Make a Plan for Summer 2014
Summer term will provide a variety of undergraduate and graduate classes for matriculated Cal Poly students, visiting students from across the nation, new and continuing nondegree students, and students engaged in international experiences. Students can take courses from all six of Cal Poly's colleges as well as those offered by Extended Education.
|First 5 Week||Second 5 Week||8 Week||10 Week|
|First day of classes||Thu, June 19||Thu, July 24||Thu, June 19||Thu, June 19|
|Last day of classes||Wed, July 23||Tue, August 26||Thu, August 14||Tue, August 26|
|Final exams||Wed, July 23||Tue, August 26||Mon-Wed, August 18-20||Wed-Fri, August 27-29|
If you are a matriculated Cal Poly student, the focus for Summer 2014 is to offer you the opportunity to complete or accelerate progress toward your degree.
If you are currently attending another university, but are considering Cal Poly for summer 2014, you will find that the Central Coast of California offers the perfect balance of educational, cultural and recreational activities. Besides being able to study at one of California's great universities, you'll be near incredible beaches, experience the ambiance of San Luis Obispo, all while in the heart of Central Coast wine county. Registration as a visiting student is easy through Community Access.
Members of the larger community are also invited to study and learn at Cal Poly in the summer term. The more relaxed environment in summer is a great time to update skills in your current career or prepare for a new profession. Your options include enrolling in regular credit classes throught Community Access or taking noncredit classes offered either in a traditional classroom setting or online.
Need a place to stay? Not a problem. On-campus housing offers lodging in the furnished apartments of Cerro Vista. For more information, go to the Cal Poly Housing Website.