This program is for enrollment for undergraduate students between CSU and the University of California or California community colleges. Applications and additional information about these programs are available from the Records Office. The Cross Enrollment Program is only available during the regular sessions of the academic year and specifically excludes summer session, winter session, and extension. The deadline to submit a Cross Enrollment form is the Friday before the published Census date found in the Registration Calendar. In addition,
- Matriculated CSU, UC, or community college students, in good standing, may enroll on a "space available" basis for one baccalaureate course per term at another CSU, UC, or community college and request that a transcript of record be sent to the home campus
- It is the student's responsibility to make sure the credits have been incorporated into the official records of the home institution
- A $10* course fee is required plus a $29.52* mandatory fee. * Fees subject to change
Students enrolled at any CSU campus will have access to courses at other CSU campuses on a space available basis, unless those campuses or programs are impacted. This access is offered without students being required to be admitted formally to the host campus and sometimes without paying additional fees.
Although courses taken on any CSU campus will transfer to the student’s home CSU campus as at least elective credit, students should consult their home campus academic advisors to determine how such courses may apply to their degree programs before enrolling at the host campus. Application deadlines vary by campus. Students are encouraged to contact the host CSU campus for specific application deadlines.
Undergraduate eligibility requirements for Intrasystem Concurrent and visitor enrollment
- Student has completed at least one term and earned at least 12 units at the home campus as a matriculated student.
- Student has attained a grade point average of 2.0 in all work completed at the home campus and is in good standing.
- Student is enrolled at home campus during the period of concurrent enrollment and has paid tuition and fees as a full-time student.
Graduate eligibility requirements for Intrasystem Concurrent and visitor enrollment.
- Student has completed at least one term at the home campus as a matriculated student and will be enrolled concurrently in such status.
- Student has been admitted to or is enrolled in an authorized graduate program at the home campus.
- Student was in good standing at the last college attended.
CSU Intrasystem Concurrent Enrollment
Matriculated students in good standing may enroll at both their home CSU campus and a host CSU campus during the same term. Credit earned at the host campus is reported at the student’s request to the home campus to be included on the student’s transcript at the home campus. See FAQ below
CSU Intrasystem Visitor Enrollment
Matriculated students in good standing enrolled at one CSU campus may enroll at another CSU campus for one term. Credit earned at the host campus is reported at the student’s request to the home campus to be included on the student’s transcript at the home campus. See FAQ below
FAQ for CSU Concurrent and Visitor Enrollment
Q: Where do I pay my fees as an Intrasystem Visitor student? What about a Concurrent student?
A: Visitor students pay all fees at the host campus. Concurrent students pay fees at their home campus and fee payment must be verified before the Intrasystem Concurrent application is forwarded to the host campus.
Q: How can I receive my Financial Aid? What about my Veterans Educational benefits?
A: All Financial Aid is handled through the student’s home campus. Please contact the Financial Aid office for more information. Students eligible for veterans, rehabilitation, social security and other federal, state or county benefits must secure eligibility certification through the home campus.
Q: Are all CSU campuses participating in Intrasystem Concurrent and Visitor enrollment?
A: Intrasystem Visitor and Concurrent enrollment at other CSU campuses is on a space available basis. If a campus is impacted, they may not be accepting Intrasystem applications. Students are advised to verify that the host campus is accepting Visitor and Concurrent students for the specified term.
Q: When are Intrasystem applications due?
A: Applications for Intrasystem Concurrent and Visitor enrollment are generally due at least four (4) weeks before the start of the term, however, deadlines may differ by campus. Students are advised to verify with the host campus when applications are due for the specified term.
Q: How many terms can I attend as a Visitor or Concurrent student?
A: Approval of visitor enrollment is valid for one term only and for the term specified. Approval of concurrent enrollment is for the term specified, any additional term would require a separate application and approval.