Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Extended and International Education has suspended all in-person services. Students can still contact us remotely by emailing email@example.com or accessing our Live Chat Service at sonoma.education/livechat for further assistance. Please note that our fax number is temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience. You may leave a message via our voice message hotline: (707) 238-4723
Late Registration Information
|Form: Online Late Registration Form|
|Late registration begins||Wed, May 20|
|Late registration hours||Mon-Fri, 8am-noon only|
|Late registration fees||Due at the time of registration|
During late registration, we will only be able to accept registration forms during the late registration hours (Monday-Friday, 8am-noon only). All late registration fees are due at the time of registration. Once we have completed your registration and enrolled you in your course(s), you will receive an email from us directing you to pay your summer fees. Once you receive the email, your fees must be paid by 4pm that day to complete your registration or you will be dropped from the course(s).
We're In This Together!
Due to the current international health crisis, we know affording classes may be harder than ever. In order to help, we have discounted our Summer Session courses by 20%*. And we've moved all of our classes online to help you stay safe and healthy.
Don't worry, your fees will be adjusted for the discount.
The difference will be credited to your account.
*Undergraduate course base fee $280/unit (discounted rate). Graduate-level course base fee $320/unit (discounted rate). Additional fees may apply. Please see the SEIE online catalog at sonoma.edu/exed/catalogs for individual course fees. Prices listed reflect the discount. Discount is not applicable to Professional Development, Excel, EMBA, Spanish MA, FNP and CNECM/CPOST classes. Additional exclusions may apply (contact us for details).
Many courses offered may be counted toward lower and upper division GE requirements. Summer Session and Winter Intersession courses offer SSU continuing students units in residence, the same as courses taken during the academic terms. Some of the resident courses fulfill General Education (GE) requirements. Look for the GE symbol in the course description.
During both Summer and Winter Intersession SSU opens its door to high school students, all college students, and working professionals. We invite you to come and study with us; no formal admission required.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our office has moved to telecommuting only operations and we are unable to accept credit card payments over the phone. During this time, please complete this online Open Door Late Registration Form (available between Monday - Friday, from 8am-noon only) or contact us and let us know the class(s) you would like to take, your name, contact info and we will get back to you when we can register and collect payment from you. Thank you very much for your understanding.
How to register:
- Complete the online Open Door Late Registration Form (available between Monday-Friday, from 8am-noon only)
Here are the ways to contact us: