Cross Enrollment Program
If you are a California Community College (CCC) or University of California (UC) undergraduate student, you can request enrollment in individual SDSU courses through the Cross Enrollment Program.
SDSU students interested in taking a course at a California Community College (CCC) or University of California (UC) campus through cross enrollment should contact the campus they would like to attend.
About The Program
Undergraduate students enrolled in the California Community Colleges, California State University, or the University of California may enroll at one of the other two institutions via the Cross Enrollment Program without formal admission and without payment of additional State University fees.
Steps to Cross Enroll
The Cross Enrollment Program is open to undergraduate students only. Graduate students and students pursuing a second bachelor's degree are not eligible.
To be eligible, you must:
- Have completed at least one term at your home campus as an admitted student*
- Be enrolled for at least 6 units at your home campus for the current term
- Have a grade point average of 2.0 (grade of C) or higher for all college work completed
- Have paid tuition and fees at your home campus for the current term
- Have completed appropriate academic preparation as determined by SDSU
- Meet California residency requirements as determined by your home campus
- Be in good academic standing at SDSU
*ROTC students must be enrolled at the home campus, but may participate in cross enrollment without having completed at least one term at their home campus.
Academic advising is available only at your home campus. You are encouraged to obtain advising from an adviser to ensure the SDSU course you plan to take will meet transfer back to your home campus.
- Review the SDSU Class Schedule
- Select term and the campus you plan to attend
- Note: SDSU operates on a semester schedule. Students who attend campuses on a quarter
schedule should review the table below.
Home Campus Enrollment SDSU Enrollment Fall Quarter Fall Semester Winter Quarter Spring Semester Spring Quarter Spring Semester Spring or Summer Quarter Summer Session
- Note: SDSU operates on a semester schedule. Students who attend campuses on a quarter schedule should review the table below.
- You may search by subject and course number, or browse by Course Subject, Department, or College.
- Pay close attention to available seats. Course enrollment is on a space-available basis and requests for cross enrollment in courses with no open seats will not be processed.
- Cross enrollment courses may not be audited.
- Students may not request cross enrollment in graduate-level courses (600-level or above).
- Complete the student portion of the Application for Cross Enrollment online. Be sure to review the Policies and Procedures for Cross Enrollment on the second page. After completing all required information, click the blue "Click to Sign" button at the bottom of the page.
- You will be prompted to enter the name and email of the appropriate approver at your
home campus, as well as the name and email of the course instructor. Once you have
entered the requested information, click the blue "Click to Sign" button at the bottom
of the page.
- Contact your home campus for approver information before starting this process.
- Contact information for SDSU faculty is available in the Online Directory. If you are unable to find an instructor's contact information, contact the academic department offering the course for assistance.
- Evidence of completion of course prerequisites may be required by the course instructor. Be prepared to show the instructor a transcript if requested.
- After submitting your form, you will be emailed a link to verify your identity and validate your signature. The email will be sent from Adobe Sign ([email protected]) with the subject line "Please confirm your signature on Application for Cross Enrollment." You must complete the validation step in this email to submit your form and route it for approval.
- Home campus and instructor approval for cross enrollment is valid for only the specified term. Home campus and instructor approval does not complete the cross enrollment process, you must submit the approved form as specified in the following step.
Submit your approved form to the Office of the Registrar. The Office of the Registrar will review your request within 3 business days. You will be notified by email of your enrollment status.
Applications for Cross Enrollment are accepted beginning one-week prior to the start of classes through the end of the fifth day of classes.
|Term||Start of Classes||Application Submission Period|
|Fall 2021||August 23, 2021||August 16 - August 27, 2021|
|Spring 2022||January 18, 2022||January 11 - January 25, 2022|
Once the Office of the Registrar has confirmed your enrollment, you are a student at SDSU and held to campus policies and deadlines.
- All SDSU communication will be sent to your SDSUid email. Contact the SDSU Computing Hub Helpdesk for assistance with your SDSUid.
- Familiarize yourself with the Academic Calendar for the term in which you are enrolling.
- Review SDSU's Student and Academic Policies.
- Cross enrolled students who wish to drop a course must contact the SDSU Office of the Registrar before the schedule adjustment deadline to drop a course.
- Review the policies and procedures for withdrawing.
- Course forgiveness can be requested through your SDSU WebPortal if you previously took the Cross Enrollment course at SDSU as a matriculated student and left SDSU in good academic standing.
- Cross enrollment courses earn SDSU residence credit. The associated units and grade points will be included in the SDSU grade point average and will affect SDSU academic status.
- Participation in student activities or use of the SDSU student union is subject to limitations set by SDSU.
- Use of SDSU Student Health Services is limited to treatment of emergencies.
- You are responsible for SDSU campus parking fees and regulations. SDSU parking permits are available through the Parking Portal.
You will not be charged additional state university fees. However, there is a non-refundable $52 administration fee. You may also be responsible for additional course-specific fees may apply, such as lab or materials fees.
You are responsible for payment of all fees even if you drop or withdraw from the course.
Financial aid is available only through your home campus. Students eligible for Veterans, Rehabilitation, Social Security, and other federal, state or county benefits must secure eligibility certification through their home campus. Units taken at both campuses may be combined to establish financial aid eligibility.
After the Course Has Ended
Records of courses taken through cross enrollment at SDSU will be maintained by SDSU. You are responsible for ordering your SDSU transcript to be sent to your home campus.