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5. Attend Classes Online and Succeed

After you have paid your summer basic tuition and fees (or you qualified to postpone paying these charges by completing the financial aid online summer counseling session), the SDSU Office of the Registrar will automatically register you for two three-unit FAST classes. The session is July 6 to August 9, 2017.

If only one remedial course is required, you also will be enrolled in a General Education course: REL S 101, World Religions.

You may view your schedule online in your WebPortal account.


How to Succeed

  • Attend and participate live in the Collaborate Classroom (as directed by your instructor(s)
  • Read the syllabus closely for instructions specific to your course(s). Note that there are requirements for online attendance that are listed on your syllabus. Plan your summer accordingly.
  • Take advantage of the live online sessions in your course each week. You are strongly encouraged to attend these sessions to succeed. Attendance in some of the live sessions will be required. Review your syllabus for details.

Books

Don't wait until the first day of your course to purchase books. Specific information about the books you need and instructions will be provided in the SDSU Blackboard site for ordering your books.

Your books may be purchased online through the SDSU Bookstore's Ship to Home service. Select SDSU-Summer to find the booklist for the FAST courses. FAST online participants receive free shipping for the textbooks used for this program. Enter the coupon code "2017" in the coupon/comments box on the payment processing website. If you have any questions about your order, you can contact the SDSU Bookstore online ordering department at 866-388-7378.


Disability Services

If you had an IEP or 504 plan in high school, you are encouraged to continue using accommodations in college. Admitted SDSU students who require reasonable accommodations to take part in the FAST program at San Diego State University (on-campus or online) should provide disability documentation to Student Disability Services as soon as possible. Medical Verification and the Application for Services forms can be downloaded from the SDS website. Completed documents may be submitted by regular mail or by fax to (619) 594-4315.