Yes! Federal Pell Grants are available for two out of the three semesters during the academic year. If you did not use funds for both semesters, you may use what's remaining for summer. Loans are also available during summer.
For those graduating by Spring 2016 take advantage of our Summer Completion Grant! If you are graduating either fall 2015 or spring 2016, you may be eligible for this completion scholarship. Click here to view all eligibility requirements and to download an application.
Yes, but students who are out-of-state or international students pay in-state tuition during Summer semester.
Visit the course catalog to see if the courses you want to take are offered during the summer.
Classes are offered on block schedules or full semester schedule during fall, spring and summer semester, but students typically register for full semester courses in the fall and spring semesters and block schedule courses during the summer.
Fall and Spring Semesters tend to incorporate full semester class offerings which are 15 weeks in length. Full-time enrollment for semester classes is 12-15 credit hours. Students are encouraged to take 15 credit hours every semester to graduate in a timely manner.
Summer Semester incorporates 1st or 2nd Block class offerings which are 7 to 71/2 weeks in length. There are two blocks during each semester. Students are able to take a full semester class in half the time, but should remember that block classes are more intense because they are taught at a faster pace
You can take up to 18 credits between the two blocks; however, summer courses are rigorous and fast-paced due to the shorter time frame of the course. It's recommended to take 6-8 credits per block for a total of 12-16 credits during the summer semester.
Most classes are either A block (1st 7 ½ weeks) or B-block (2nd 7 ½ weeks). Many of these classes will fill quickly so be sure to enroll as soon as you are eligible.
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