Intersession at Cal State Fullerton
Intersession 2017
Registration for CSUF students opens October 17

Intersession, the "winter session" at Cal State Fullerton, is open to Cal State Fullerton students and the public.

This year, there are 2 sessions of classes. Students are limited to 4 units for Intersession, unless special permission is granted via Request for Excess Units form.

Session Dates Length
Session A December 17 – January 20 5 weeks
Session B January 3 – January 20 3 weeks
Campus Closed:  Saturday, December 24 thru Monday, January 2 and Monday, January 16

Please note: In-person classes will not meet on Friday, December 23. In-person and online classes may have online instructional activities during the campus closure.

Important Dates

September 26 Class Schedule & Registration Guide available in Titan Online
October 17 Registration begins for CSUF students on Titan Online
  • Priority groups and Spring 2017 graduation candidates (8 a.m. - noon)
  • Seniors (begin at noon)
October 19 Registration for all other CSUF students by appointment
October 31 Registration begins at 8 a.m. for Non-CSUF students through Open University

Top 5 Reasons to Take an Intersession Course


Graduate on time (or early)

The earlier you graduate, the earlier you begin your career or graduate school.


Plenty of hard-to-get courses

No more chasing after hard-to-get courses—complete one during Intersession.


Focus on a single class

Give a class your complete attention—a luxury you won’t have during the academic year.


Accelerated format

Earn up to 4 units in as little as 3 weeks—what could you do over the break that would be that productive?


Many courses online

Many courses can be taken from the convenience of your own home.

Registration for CSUF students opens October 17

CSUF Students

Registration Guide will be available on the Admissions and Records website.

Student fee information can be found at Student Financial Services.

Non-CSUF Students

Non-CSUF Students can take Intersession classes through Open University. For more information about registration and fees, please visit the Open University website.