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Summer 2022 courses will fill quickly. You don’t have to apply for admission to take summer classes—current, returning, and visiting students are welcome to enroll.
|Session 01 - Entire Summer||Date(s)|
|Courses in Session 01 typically span the entire summer. Please verify each course's specific start and end dates.||May 23 – Aug. 19
(No class May 28 - 30, Jul. 3 - 5)
|Session 02 - First Half of Summer (previously identified as 'Summer I')|
|Undergraduate Session||May 23 – Jun. 29
(No class May 28 - 30)
|Undergraduate Science (BI, CH, ID, PH)||May 31 – Jun. 30|
|Graduate Session||May 23 – Jun. 29
(No class May 28 - 30)
|Session 03 - Second Half of Summer (previously identified as 'Summer II')|
|Undergraduate Session||Jul. 5 – Aug. 10|
|Undergraduate Science (BI, CH, ID, PH)||Jul. 5 – Aug. 4|
|Graduate Session||Jul. 5 – Aug. 10|
|Session 04 - Intensive Programming (previously identified as 'Summer III')|
|Graduate Session||Aug. 1 – Aug. 19|
|Accelerated Online Summer Programming|
|First half of summer||May 23 – Jul. 8
(No class May 28 - 30, Jul. 2 - 4)
|Second half of summer||Jul. 11 – Aug. 24|
Summer Housing is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. The Online Housing Portal will be open for Summer Housing applications starting in April. Students must adhere to the University Code of Conduct and housing schedules set by Campus Life Housing. Students may need to vacate housing or move to transitional housing upon request. These dates and processes will be advertised well in advance. Questions about summer housing can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undergraduate and graduate students (current and visiting) can take up to 9 credits without having to apply to a program. Academically talented high school students can also take one course per semester if the course is taken for high school credit.
Note: Some courses have prerequisites.
Provided you’re taking at least six credits over the course of summer sessions, and are matriculating in an Arcadia program, you are eligible for federal and state financial aid (as an undergraduate student) or for Federal Direct Stafford Loans, Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans, and private, alternative student loans (as a graduate student).
Send a request to withdraw to the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com. Undergraduates who withdraw before the end of the first week of class are entitled to a 50% tuition refund. No refunds will be given after.
Graduate students enrolled in Summer Session I will receive a 50% refund if they withdraw within the first week of class. For Summer II, III, and workshops, the refund allowed is 50% before the third class meeting.
Students who apply to transfer to Arcadia will receive 50% discount on summer credits.