College of Professional & International Education
  • ​IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is transitioning to fully online classes during the May Intersession 2020. Online classes may include synchronous and asynchronous instruction including some technology-enhanced alternative modalities. Therefore, there will be no course sections offered in a face-to-face instructional mode during this upcoming term.

    Courses originally scheduled to include face-to-face or hybrid modes (combined online and face-to-face instruction), may be converted to online and/or technology-enhanced alternative modes of instruction.  If for any reason, a course cannot be delivered online, then the course may be cancelled.

    Please note: if you register for a course that indicates it is offered face-to-face, you will receive a follow-up email that will address the new delivery mode and status of your course(s) in specific detail.

    Thank you for your patience as we adapt to the best methods of serving you during these truly unprecedented times. If you have any questions or concerns, please email CPIE-Info@csulb.edu.​

    Please note: Fees are subject to change.

    For all current CSULB students, the fees are as follows:
    • Undergraduate students - $331 per unit
    • Graduate students - $405 per unit
    • Teacher credential - $378 per unit
    A $324 Campus Mandatory Fee will also be charged, which includes:
    • Associated Students Incorporated Fee: $52
    • Instructionally Related Activities Fee: $8
    • Student I.D. Card Services: $5
    • University Student Union Fee: $150
    • Student Excellence Fee: $64
    • Student Health Service Fee: $45

    Fees are due by May 13. If you register after May 13, your fees are due at the time of registration. You are encouraged to make payments immediately to confirm your registration requests. Failure to fully pay the required fees may result in cancellation of your classes.

    If you will not be attending classes, it is your responsibility to drop your classes. Financial Aid recipients may be issued a fee deferment, which may prevent the cancellation of classes. If it is determined that you are not eligible for financial aid, all tuition and fees remain your responsibility.

    Late Registration Fee

    If you register on or after the first day of the session, your Summer Session fees will include a $25 non-refundable late registration fee.

    Current CSULB students should refer to the CSULB website for fee information.

    ​In response to COVID-19, the university is transitioning to alternate delivery of classes. Click here to learn more.