet. If courses do not transfer as expected, students may need to submit course substitutions for the classes to meet specific major, minor, general education or graduation requirements at CI. Substitution forms can be found in the Records and Registration Forms Library
Q: What if the course I want to take through CSU Fully Online has prerequisites?
A: Students are responsible for meeting the prerequisites for CSU Fully Online courses and should be prepared to provide documentation to the host campus as evidence of completing the prerequisites.
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