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How to Enroll in Summer Session: Visitors

Find out how to register for Summer Session classes if you're not a current UC San Diego student.

Note to non-UC international students:

Read about international student programs at UC San Diego Extension.

How to apply:

1. Make sure you're eligible.

You can enroll in Summer Session if you fit in one of these categories and do not have outstanding fees on any UC San Diego account:

  • Are a UCSD employee
  • Are an admitted fall student at UCSD or another UC campus
  • Have completed high school or are at least 18 years old
  • Are currently enrolled in a college, including another UC campus, and can return to your home campus for the next fall academic term
  • Current high school student with a minimum 3.3 GPA (see Summer Session website for eligibility requirements)

2. Understand Summer Session policies and procedures.

  • Visit the Summer Session website to read important information regarding enrollment, enrollment schedule, fees, deadlines, refunds, and more. You're responsible for knowing this information.
  • If you're currently enrolled in a college, including another UC campus, contact your home campus for information on transferring units, or visit the ASSIST website.

3. Find classes and get approvals.

  • Go to the Schedule of Classes to see a list of Summer Session courses and their fees. Make sure you check for prerequisites and restriction codes.
  • If you plan to enroll in more than 15 credits, you must get approval from the Summer Session director.

4. Apply for Summer Session.

Note: If you miss an enrollment deadline, you must pay a late fee.

5. Enroll in classes.

Use WebReg to enroll in classes after you successfully submit your application.

Note: If you miss an enrollment deadline, you must pay a late fee.

6. Pay your fees.

Your registration in Summer Session is complete when you pay your fees. For information, see Summer Session Fees and Payment.