Summer Registration Dates:

  • February 23: 110 credit hours +
  • February 24: 90 credit hours +
  • February 25: 60 credit hours +
  • February 26: 30 credit hours +
  • March 2: 0 credit hours + 

Why Summer Semester?

Taking classes during summer semester is a smart idea. You’ll be able to earn your degree sooner, get into the workforce, and jump-start your career – saving time and money. Not to mention; great scholarships, small class sizes, free parking, and in-state tuition for international and out-of-state students – now that’s a smart decision.

Summer Completion Grants

New grants have just been created specifically for students attending summer classes. This financial support can help students who are within two semesters of graduation earn their degrees even faster. The summer completion grants are available to assist those who may have used Pell Grants during fall and spring semesters and need summer semester funding. For more information on summer grants and how to apply, visit.

Graduate Sooner

Summer classes are offered on a block schedule, and summer blocks are just seven weeks. A condensed semester allows you to earn more credits in a shorter amount of time. Taking classes in the summer means you can have an engaged learning experience with personalized attention and be on the fast-track to graduation.

Classes That Fit Your Needs

Knock out the classes you need in half the time by finishing the classes you need in just 7 weeks!

With smaller classes offered in one of two blocks during summer semester, you'll receive more one-on-one attention and finish the class faster. These smaller class sizes also mean more personal interaction with professors and classmates.

More Classes

To fit your schedule, we’ve added even more classes this summer. Going to school in the summer means you can take the classes you need, when you need them. From Math 1050 to Business Management 4830 you can get in, get out, and graduate sooner. If you need a class and don’t see it in the schedule, please email us at, and we’ll do all we can to help.

In-state Tuition

In addition to being a smart decision, out-of-state and international students receive in-state tuition in summer semester. This means taking summer classes saves time and money.

Catch Up

Summer is a great opportunity to re-take any challenging classes where you’d like to earn a higher grade. Better grades mean a higher GPA and a better resume.

Free Parking

Yep, that’s right. Free parking pass for summer semester students.

First Block

May 12 - June 27

Second Block

June 30 - August 15

Full Semester

May 12 - August 15


May 9 - July 19


May 12 - June 27, June 30 - August 15, or May 12 - August 15


Register for summer semester

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