CSU Fully Online is a concurrent enrollment program that allows CSU students to take one online course at another CSU campus during the fall or spring semester along with coursework at their home CSU campus and the additional units through CSU Fully Online are included in the full-time tuition. The home campus is the CSU campus where the student is admitted and currently attending and the host campus is the campus offering the CSU Fully Online course.
*Before enrolling in an online course at another CSU, consult with your academic advisor to determine how the course may apply to your degree requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
You’re eligible if:
You’ve completed at least one term at a CSU campus as a matriculated student and earned at least 12 units at that campus.
Your GPA is at least 2.0 at your campus and you are in good standing.
You are or will be enrolled at your campus during the time you’re taking a fully online class through another CSU campus.
You’ve paid all your tuition as a full-time student.
Incoming transfer students will not need to meet the 12 earned units and are eligible to enroll their first semester provided all other criteria are met.
You do not have to pay additional fees, however, you need to have paid full-time fees at your home campus or have enough dispersed Financial Aid to cover full-time fees (6.1 units or above) to participate.
The units for the CSU Fully Online course are included in your total term units and used for financial aid calculations.
While CSU Fully Online courses are intended to be provided at no additional cost, materials fees and non-resident tuition may apply. If you are paying non-resident fees at your home campus, the non-resident tuition will also apply to the host campus of the Fully Online course.
Login to your myCSUB student portal through Census Day to drop the CSU Fully Online course you are enrolled in at CSUB. If you wish to drop after the deadline, you must contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: The grade you earn in the CSU Fully Online course will become part of your permanent academic record. If you need to drop the class, follow the host campus procedures and deadlines.
You can visit extended.csub.edu to view online programs or search online degree programs at calstateonline.net.
*To transfer to an online degree program offered through CSUB Extended Education or another CSU campus you must apply for admission.