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Division of Continuing and Global Education


Most registration is through your My Fresno State Portal but some courses/workshops/programs have specific procedures for registration/drops/refunds. Please review the table below for detailed information.

Registration for Veterans

Veteran students who are attending school and wish to use their Montgomery GI Bill should first contact the Veterans Resource Center.
Veterans Resource Center

Required Student Training

All Fresno State students are required to complete Sexual Violence Prevention Training.
Training Modules


Programs with Specific Procedures

Open University

California State University, Fresno’s Open University Program permits you, as a member of the general community, to take University classes after regularly enrolled students have registered and when there is still space available in the class.

Non-Credit Workshops

Professional Development workshops are short, non-credit courses open to community members. Most workshops are offered during nights, weekends, or online.


The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Fresno State offers learning opportunities to those age 50 and better. No entrance requirements, tests, grades, or papers – just learning for the sake of learning!

Winter and Summer

Earn academic credit between semesters with Winter Intersession, Spring Intersession, and Summer Session! Courses are open to everyone!

Study Abroad

Study abroad is a transformative experience that is considered high-impact learning, which is conducive to success in an increasingly diversified and global economy. Learn more about study abroad opportuntities. 


A dual-enrollment program that allows high school students to earn Fresno State college credit for approved high school courses.