If you are interested in taking classes at MLML, follow these steps:
Choose an MLML class using the Class Schedule.
- View the class description and prerequisites using the Class Catalog. If you are not sure if you meet the class prerequisites, contact the instructor. The instructor may require transcripts to confirm completion of prerequisites or may waive prerequisites if he or she feels your experience and coursework has adequately prepared you for the class.
Obtain permission from the instructor to take the class.
- After you receive instructor permission to register in the class, you must request an MLML account.
- After you submit this request, the MLML IT Department will create an account for you, and email you your username and password. Once you receive this information, you must reserve space in the desired MLML class via Sandbar.
- Finally, you must officially register in the class through a CSU campus. If you are a CSUMB or SJSU graduate or undergraduate student, the MLML Graduate Coordinator will email you the needed permission codes to enroll in the course. All students are required to register through a CSU consortium campus and pay registration fees to the CSU campus. Those not enrolled at a CSU consortium campus will be dropped from class at MLML. Registration instructions vary by CSU campus and academic status. To learn more about the CSU regitration process and fees, click on the link that most accurately describes your academic status:
I am a current undegraduate or graduate student at CSU Fresno, San Jose State University, CSU Monterey Bay, San Francisco State University, CSU Stanislaus, or Sacramento State University.
- I am a current undergraduate or graduate student at CSU East Bay.
I am a current undergradaute or graduate student at a University of California or California Community College.
- I am a current student undergraduate or graduate student at Hopkins Marine Station, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Naval Postgraduate School, or Stanford University.
- I am not currently a student.