Winter session enrollment now open

Looking to speed up your path to graduation -- or simply want to learn something new over the holidays? Registration is now open to students and the general public for winter session classes at SF State.

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Winter session classes at SF State allow students to move toward graduation more quickly.

Up to four units from winter session can be applied to a degree. Students often opt to take upper division courses and classes in impacted majors or add an elective that can move them closer to completing their degree.

"Winter session is a good opportunity for students to take a major requirement or elective they were unable to get into during fall," said Jose Galvan, associate vice president and dean of the College of Extended Learning and International Affairs. "By taking advantage of the more than 40 classes being offered, students can move toward graduation more quickly."

No formal application process is required to sign up for winter session classes, which are offered by the College of Extended Learning in two sessions. The first session will take place Dec. 22 through Jan. 17 and will include both online classes and online/in-person hybrid classes. The second session runs from Jan. 3 through Jan. 17, with courses offered in person at both the main and downtown campuses. SF State's spring 2015 session classes start on Jan. 26.


For more information, please visit the winter session home page.


-- University Communications