Students are using the extra vacation time provided by the extended spring term to get jobs and catch up on units.
The $10.5 million Administrative Information System (AIS), LancerPoint will be available for the summer 2013 registration period according to school officials.
Much confusion and uncertainty surrounding the transferability of summer classes emerged at the Feb. 20 Associated Students Executive Board meeting.
At least 750 classes are planned for the summer term, according to officials.
Although Proposition 30 was approved by voters on Nov. 6, final plans for utilizing its windfall will not be presented until mid-December, officials said.
Two sessions will now be offered for the upcoming 2013 summer semester. Senior Vice President and Assistant Superintendent of Academic and Student Affairs Robert Bell confirmed that the summer term will be twelve weeks long and will be split into two six-week sessionsâ€”the first one starting on May 13, and the second on June 24.