May-June Intersession 2018
May-June Intersession runs between May 21 - June 8, 2018.
Provost Graduation Initiative
The Provost Graduation Initiative is for Fresno State students close to graduating. Qualified students may be eligible to receive funding from the Division of Continuing and Global Education toward eligible Summer coursework. For details, click here.
To download the May-June Intersession 2018 course list (PDF), click here.
NOTE: Enrollment freezes April 17-19. The final course list will be posted on April
20 and enrollment resumes for Intersession on that date.
Need help finding GE classes? A listing of GE classes (PDF) is linked here.
The Division of Continuing and Global Education has authored this list of student FAQs for May-June Intersession. This sheet is available for your reference and general guidance. CGE reserves the right to modify information and correct errors without notice.
Intersession occurs in the three-week period between semesters. The timeframe allows students to concentrate on one course without interruptions, demands of other classes or other activities. Students are able to maximize academic success and accelerate their time to degree completion.
Important dates and deadlines for May-June Intersession 2018:
- March 19, 2018. View the May-June Intersession 2018 course list on the web.
- March 19 - April 16, 2018. Enrollment begins. Registration fees are $290 per unit and are due by April 16, 2018. To enroll in the class of your choice, go to my.fresnostate.edu.
- April 17, 2018. Students are dropped for non-payment.
- April 17 - 19, 2018. Enrollment freezes. Students are not able to enroll, as administrative decisions are made.
- April 20, 2018. List of courses with sufficient enrollment (Go/No-Go Decisions) is available on the website.
- April 20 - May 21, 2018. Immediate Pay Registration; fees are due within 24 hours of registering for class.
- May 21, 2018. Classes begin.
- May 28, 2018. University holiday.
- June 8, 2018. Classes end.
Students who fail to attend class may receive a failing grade unless they formally drop the class.
No drops are allowed after the fourth calendar day. Students who have a serious and compelling reason and who wish to drop on the fifth calendar day or later may petition to drop with a grade of “W.” Pick up a Request for Record Adjustment in the Division of Continuing and Global Education or obtain the form online, click here. Submit the request to the Admissions, Records and Evaluations Office in the Joyal Building, Room 106.
Students who drop the course prior to the start date of the course can receive a full refund. If you withdraw on or after the first class meeting of a face-to-face class, 65 percent of fees collected can be refunded until 25 percent of the course time has elapsed. For online and arranged classes lasting 5 days or more, 65 percent of fees collected can be refunded until 25 percent of the class has elapsed. After 25 percent of the course time has elapsed, no refund will be made. There is no refund for classes meeting fewer than 5 sessions or lasting fewer than 5 days, once the class has begun. No refund is made unless requested by the student, except for cancelled classes which are refunded automatically.