Here are some answers to frequently asked questions regarding Extension and International Programs. If you don't find an answer to your particular question on this page, please feel free to contact us for more information.
All graduating students must submit a Study Plan/Request for Certificate in order to receive a certificate. Please submit the form after you have completed the last class of the program. Your certificate will be mailed to you in approximately 4-6 weeks.
Yes! Many classes can be taken individually or as part of a certificate program. You may want to take one class, and then decide to move forward to earn a certificate. The choice is yours!
We are not authorized to issue I-20s for part-time study. In general, non-credit certificate programs do not qualify as full-time study. If you are here on an I-20 and are a full-time student in a U.S. school, you can take classes in a certificate program, but it would be in addition to your full-time study.
The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized uniform unit of measurement to record individual participation in non-credit academic, professional development educational and training programs. It is based upon attendance in non-degree non-credit academic classes of continuing professional education programs sponsored by organizations following the guidelines established by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
The hour equivalency for reporting education and training to professional and state licensing organizations is: ten (10) hours of instruction = 1.0 CEU or one (1) hour of instruction = 0.1 CEU.
The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed significant non-credit educational and career enhancement experiences. The CEU is also used for licensed professionals such as nurses, engineers, fiduciaries, social workers, etc., who are required to submit proof of continuing education and professional development activity in order to maintain their license.
For organizations to award CEUs, they must follow the criteria and guidelines set forth by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1620 I Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006
For more information: http://www.fullerton.edu/admissions/CurrentStudent/Transcripts.asp
Unofficial transcripts are available through Titan Online via the Student Portal. The first time a student accesses the portal, they should login using their CWID and PIN. Once they login, they will create a personalized username and password that will be required each time they access the portal.
Note: All official transcripts are handled through A & R, including those for EIP Classes.
Select a certificate program, select a course from the schedule and the dates and times will be shown. Click "Learn More" to get more details, including the cost. If dates and times are not listed for the course you selected, the course is not being offered in the current term.
EIP provides information that may qualify students to participate in a variety of financial assistance programs. For more information on financial assistance programs, click here .
Under the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, taxpayers may be eligible to claim a non-refundable Hope Scholarship or a Lifetime Learning Credit against their federal income taxes click here for more information.
You may be able to use funds, if your scholarship or grant stipulates that the funds can be used towards Extension and International Programs classes. Contact the source of your scholarship or grant to be certain. Make checks payable to CSUF. Please Contact Us for more information.
Select a certificate program, select a course from the schedule and the dates and times will be shown. Sometimes there is more than one offering of the course. If dates and times are not listed for the course you selected, the course is not being offered in the current term, in which case you are welcome to click on "Notify Me" and fill out the requested contact information to be notified the next time the class is offered.
To avoid unnecessary parking fines, it is important to ensure you are parking in the correct location and have obtained a permit if necessary. For more details regarding parking, please visit the Parking Information section on this website. If you have additional questions, please call us at (657) 278-2611. We appreciate the opportunity to be of service.
We highly recommend that you register no later than one to two weeks prior to the start date of each class in order to ensure your seat in the class. Please note:
Depending on availability, prerequisites, and/or approvals, there is no limit on the number of EIP classes you can take during a term (Spring, Summer, Fall). However, if you have specific questions, please call us at (657) 278-2611, or Contact Us.