Summer 2017

Summer is the perfect time to catch up, get ahead or explore your options. Live on campus for $50 a week, commute or take one of our online courses from home. All the info you need to make the most of your summer is below.

Summer Session Dates

  • Download a pdf of all important deadlines and dates 
  • Session I: May 8 - May 25
  • Session II: May 30 - June 29
  • Session III: July 5 - August 8
  • Session IV: May 30 - August 8
  • Full Term: May 8 - August 23
  • Half-Term 1: May 8 - June 28
  • Half-Term 2: July 3 - August 23

Course Schedule

View all of our courses on our Course Schedule. Online and hybrid courses are listed below.

Online Courses

  • ENGL 200 - ON - Reading Literature 7/5 - 8/8 (Picken, C)
  • IDC 200 - ON - Lessons From NBC's The Office 7/5 - 8/8 (Strawser, M)
  • IDC 301 - ON - Health in Global Cinema 7/5 - 8/8 (Wagner, K)
  • RTH 120 - ON - Medical Terminology 5/30 - 6/29 (Kane, C)
  • THEO 440 - ON - Women's Experience, Faith 5/30 - 7/13 (Hinson-Hasty, E)

Hybrid Course: Meets once a week on campus on Wednesday from 9 - 11 a.m. 

  • IDC 401 Sustainable Action Workshop 7/5 - 8/8 (Barnes, B)

Campus Life

Housing - Live on campus for less

  • During each summer, Housing and Residence Life welcomes students to live in our residence halls. Living in our residence halls provides a safe, comfortable, affordable, and convenient place while you are attending classes, completing internships, or working for the university.  
  • Summer Housing will be in Petrik Hall. The rate is $50/week for a double room and $100/week for a standard single. Single room requests will be granted based on availability.

Additional Information

  • Food Services
  • SuRF
  • Parking Permits aren’t needed to park on campus during the summer. But Campus Security will enforce parking violations such as handicap parking, fire lanes and other major infractions.
  • Library
  • Student Activities