Winter Session 2022
- Course Dates: December 16, 2021 - January 13, 2022
- Registration information coming soon!
There’s some important information for you to note before you register for Winter Session courses. Please see the requirements and policies below to ensure you’re getting the most out of Winter Session.
Winter Session Credit
Credit earned during Winter Session is considered resident credit and included in your SDSU grade point average. All grades are also included in your SDSU transcripts.
Winter Session fees are $282 per unit.
Financial Aid Information
No separate financial aid is available for Winter Session. Please contact the Financial Aid department for any FA related questions.
Enrollment is open to current SDSU students, students from other colleges and universities, high school graduates, and working professionals. International students already admitted to SDSU may enroll, but students from other institutions have to maintain their visa status at their home institution and have to meet the SDSU TOEFL requirement (currently, a passing score is 80 iBT/550 paper or higher).
Undergraduate students who have been disqualified from SDSU will not be allowed to attend Winter Session or classes through the SDSU Global Campus Special Sessions until one year from the date of their disqualification. Graduate students will not be allowed for one semester following disqualification.
You may enroll in a maximum of 3 units during Winter Session.
General Education Requirements
Some courses fulfill General Education (GE) requirements as shown in the SDSU General Catalog.
Course prerequisites are listed in the SDSU General Catalog. It’s your responsibility to ensure that you meet all course prerequisites prior to registering for a class. Failure to meet course prerequisites will not be accepted as a justification for a refund of fees.
How to Register
You can register online through the SDSU Global Campus website or by secure email. Please visit our registration information page for the latest information regarding registration.
SDSU Nondiscrimination Policy
The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, or religion in its programs and activities, including admission and access. Federal and state laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the California Equity in Higher Education Act, prohibit such discrimination. For more information, please see the SDSU Nondiscrimination Policy.