Make the most of your summer

Catch up, get ahead or explore your options, and do it all at Bellarmine.


Pick Your Courses

Summer is an opportunity to explore. Register soon to make sure you get the courses you want.


Register by clicking Go to Plan and Schedule.

Course Schedule

Summer courses can be as short as three weeks and are offered in traditional classroom, online and hybrid formats.


View all of our courses on our Course Schedule.

Summer Session Dates

Session I: May 7 - 24
Session II: May 29 - June 28
Session III: July 2 -  August 2
Session IV: May 29 - August 2
Full Term: May 7 - August 22
Half-Term 1: May 7 - June 27
Half-Term 2: July 2 - August 22


Important deadlines, dates, policies and procedures.

Online Course Offerings

Below is a list of the online summer courses being offered this summer. Online courses are distinguished with the course section code ON (Ex. NURS 200-ON). Courses with * are hybrid courses, meaning they meet both online and in person. You can find more information about them on the course schedule and on OneBellarmine.


BIOL 114 Human Biology: Health and Human Disease (must register for lecture and lab)
BU-299 Internship Prep and Success 
COMM 303 Intro. to Communication Theory*
ENGL 200 Reading Literature 
HLTH 120 Medical Terminology 
IDC 200 Homelessness and Nation’s Wealth*
IDC 200 Soul of a Citizen
IDC 200 Lessons from NBC’s The Office
IDC 301 Health in Global Cinema
IDC 401 The Impossible Will Take a While
NURS 200 Nutrition
PSYC 218 Life-Span Development
SOC 101 Intro. to Sociology
SPAN 101 Intro. to Spanish Language and Culture I
SPAN 102 Intro. to Spanish Language and Culture II
THEA 101 Experiencing Theatre
THEO 440 Women’s Faith Experiences

Live on Campus

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.


Apply to live on campus.

Funding Opportunities

Learn about aid, scholarships and grant opportunities specific to summer below. 


Additional Information

Learn more about services available on campus this summer by visiting our Food Services, SuRF, Library and the Student Activities sites. Public Safety will be enforcing parking policies this summer on campus property. Current permits are valid until July 31, 2018. View all parking regulations on the Public Safety website.