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Two summer school sessions slated this year at Cuesta 

Six and eight week session offered

Cuesta College North County Campus.

Cuesta College North County Campus.

–Cuesta College is gearing up for two summer school sessions, and students can now view the hundreds of courses being offered at the college’s three locations.

Cuesta College’s six-week summer program begins June 13 and runs through July 22; the eight week summer session also begins June 13 and ends August 5. Courses are currently listed on Cuesta College’s Class Finder; priority registration begins April 20 and general registration opens April 29. Students can apply and register online via the college’s Getting Started page.

This year’s summer school sessions include more than 300 course sections for students to choose from. Many are transferable to the CSU and UC systems.

Courses are available on the main campus in San Luis Obispo, North County Campus in Paso Robles and South County Center in Arroyo Grande. Day and evening courses are being offered, as well as online classes. Course topics include English, mathematics, biological and physical sciences, business, art, music, social sciences, psychology, communications, history, nutrition, kinesiology, film, theatre, early childhood education and more. Classes are $46 per unit.

For more information on the summer sessions, go to www.cuesta.edu and click on “Summer Starts at Cuesta,” or call (805) 546-3140.

 

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