Dates & Fees

2022 Summer Session Dates & Deadlines

Session Payment Due Add/Drop (full refund)
Period Ends 
Last Day to Drop Course with a W (no refund) and to Place on or Remove from Pass/Fail Grading Holidays Grades Submitted
May Term - 3 weeks 

May 9 - May 27

April 25 May 11 May 26 May 31
Summer Session 1 (SS1) - 5 weeks 

May 31 - July 1

May 17 June 3 June 30 July 5
Alternative Session 1 (AS1) - 6 weeks 

May 31 - July 8

May 17 June 3 July 7 July 4 July 11
Summer Session 2 (SS2) - 5 weeks
July 11 - Aug 12
June 27  July 15 Aug. 11 Aug. 15
Alternative Session 2 (AS2) - 6 weeks
July 11 - Aug 19
June 27  July 15 Aug. 18 Aug. 22
Summer Spanning
May 9 - Aug 26
April 25 May 20 The day before the last scheduled class Only if specific class dates include a date listed above Aug. 29
Summer Divergent Early (SDE)
May 9 - Aug 26
April 25 May 13* The day before the last scheduled class Only if specific class dates include a date listed above Aug. 29
Summer Divergent Late (SDL)
June 20 - Aug 26
June 6 June 24* The day before the last scheduled class Only if specific class dates include a date listed above Aug. 29

*Summer Divergent Early & Late courses do not follow the standard timelines and therefore the drop and withdrawal deadlines are manually calculated based on class dates. Students may withdraw from a course up until the day before the class is scheduled to end. Please contact the Registrar's Office to verify the deadlines for these courses.

Fee bills for Summer Session registration will be generated in late March.  For registrations taking place thereafter, your fee bill will generate overnight.

2022 May and Summer Fees

The total cost of attending a Summer Session (including May Term) includes both course (per-credit) fees and other mandatory fees, including the non-refundable enrollment fee. Some courses, including all online courses, have additional required fees. See the following table for fee descriptions and terms.

FEES AMOUNT WHEN THIS APPLIES
Course Fees (per credit)
Required/base fee. Charged per credit hour.
$627 per credit for all undergraduate courses

$974 per credit for all graduate courses

Course fees are calculated per credit for all students and apply to all summer courses. The per-credit rate is determined by the level (undergraduate or graduate) of the course. Examples:
Course fees for a 3-credit undergraduate course = $1881.
Course fees for a 3-credit graduate course = $2922.
Enrollment Fee
Required fee (non-refundable).
$45 for UConn students
$65 for non-UConn students
You will charged the enrollment fee only one time per Summer (including May Term), no matter how many courses you take.
This fee is non-refundable on the first day of session start dates for any course.
Technology Fee
Required fee.
$30 Students are charged the technology fee once for any May Term course and a second time for any Summer Session courses (applied twice maximum).
Online Course Fee
Required for all online courses in addition to other required fees.
$25/credit Applies to online courses only. Students in online courses are charged an additional 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 $75 online course fee in addition to course and other required fees.)
Student Activity Fee
Required fee for Storrs courses offered in-person, hybrid/blended, hybrid/blended reduced seat time & split.
$16 Applies only to Storrs courses offered in-person (P), hybrid/blended (HB), hybrid/blended reduced seat time (HBR) and split (SP) that are offered during SS1, AS1, SS2, or AS2.

This fee is non-refundable on the first day of session start dates.

Late Fee
Required when payment is late (see details at right).
$150 per session 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. Students will not be charged more than $300 (2 late fees) over the entire summer term.
See Summer Session Dates & Deadlines above. More information is provided in Important Notes below.

Total Cost for a 3 or 4 credit course for UConn Students

  • 3 credit in person course three week May Term all campuses - $1,956
  • 3 credit in person Storrs course five or six week Summer Session - $1,972
  • 3 credit in person Avery Point, Hartford Stamford and Waterbury course five or six week Summer Session - $1,956
  • 4 credit in person course three week May Term all campuses - $2,583
  • 4 credit in person Storrs course five or six week Summer Session - $2,599
  • 4 credit in person Avery Point, Hartford Stamford and Waterbury course five or six week Summer Session - $2,583
  • 3 credit online course three week May Term, five or six week Summer Session for all campuses - $2,031
  • 4 credit online course three week May Term, five or six week Summer Session for all campuses - $2,658

NOTE:  If you are registering for two or more courses, the total cost will be reduced by $45 per course after your first course.  The registration fee is a one-time fee regardless of the number of courses you register into.

Total Cost for a 3 or 4 credit course for Visiting Students

  • 3 credit in person course three week May Term all campuses – $1,976
  • 3 credit in person Storrs course five or six week Summer Session - $1,992
  • 3 credit in person Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford and Waterbury course five or six week Summer Session - $1,976
  • 4 credit in person course three week May Term all campuses - $2,603
  • 4 credit in person Storrs course five or six week Summer Session - $2,619
  • 4 credit in person Avery Point, Hartford Stamford and Waterbury course five or six week Summer Session - $2,603
  • 3 credit online course three week May Term, five or six week Summer Session for all campuses - $2,051
  • 4 credit online course three week May Term, five or six week Summer Session for all campuses - $2,678

NOTE:  If you are registering for two or more courses, the total cost will be reduced by $65 per course after your first course.  The registration fee is a one-time fee regardless of the number of courses you register into.

2022 May and Summer Fees

The total cost of attending a Summer Session (including May Term) includes both course (per-credit) fees and other mandatory fees, including the non-refundable enrollment fee. Some courses, including all online courses, have additional required fees.  See the following table for fee descriptions and terms.

FEES AMOUNT WHEN THIS APPLIES
Course Fees (per credit)
Required/base fee.  Charged per credit hour.
$627 per credit for all undergraduate courses

$974 per credit for all graduate courses

Course fees are calculated per credit for all students and apply to all summer courses.  The per-credit rate is determined by the level (undergraduate or graduate) of the course. Examples:
Course fees for a 3-credit undergraduate course = $1881.
Course fees for a 3-credit graduate course = $2922.
Enrollment Fee
Required fee (non-refundable).
$45 for UConn students
$65 for non-UConn students
You will charged the enrollment fee only one time per Summer (including May Term), no matter how many courses you take.
This fee is non-refundable on the first day of session start dates for any course.
Technology Fee
Required fee.
$30 Students are charged the technology fee once for any May Term course and a second time for any Summer Session courses (applied twice maximum).
Online Course Fee
Required for all online courses in addition to other required fees.
$25/credit Applies to online courses only.  Students in online courses are charged an additional 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 $75 online course fee in addition to course and other required fees.)
Student Activity Fee
Required fee for Storrs courses offered in-person, hybrid/blended, hybrid/blended reduced seat time & split.
$16 Applies only to Storrs courses offered in-person (P), hybrid/blended (HB), hybrid/blended reduced seat time (HBR) and split (SP) that are offered during SS1, AS1, SS2, or AS2.

This fee is non-refundable on the first day of session start dates.

Late Fee
Required when payment is late (see details at right).
$150 per session 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. Students will not be charged more than $300 (2 late fees) over the entire summer term.
See Summer Session Dates & Deadlines above.  More information is provided in Important Notes below.

2022 Summer Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid Services will begin notifying students of their summer financial aid offers in early April.  For more information about summer financial aid eligibility, please visit The Office of Student Financial Aid Service’s Summer and Winter Programs page.

Important Notes

  • 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 10 days from the date of registration.
  • Dropping below 6 credits can affect your financial aid award. Contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Services if you have been awarded financial aid and are considering dropping a course.
  • Payment options: https://bursar.uconn.edu/payments-page/ (note: paying by credit card includes a nonrefundable convenience fee)
  • Students who register after the payment due date for a given session will have 10 days from the date they register to submit their payment before the $150 late fee applies.
  • Billing Questions? The Office of the Bursar handles billing and payment for all Summer courses. Further information about fees, etc. can be found on their website.

Refunds

  • Looking for refund information? See Refund and General Policies
  • It is essential you withdraw yourself from a course by the end of the add/drop period to receive a full refund (minus the nonrefundable enrollment fee).  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 submit a "Withdraw from a Course" form 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 that you are not entitled to a refund for the course once the add/drop period for a given course has ended.

Campus Housing and Meal Plans

Students opting to reside on campus can visit the Residential Life website to review 2020 Undergraduate Room and Meal Plan details. All students residing in on-campus housing are required to purchase a resident meal plan except residents assigned to apartments.