Since you are already enrolled at SU you know the value of your education - one that is academically rigorous and with faculty and staff dedicated to providing you an education that will help you be competitive in today's global economy. Summer is a great time to take advantage of our exceptional campus environment, the award winning Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, collegiums, and the new Eisiminger Fitness Center. Whether you are finishing your degree and entering the workforce, preparing for graduate school, or completing one of our many graduate and professional degree programs, an SU education sets you on a path for success.
If you are an undergraduate, taking summer classes is your chance to get ahead, make room for study abroad, be an exchange student, and get that internship or research experience you want - all at a great value. As a graduate student or if you are completing a certificate program, you have experienced the high quality programming SU offers. Summer session at SU offers you more of the same quality, only in shorter sessions leaving you with time to enjoy our long summer days.
On campus or near campus housing is a new option for you. Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, Housing and Residence Life will assist you in planning where you will live while you are enrolled.
Hybrid courses typically are those that involve a combination of online meetings and time in the classroom. Some will have a significant service component and/or other major requirement. Check the comments section in SUOnline.
100% online courses are more common in graduate education than undergraduate, but, we are developing new opportunities for undergraduates as well. Check back for updates.
Flexible scheduling means you can take evening or weekend courses that fit your active life. Just go to SUOnline to see the line-up.
Special pricing for most undergraduate courses. Go to Undergraduate for more information to see if your classes qualify.
Get ready to make your SUMMER! count for you!
Courses will be available to view on SUOnline on 1/19/16. Browse the complete selection of courses any time you like. We will continue to add courses, so check back frequently.
Registration begins February, 22, 2016
Drop/Add Period is open until the first few days of the session (8 week, 4 week 1 or 2, and Intersession).
Grades are posted soon after your course ends. See the Registrar Home Page for more details.
Summer Quarter (eight-week session)
Quarter (1st four-week session)
(2nd four-week session)