The Chronicle is attempting to decipher messages coming from the school of administration regarding the number of units students may take in the Fall quarter 2012.
Every student received on an email May 12: This message is to inform you about a change the university will be implementing for Fall 2012 registration.
In light of the continuing uncertainty of the State budget and the likelihood that CSUSB may face additional budget reductions, we plan to make a change in registration for Fall 2012. Like a number of other CSU campuses, we will be temporarily restricting the number of units for which students can register to a maximum of 17 during the upcoming fall registration. We are committed to serving you and ensuring you make progress towards your degree.
The Chronicle received the following information from Olivia Rosas, associate vice president of enrollment services: students don’t have to pay more if they enroll in more than 17 units.
They would need to meet the GPA criteria and get approval from their department/major in order to enroll for additional units.
The cost will remain the same, not a additional $700 for a 4 unit course as indicated in our article “New 17 unit cap imposed on students Fall 2012.”
In addition, students should expect a 9.1 percent increase of student fees in Fall 2012.