Below you will find information about our 2017 Summer Session schedule, fees, and important deadlines. For information about both summer housing and dining options, visit the Residential Life Summer Housing page (summer housing information will be available Spring 2017).
Dates and Fees
Registration opens for all sessions March 22, 2017.
2017 SUMMER SESSION SCHEDULE & ADD/DROP DATES
|May Term||3 weeks||Mon. May 8-
Fri. May 26
|Wed. May 10||May 30
|Summer Session 1 (SS1)||5 weeks||Tues. May 30-
Fri. June 30
|Fri. June 2||May 29 (classes start May 30)||July 3
Session 1 (AS1)²
|6 weeks||Tues. May 30-
Fri. July 7
|Fri. June 2||May 29 (classes start May 30)
& July 4.
Session 2 (SS2)
|5 weeks||Mon. July 10-
Fri. Aug 11
|Fri. July 14||August 14|
Session 2 (AS2)²
|6 weeks||Mon. July 10-
Fri. Aug 18
|Fri. July 14||August 21|
|Summer Session 3 (SS3)
SS3 courses begin and end at various times throughout the summer; please check your schedule for exact course dates.¹
|Variable length||Courses run at variable lengths between May 8 and Aug 25.||Fri. May 12||Only if specific class dates include a date listed above||August 28
UConn undergraduates may add or drop classes through their Student Admin System account until the last day of the add/drop period listed above for each session. After these dates, you must withdraw in person at any UConn Registrar’s Office or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to be withdrawn from the class, but a “W” notation will be added to your transcript to mark the late withdrawal. You may withdraw with a W notation anytime before the last class meeting for a course. Please note: You are not entitled to a refund for the course once the add/drop period for a given session/course has ended.
1These are the official sessions of the UConn Summer Program 2017. Please note that some classes may run on schedules that do not match the session dates posted here. Most such courses run in Summer Session 3, but a few run elsewhere. Please check your course schedule carefully to be certain of the dates your class is meeting. Please also review your Bursar fee bill for due dates for all summer course-based and other fees. It is your responsibility to pay fees by the deadlines posted.
2Alternative Summer Sessions 1 and 2 are longer (6 week) sessions designed for most labs and some other courses that require a longer duration to cover the course content. Some language and other courses run within the Alternative Sessions but do not match session start/end dates. Please check your course schedule carefully for specific class dates.
Fees for Summer 2017
The total cost of attending a Summer Session (including May Term) includes both course fees (tuition) and other required fees. Some courses, including all online courses, have additional fees.
Tuition for a 3-credit undergraduate course = $1407
|FEES||AMOUNT||WHEN THIS APPLIES|
|Course Fees (tuition)||$469 per credit for undergraduate courses
$763 per credit for graduate courses
|Tuition is calculated per-credit for all students. The rate is determined by the level (undergraduate or graduate) of the course.
Tuition for a 3-credit undergraduate course = $1407.
|Enrollment Fee||$45 for matriculated UConn Students
$65 for non-UConn students
|Applies to all courses. Students are charged the registration fee one time only per Summer (including May), no matter how many courses you take.
Non-refundable after you register for any course
|Technology Fee||$30||Applies to all courses. Students are charged the technology fee once for any May Term course and a second time for any Summer Session courses (applied twice maximum).
|Student Activity Fee||$16||Applies to Storrs in-person courses only. Students in Storrs classes are charged the student activity fee once per session for any course in AS1, AS2, SS1 or SS2. Fee does not apply to regional campus, online, hybrid/blended, service learning, or interactive TV courses. Fee does not apply to May Term or Summer Session 3 courses.
Non-refundable as of the first day of class in a given session
|Online Course Fee||$20/credit||Applies to online courses only. Students in online courses are charged the online course fee based on the number of credit-hours they are taking online (example: for a typical 3-credit online course, a student will pay a $60 online course fee).|
|Materials Fee (if applicable)||$10-$95||Applies to only a few classes; see Bursar fees statement for any extra Materials fees.|
|Late Fee||$50||Charged only to students who do not pay their fees bill for a course by the fees due date for the session in which that course falls.*
See Summer Session Fees Due & Refund Dates below.
2017 SUMMER SESSION FEES DUE & REFUND DATES
|Session||Dates||Payment Due (see notes below)||Deadline to drop for 100% refund¹|
|May Term||May 8 – May 26||April 24||Wed. May 10, 2017|
|Summer Session 1||May 30 – June 30||May 16||Fri. June 2, 2017|
|Alternative Session 1||May 30 – July 7||May 16||Fri. June 2, 2017|
|Summer Session 2||July 10 – August 11||June 26||Fri. July 14, 2017|
|Alternative Session 2||July 10 – August 18||June 26||Fri. July 14, 2017|
|Summer Session 3||May 8 – August 25
(actual class dates are variable)
|April 24||Fri. May 12, 2017|
Important Note: It is your responsibility to pay summer course and/or other fees (for example housing/dining) by the deadlines listed in your fees bill. Fees for summer courses post to your account automatically when you register for a course. Fees will not be removed from your account unless you formally drop the course by the end of the add/drop period for a given session. These dates are listed above. Non-attendance in a course will not make you eligible for a refund, as you are fully responsible for withdrawing from a course on time. Payment for any registration that takes place after the Payment Due date will be due 3 days from the date of registration.
¹100% minus the non-refundable fee ($45 or $65) charged at the time of registration.
*Students who register after the payment due date for a given session will have three days from the date they register to submit their payment before the $50 late fee applies.
Housing and Meal Plans (Optional)
Students opting to reside on campus can visit the Residential Life website to review 2016 Undergraduate Room and Meal Plan details (coming soon to their site!). All students residing in on-campus housing are required to purchase a resident meal plan except residents assigned to apartments.