BY MAIL OR FAX: Contact the Department of Extension Services at 773-995-2214 for a mail in/fax registration form. Mail the extension registration form to the Department of Extension Services, Chicago State University, 9501 S. King Drive, JDC 201, Chicago, Illinois 60628. You can also fax your registration form to 773-995-2941. The deadline for registering by mail or fax is January 20, 2010.
ON CAMPUS: Students registering for off-campus courses only can register in the Department of Extension Services, JDC 201 from 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. If enrolling in a combination of on-campus and off-campus courses, students must register via CSU X-press.
IN CLASS: Unless noted otherwise in the individual class information, if the course is still open, you may register at the first session of the class. However, you are strongly urged to register prior to the first class since some courses fill quickly.
ON THE WEB: Admitted students who are formally admitted into a degree, certification, or certificate program must obtain a current registration advising PIN (RAP) from their advisor during the advisement session. An advising PIN is not required for at-large students. However, course prerequisites must be met in order to register. At-large students may begin registering online during the period of November 24 through December 2, December 16 to January 13 and January 16 – 18.
FEES: Tuition is based on the status of the student, not the status of the class. Tuition is subject to change.
OFF-CAMPUS TUITION (Per Credit Hour):
|| Non-Illinois Resident
TUITION PAYMENT OPTIONS: Call the CSU Cashier’s Office directly at 773-995-2029 to pay by credit card (Discover, MasterCard or VISA.) You may also submit check or money order payments by mail to the Department of Extension Services, 9501 S. King Drive, JDC 201, Chicago, IL 60628. Write the correct course number and section number on the check or money order. Please enclose a telephone number where you can be reached, if required, on the check or money order.
INSTALLMENT PLAN: Only students registered for six hours or more are eligible for the Installment Plan. There is an additional service fee based on the installment plan selected. Students choosing the Installment Plan Option must utilize the Tuition Management Installment Plan as presented in the Fee and Payment Information section.
1. Partial refund (less than 12 hours): A partial reversal of tuition and refundable fee charges will be made to the accounts of students who reduce their credit hour load below 12 semester hours during the period beginning November 11, 2009 and ending February 2, 2010.
2. 100% refund upon complete withdrawal: A total reversal of tuition and refundable fee charges will be made upon complete formal withdrawal from the university during the period beginning November 11, 2009 and ending February 2, 2010.
3. 50% refund upon complete withdrawal: A 50% reversal of tuition and refundable fee charges will be made upon complete formal withdrawal from the university during the period beginning February 3, 2010 and ending February 16, 2010.
CLASS SIZE: The University reserves the right to limit the size of classes and to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment.
CLASS MEETING: Normally, classes meet once a week for 16 weeks. Sessions consist of 50 minutes of instruction each week for each credit hour, (i.e., a three credit hour course meets 150 minutes per week). Courses meeting for fewer than sixteen weeks compensate with more frequent and / or longer class meetings each week, as detailed in the individual class listing.
PREREQUISITES: Course prerequisites are stated in the Chicago State University Catalog or on the website: www.csu.edu/catalogs/.
GRADUATE ADMISSION APPLICATION (NON-DEGRE STUDY):
Students enrolling in graduate courses for the first time and who are not currently admitted to a graduate degree program are required to complete a graduate-at-large application. A $25 application fee must be submitted with the at-large-application. Additionally, proof of a Bachelor’s degree must be submitted with the application, (i.e., copy of a transcript illustrating an awarded degree, copy of your diploma, or state teaching certificate). Graduate-at-Large students who have not enrolled in a course at CSU within two years or more, but left in good standing, are required to apply for readmission by completing a readmit form. There is a $25 fee for readmission. Admitted students who have not attended CSU within the last two years must obtain a departmental advisor’s signature. Submit your extension registration form, at-large application or readmit form, proof of degree, tuition fee, and $25 at-large application fee to your instructor or an extension services department representative on the first day of the class, or submit to the extension services department on campus in JDC 201 if enrolling only in extension courses.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: For site confirmations, room numbers, and other courses added after the publication of this schedule, contact the Department of Extension Services at 773-995-2214.
|Andrew High School
||9001 W. 171st Street, Tinley Park / Room: S213
|Bogan High School
||3939 W. 79th Street, Chicago / Room: 121
||11255 S. Michigan, Chicago / Lower Level
|Community Mental Health Council
||8704 S. Constance, Chicago / Room: 301
|Elgin High School
||1200 Maroon Drive, Elgin / Room: 240
|Illinois Eye Institute/ Illinois College of Optometry
3240 S. Michigan/ 3241 S. Michigan, Chicago /
Room: Adams Center
|Naperville Central High School
||440 West Aurora Road, Naperville / Room 02
|Oak Lawn High School
||9400 Southwest Highway, Oak Lawn / Room: TBA
|South Suburban College & University Center
||16333 S. Kilbourn Ave. (I-57 at 167th St.), Oak Forest / Room 5160
|Taft High School
||6530 W. Bryn Mawr, Chicago /(PE Bldg.) Rm. 136
For site and/or room information, contact Extension Services at 773-995-2214 prior to the first class. You may also get site room number information by selecting the appropriate menu item at the same number.
Course meeting dates represent the official starting and ending dates of the term and not necessarily the class starting and ending dates. Classes start and end on the day indicated within the official term dates.
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