Priority registration for summer is April 13 and 14. General registration for summer is April 18 through May 6. Classes begin June 20 for both the 10-week session and the first five-week session.
Students who sign up for classes during priority registration will be entered in a drawing to receive a summer term T-shirt. In addition, students who enroll in summer courses during the first week of regular registration will be entered into a separate drawing for one of 200 summer term 2016 T-shirts.
The summer term can give students a fast pass to graduation. To help students complete their degree and reach graduation sooner, the university substantially increased summer course offerings with a focus on bottleneck courses and general education requirements. Evening course options also have been expanded.
To make the summer term even more attractive, Cal Poly Pomona significantly reduced tuition fees compared to last year. The more classes a student takes, the larger the savings. In some cases, it’s even cheaper to take courses during summer session than during the regular academic year. Financial aid is also available.