Summer Sessions

Summer is a perfect time to take summer classes, earn credit, stay on track with your major, accelerate your career, and/or start a new program that interests you. A flexible schedule of sessions helps you take advantage of accelerated courses, multiple sessions, and online, face-to-face or blended course formats.

Undergraduate Information

  • Search Undergraduate Summer Courses
  • Current information on all courses is available through our Self Service course selector.
  • Session lengths may vary according to course or program. 

Graduate Information

  • Search Graduate Summer Courses
  • Current information on all courses is available through our Self Service course selector.
  • Session lengths may vary according to course or program. 

Special Programs

Special Programs are a selection of unique offerings that delve into relevant topics within particular academic disciplines or areas of study. These engaging, specialized programs are designed to benefit your educational and career development. 

Sports Camps

Arcadia University Athletics is hosting summer youth camps for ages 8 to 18, and prospect camps for high school students. View the full schedule, contact information and registration at athletics.arcadia.edu/camps.

Dates for Summer 2016

Session lengths may vary according to course or program.

Face-to-Face, Blended, and Fully-Online Courses
Session Date
Undergraduate Session I (no class May 28 - 30) May 23 – Jun. 29
Undergraduate Science I (BI, CH, ID, PH) May 31 – Jun. 30
Undergraduate Session II (no class July 2 - 4) Jul. 5 – Aug. 10
Undergraduate Science II (BI, CH, ID, PH) (no class July 2 - 4) Jul. 5 – Aug. 3
Graduate Session I (no class May 28 - 30)  May 23 – Jun. 29
Graduate Session II (no class July 2 - 4) Jul. 5 – Aug. 3
Graduate Session III  Aug. 1 – Aug. 19
Accelerated Online (fully online courses) Date
Fully Online Session I (no class May 28 - 30 or July 2 - 4) *** May 23 – Jul. 8
Fully Online Session II *** Jul. 11 – Aug. 24

* New courses may not be added after the first week of classes (7 calendar days) without the approval of the instructor or department chair for the course.

** Special Note: Courses less than 15 weeks in length are subject to registration, drop/add, withdrawal, and billing dates that may differ from those appearing in the traditional academic calendar. More information on non-traditional courses. 

*** Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy classes follow a unique schedule. Please contact the program for additional information.

Registration

Ready to register for Summer Sessions? It's easy and straightforward. Whether you're a new or returning undergraduate or graduate student, or a visiting student, everything you need to complete your registration is available through the Office of the Registrar.