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2014 Summer Session


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When are summer classes held and who may take them?

Some summer classes are offered during the four-week "intensive summer session" (May 12 to June 7), while others are offered during the seven-week "regular summer session" (June 9 to July 26).

Susquehanna University students, as well as students from other universities and members of the community, are all welcome to enroll in summer classes. The cost for most of the courses is $350 per academic credit.

Students who enroll in summer classes will receive an e-statement notification in their Susquehanna University e-mail account from SUStatement@susqu.edu regarding their summer fees.  Payment is due upon receipt.

For more about tuition and other fees, such as room and board, see the Tuition & Fees page.

What courses will be offered this summer?

Nearly 70 classes will be offered this summer. See a complete listing here.

How do I sign up for a summer course?

If you are a regular, full-time Susquehanna student, you register through WebSU beginning March 20 and continuing until the start of summer classes.

If you do not regularly attend Susquehanna, you must email Jayme Long at longj@susqu.edu for information on how to register.

To do a summer internship, a student must complete and submit a student learning contract BEFORE the internship begins. To get a student learning contract, go to https://mysu.susqu.edu/REGS, scroll to the bottom of the page, click on "More Documents," and then look inside the folder marked "Forms." Completed contracts must be submitted to Monica Leitzel in the registrar's office before the internship begins.

What are the deadlines for adding, dropping or withdrawing from a class?

Because both the intensive and regular summer sessions are much shorter than a normal fall or spring semester, the dates for adding, dropping or withdrawing from summer courses come quickly.  For example, the deadline for adding a class in the intensive session is May 14 while the deadline for adding a course in the regular session is June 12.  As for drop and withdrawal deadlines, see the table below.

A student withdrawing from a class may or may not be eligible for some percentage of tuition refund, depending on the date when he or she withdraws. So that you're not caught off guard by these deadlines, please familiarize yourself with the dates and policies listed below.

For more information about dates and policies, you can also see the Tuition & Fees page.

Intensive session
Date of drop/withdrawal  What appears on transcript Tuition refund amount 
By May 14  Considered a drop; nothing appears on transcript 100 percent 
May 15-19   "W" for withdrawal 100 percent 
May 20-23   "W" for withdrawal 50 percent 
After May 23   Letter grade of A through F No refund 

Regular session 
Date of drop/withdrawal What appears on transcript Tuition refund amount
By June 12  Considered a drop; nothing appears on transcript 100 percent 
June 13-19  "W" for withdrawal  100 percent
June 20-26  "W" for withdrawal  50 percent
After June 26  Letter grade of A through F  No refund 

What if I have questions?

Questions may be directed to Summer Program Director Dave Kaszuba, at kaszuba@susqu.edu or (570) 372-4724.

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