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Division of Continuing and Global Education

For Faculty

Canvas Access

The link to Canvas for Winter Intersession 2021 can be found here (check back after November 1).

Why Teach an Intersession Class?

Students benefit from additional opportunities to take coursework. Students taking courses through CGE may speed their time to graduation. Students who take high demand classes open seats for other students during other academic semesters.

When is Winter Intersession?

December 28, 2020 - January 15, 2021 (14 available days of instruction; more if classes are held on Saturdays).

Timeline for Winter Intersession 2021

  1. Course proposal forms are due to CGE by October 5, 2020. (See /courses/winter/procedures.html for instructions and link to course proposal form.)
  2. Course list is available on the web on October 23, 2020.
  3. Registration takes place October 26 - November 16, 2020; fees are due November 16. Online registration is encouraged for current class availability and confirmation of enrollment.
  4. October 15, 2020: textbook orders are due to the Kennel Bookstore for Winter Intersession 2021.
  5. November 17, 2020: students dropped for non-payment.
  6. November 17 – 19, 2020: enrollment freezes. Students are not able to enroll, as administrative decisions are made.
  7. November 20, 2020: list of courses with sufficient enrollment is posted on the CGE website.
  8. Immediate Pay Registration begins for classes declared a “go.” Students may register between November 20 and December 21 and fee payment is due within 24 hours. Payments may be made online or at Joyal Cashier Counter. 
  9. December 21, 2020: last day to register for Winter Intersession 2021 courses.
  10. December 28, 2020: Winter Intersession 2021 begins.
  11. January 15, 2021: last day of instruction for Winter Intersession 2021.
  12. January 20, 2021: Winter Intersession 2021 final grades are due.

Testing Services

The Academic Testing Center (ATC) provides testing services for Fresno State faculty and students. The Academic Testing Center hosts, proctors and grades exams for faculty. For more information, please click here for the Testing Services webpage.

The Academic Testing Center will re-open from the Holiday break on Monday, January 4, 2021.

More Information

Go to FAQscourse development and procedures, general policies, and additional information pertaining to courses/classes.