2019 Summer Session Dates & Deadlines
|Session||Payment Due||Add/Drop (full refund)
Period Ends and Last
day to set a course to Pass/Fail
|Last Day to: Take Course off P/F||Last Day to Drop Course with a W (no refund)||Holidays||Grades Submitted|
|May Term - 3 weeks
May 13 - May 31
|April 29||May 15||May 24||May 30||May 27||June 3|
|Summer Session 1 (SS1) - 5 weeks
June 3 - July 5
|May 20||June 7||June 24||July 3||July 4||July 8|
|Alternative Session 1 (AS1) - 6 weeks
June 3 - July 12
|May 20||June 7||June 28||July 11||July 4||July 15|
|Summer Session 2 (SS2) - 5 weeks
July 15 - Aug 16
|July 1||July 19||Aug. 5||Aug. 15||Aug. 19|
|Alternative Session 2 (AS2) - 6 weeks
July 15 - Aug 23
|July 1||July 19||Aug. 9||Aug. 22||Aug. 26|
|Summer Session 3 (SS3)
Courses run at variable lengths between May 13 and Aug 23; please check your schedule for exact course dates.
|May 17||May 17||July 24||Only if specific class dates include a date listed above||Aug. 26|
These are the official sessions of the UConn Summer Program 2019. 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.
2019 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.
|$536 per credit for all undergraduate courses
$853 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 = $1608.
Course fees for a 3-credit graduate course = $2559.
Required fee (non-refundable).
|$45 for UConn students
$65 for non-UConn students
|Applies to all courses. 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 once you register for any course.
|$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).|
|Online Course Fee
Required for all online courses in addition to other required fees.
|$20/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 $60 online course fee in addition to course and other required fees.)|
|Student Activity Fee
Required only for some courses (see details at right).
|$16||Applies to Storrs in-person courses only. Students registered for Storrs classes are charged the student activity fee once per session for any course in AS1, AS2, SS1 or SS2. This fee does not apply to regional campus, online, hybrid/blended, service learning, or interactive TV courses. This fee does not apply to May Term or Summer Session 3 courses.
This fee is non-refundable as of the first day of class in a given session
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.
Summer 2019 Financial Aid
The Summer 2019 financial aid awarding process will begin in April 2019. The last day to accept Federal loans for summer is Wednesday August 22, 2019.
Students must be in compliance with the University of Connecticut’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy to be eligible for federal financial aid for the summer. Satisfactory Academic Progress will be evaluated in May 2019.
If you plan to take summer courses at UConn during the 2019 Summer Session, and wish to be considered for financial aid, the following items are required:
A valid 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (fafsa.ed.gov) – to be considered for Federal Pell Grant, Federal PLUS Loan, or any remaining Federal Direct Student Loan eligibility.
(Please note, to be considered for remaining Federal Direct Student Loan eligibility, Undergraduate students must be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credits and Graduate level students a minimum of 4.5 credits.)
A completed online loan application (available via gov) – if applying for a Federal Direct Parent PLUS or Graduate PLUS Loan.
A Private (Alternative) Loan application submitted directly to the lender of your choice – if applying for a Private (Alternative) Loan.
Students who exhaust their annual Pell Grant eligibility (100%), may be eligible for additional Pell Grant during a subsequent term within the same academic year, based on their enrollment. In order for students to be deemed eligible for additional Pell, they must be enrolled for, and begin, at least six (6) credits in the given term. Students who meet the qualification for additional Pell may receive up to 50% of their annual Pell Grant eligibility in the subsequent term (based on enrollment)
- Enrollment in summer courses; most forms of aid require that you enroll on at least a half time basis (6 credits)
- A valid 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) https://fafsa.ed.gov/
- A completed online loan application (available via via studentloans.gov)
- A Private (Alternative) Loan application submitted directly to the lender of your choice
- Students who exhaust their annual Pell Grant eligibility (100%), may be eligible for additional Pell Grant during the summer.
- NOTE: 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.
Please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Services for additional information regarding Pell, other types of loans, and any clarification regarding financial aid.
Campus Housing and Meal Plans
Students opting to reside on campus can visit the Residential Life website to review 2019 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.
- 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 ten 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.
- 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 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 that you are not entitled to a refund for the course once the add/drop period for a given course has ended.