First Day of Instruction for Spring
Arrives Monday at Cal State Fullerton
||Spring semester classes begin Monday, Feb. 2,
at Cal State Fullerton with a wide range of activities to welcome
students. Students are expected at the university’s multiple
sites, including online, as well as in classrooms equipped for
||Opening-day enrollment is projected to be 29,436
— 220 fewer students than arrived for the first day of
spring 2003. If the typical pattern holds, enrollment should
rise in the coming weeks. Last spring, enrollment climbed from
the opening-day figure of 29,656 to 31,543 by census, six weeks
after the semester had begun. The opening-day projection includes
more than 3,400 students who have enrolled for classes at the
university’s El Toro Campus.
||In addition to the main campus in Fullerton and
El Toro Campus, students are taking for-credit courses at the
Irvine Spectrum (for M.B.A. candidates) and the CSUF Garden
Grove Center. Extension classes are offered at the Garden Grove
and Irvine Spectrum sites, as well as on the main campus.
||Titan Welcome Week activity highlights:
Feb. 2-3 — Information stations will be staffed from 8
a.m.-7 p.m. in and around the Titan Student Union, McCarthy
Hall, Engineering and Computer Science buildings and the Quad.
Feb. 4 — Students at the university’s El Toro Campus
will be treated to snacks in the campus courtyard prior to afternoon
and evening classes.
Feb. 4-5 — Discoverfest invites students to inquire about
campus organizations and clubs. Tables in the Quad are staffed
from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Feb. 5 — Moonlight Madness, co-sponsored with Associated
Students Games and Recreation, offers students free food, billiards
and bowling from 7-10 p.m. in the Titan Student Union.