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Registration

 

How to Apply​

COURSE APPLICATION IS A FOUR-STEP PROCESS.

  1. Select the course you wish to take and review the Required Application Materials section on the course’s page.
  2. Prepare the materials listed for each course. In some cases, you may need to arrange an audition with the course coordinator.
  3. ​Apply online and upload the materials by the corresponding deadline. Do not send your application materials or fees to the course coordinator.
  4. If you are applying for scholarship assistance, you will also need to prepare your financial documentation at the time of course application. Review the information on the Scholarships page before you begin the application process. Once you complete your course application, you will be directed to the online scholarship application. 

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REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

Requirements for admission vary by course. Please carefully review the Required Application Materials and Who Should Take This Class sections for each course you are interested in. Students may apply for and enroll in only one course per two-week session. Course dates may not overlap.

Enrollment in a course is subject to:

  1. Receipt of your completed online registration and application materials
  2. Approval by the course coordinator
  3. Full payment of applicable fees upon acceptance.

ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION

Applicants will be notified by email within one week following the course application deadline. Applicants will receive an email stating that they have been accepted, not accepted, or have been placed on the waitlist. In case of waitlist placement, applicants will be notified as soon as possible if they are confirmed for a spot in the course.

Upon acceptance into the course, enrollment and materials fees (if applicable) are due to the Summer Arts registration office. You must complete the​ steps above to be admitted to the Summer Arts program.​

COLLEGE CREDIT UNITS/TRANSCRIPTS​

All CSU Summer Arts​ courses offer three to six units of transferable college credit. Undergraduate or graduate credit is earned through Fresno State. Courses offered at CSU Summer Arts may be repeated. If you are a California resident, you may take a second CSU Summer Arts course (up to six units) with no additional enrollment fee.

You must apply for a transcript at the end of your workshop to have the units transferred to your home campus. You will receive instructions about how to order a transcript at the end of your course.