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Registration for the 2018 Summer Session opens March 30

Summer at Susquehanna means the flexibility of summer you need plus the same high degree of personal attention you expect here.

With nearly 50 courses online in a variety of areas, we have what you’re looking for – whether you’re already a student here, go somewhere else but are home for the summer or still in high school.

Our professors are committed to connecting with you and are available on Skype and email to answer your questions about their courses.

Pick from two intensive, four-week sessions, a regular seven-week session or a new self-paced session - take anywhere from one to 11 weeks to finish.

For students still in high school, this is a great way to get a feel for us and get Central Curriculum courses out of the way at a fraction of the price of full-time tuition.

Registration is easy, our credits transfer anywhere and you can complete most classes from the comfort of your home or anywhere else in the world!

View preliminary course list

More than 50 classes are offered during:

  • Intensive summer session I (May 21 to June 15)
  • Intensive summer session II (July 9 to August 3)
  • Regular summer session (June 18 to August 3)

Susquehanna students, as well as students from other universities and members of the community, are all welcome to enroll in summer classes.

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

Education (EDUC) courses offered during the regular session are only available to participants in the Teacher Intern Program. If you have an interest in taking one of these courses, please contact James Ingerski, director of the Teacher Intern Program, at ingerski@susqu.edu.

The Writing and Thinking course offered as part of the Intensive II Session is only available to Susquehanna students who are in their second year or above. If you are currently a first year (or a non-SU student) and are interested in taking the course, please contact Nick Clark, director of the summer session, at clarkn@susqu.edu.

Summer 2018 tuition rates will be published soon.

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. 

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.

Refund Policy Intensive Session I

Withdrawal by May 23

Nothing appears on transcript
100 percent tuition refund 

Withdrawal May 24–25

"W" for withdrawal on transcript
100 percent tuition refund

Withdrawal after May 25

Letter grade A through F on transcript
No tuition refund

Late Withdrawal Deadline: Friday, June 8

 
Refund Policy Intensive Session II

Withdrawal by July 11

Nothing appears on transcript
100 percent tuition refund 

Withdrawal July 12–13

"W" for withdrawal on transcript
100 percent tuition refund

Withdrawal after July 13

Letter grade A through F
No tuition refund

Late Withdrawal Deadline: Friday, July 27

Refund Policy Regular Session

Withdrawal by June 21

Nothing appears on transcript
100 percent tuition refund 

Withdrawal June 22–26

"W" for withdrawal on transcript
100 percent tuition refund

Withdrawal after June 26

Letter grade A through F
No tuition refund

Late Withdrawal Deadline: Friday, July 20

 

Financial Aid

Limited financial aid may be available. For more information, call the Student Financial Services office at (570) 372-4450.

Meet Some of Our Faculty

Matt Duperon

Teaches: Intro to Religious Studies and Intro to Asian Studies

"Teaching online during the summer lets me reach students in some very different contexts from when we're all on campus, and that opens all sorts of opportunities to apply ideas from class to our real, lived experiences."

Samya Zain

Teaches: Physics of Music and Introductory Physics I

"The idea at the heart of the summer program is to provide students with the opportunity to learn more, expand their horizons and develop interests beyond just their primary majors."

Lissa Skitolsky

Teaches: Justice, Philosophy After the Holocaust and Resolving Moral Conflict

"Philosophical inquiry is not simply my profession but also my passion.  I teach over the summer so that I can continue this inquiry in a more concentrated and personal way with a smaller group of students. "

Nick Clark

Teaches: Comparative Govt and Politics and Protecting Human Rights

"The Summer Session has served as a time for experimentation at SU, in which faculty innovate and explore new and dynamic methods for bringing a liberal arts education into the lives of our students."

What's Next

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Summer Programs

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Phone & Email

570-372-4726
clarkn@susqu.edu