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From Dec. 18 to Jan. 19
The winter session means the flexibility of winter break plus the same high degree of personal attention you expect from SU faculty.
Our professors are committed to connecting with you and are available on Skype and email to answer your questions about their courses.
Winter session takes place during the five weeks of winter break. All classes are online and self-paced, meaning you can move through the course at a pace that matches your learning needs.
Registration is easy, our credits transfer most places and you can complete most classes from the comfort of your home or anywhere else in the world!
Course Number and Name
Days and Time
Seven classes are offered during the 17-18 winter session.
Susquehanna students, as well as students from other universities and members of the community, are all welcome to enroll in winter classes.
Students who enroll in winter classes will receive an e-statement notification in their Susquehanna University email account from SUStatement@susqu.edu regarding their winter fees. Payment is due upon receipt.
Winter 2017-18 Tuition
- $475 per semester hour (Example: 4 credit course fee is $1,900)
Payment for winter course fees are due when billed. No payment plan is available.
Your student account center portal will include winter billing within several days of your course registration. Access your bill at www.susqu.afford.com and make your electronic payment. If you are unable to access your bill, please contact the Student Financial Services at SFS@susqu.edu or 570-372-4450.
Because winter session is much shorter than a normal fall or spring semester, the dates for adding, dropping or withdrawing from winter 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 Winter Session
Withdraw by Dec. 20
Nothing appears on transcript
100% tuition refund
Withdraw Dec. 21–22
"W" for withdrawal on transcript
100% tuition refund
No Withdrawal or Refund after Dec. 22
Letter grade A through F on transcript
No tuition refund
Susquehanna University (SU) is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA authorizes SU to offer online courses in all SARA-member states. Membership in NC-SARA does not mean compliance with state professional licensing requirements. If you are taking an online course at SU for that purpose, please check your respective state licensing requirements in order to ensure the course meets expectations. The refund policy can be found on this webpage. Complaints can be filed with the Director of the Summer Session at email@example.com</>. Additional information about regulations governing compliance can be found at http://nc-sara.org/