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Enrollment dates approaching for Spring 2013

California State University, Stanislaus enrollment for Spring 2014 classes is approaching. Registration is available at the assigned appointed advising time.
Due to enrollment management,   CSU Stanislaus has been forced to limit the amount of units students  it can enroll.
Students can enroll in 12 units on the first pass of registration and no more than 17 units for the second pass of registration
Students who have submitted an Application for Graduation for Spring 2014 may be granted an exception to the 17-unit limit.
With the new unit cap per semester lowered to 17, students are forced to assess what classes will impact their degree.
“I didn’t know there was a lowered cap number on the amount of units we can take now,” Sara Martinez (senior, Economics) said. “I need to graduate so I guess I’m going to have to narrow down my class selection to strictly what I need.”
“I guess we’re just going to have to be a bit more selective with what classes we get into if we want to still graduate on time.”
CSU Stanislaus will offer Winter intersession classes between the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters. The intersession courses are three weeks long and are offered to all students through Extended Education.
The Winter intersession schedule is available and registration begins Nov. 4. Seats are available on a first come first serve basis.
Winter intersession will run Jan. 2 through Jan. 22.
Units for Winter intersession are $322 per unit with a max of five units for the session.
“A lot of us can benefit from Winter session because I know some of us use the intersession to catch up on classes or to get ahead, so either way it’s a win-win situation,” Cody Chambers (junior, Accounting) said.
“It’s kind of expensive to attend intersession because I know my family struggles to pay from out of pocket for those classes because there’s no FAFSA available but it’s worth it.”
For updated listings of the courses offered for Winter and Spring see the catalog of class schedules on csustan.edu.

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