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harwarda Said,
December 3rd, 2013 @11:07 am  

That seems really cheap! Isn’t it the same price as the credits the rest of the year?

For a real answer, you’ld have to talk to the taxpayers. California state universities used to be just about free to residents. But the taxpayers decided they didn’t want to support education any more. So the state legislature keeps cutting the budget to higher education. The schools have to pay the faculty and pay for electricity somehow.

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ddominic Said,
December 3rd, 2013 @11:16 am  

Classes are always expensive at the university level. If you are taking general education classes then I suggest take them at a community college during the summer. The classes will still count and are transferable to CSUF. Then in the fall you can take classes at CSUF

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Rick Said,
December 3rd, 2013 @11:52 am  

That’s the same price the charged Spring 2013.

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maliboo_girl Said,
December 3rd, 2013 @12:08 pm  

There are actually 4 tuition fee schedules for summer at the Cal States. I believe the campus can choose which ones to use. The basic undergrad per unit fee is $286 for 6.1+ units and $388 for 6 or less total units. But also, there is a total cost for less than 6 units, and another cost for more than 6.1+, so in those cases, the per unit cost varies greatly. Grad and professional programs have a different per unit cost. Early Start and Extended Education have different per unit costs.

Cal State summer fee schedules: http://www.calstate.edu/budget/student-fees/mandatory-fees/2013-summer-feeschedules.shtml

Fullerton has Open University, which is $335 per unit, but it’s not the same as the regular program, it’s for those who aren’t in a degree program at Fullerton but want to take classes for academic credit, and other requirements/situations. http://www.ou.fullerton.edu

Cal State LA does charge a non-resident fee ($248 additional per unit) for summer 2013. I don’t know about the Cal States you mentioned, but if you are a non-resident, check into it to be sure. I know that Fullerton charges a non-resident fee for certain teaching and grad programs this summer.

Cal State LA summer 2013 http://www.calstatela.edu/univ/finaid/COAsummer.php

The summer classes at the Cal State are the same cost as during the school year, it just depends on the specific fee schedule they choose to use, and if there is non-resident fee (which there seems to be for the regular programs, but as summer school is different than during the year, they may be allowed differences).

Good luck!

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