September 30, 2009

SSU Will Offer 12-week Summer Term in 2010

The School of Extended Education will move forward with planning for the 12-week 2010 summer term calendar and session in light of recent decisions by CSU Chancellor Charles Reed and President ArmiƱana to allow the program to run through the self-supported School of Extended Education.

The 2010 summer term offers three, six and twelve week sessions. Unique to this term is the offering of three 3-week sessions that are similar to the 3-week intersessions offered by Extended Education in January and August. They will provide as many options for teachers to teach and students to take SSU classes during the summer as possible.

One enhanced feature of the 3-week summer sessions is that students will be able to stay in their campus housing for three or more additional weeks after spring term.

The School of Extended Education is responsible for programming courses that have been approved for the summer term by the department chairs and deans of the academic schools on campus, registering students, hiring and paying faculty and running the summer term for the university.

For more information, contact Summer Term Director Barbara Brooks at
(707) 664-2691 or

Jean Wasp
Media Relations Coordinator
University Affairs
(707) 664-2057