UConn Students

So you're a current UConn Student.

Why should you consider Summer Session?

Do you need to…

  • Fulfill an outstanding degree requirement?
  • Free up your spring semester?
  • Reduce your course load for the fall and spring semesters?
  • Get ahead on your credits?
  • Take a class that’s already filled up for this spring or winter?
  • Get one step closer to graduation, or
  • All the above?

With Summer Session, you can earn up to 19 credits during the summer.

Register today at the UConn Student Administration System website.

Register for Summer Session

New and on your way to UConn this fall?

Congratulations! Want to get an early start?

Register for classes in 1 – 2 – 3:

Registering for courses the summer before you formally start at UConn in the fall is easy:

      1. Apply Online
        • Complete the non-degree* application and click Submit.  (Under affiliation, choose “Accepted to UConn for an Undergraduate Program Next Semester.”)  You will receive confirmation emails when your application is approved (check your SPAM if you don’t see it).
        • Follow instructions you receive to activate your NetID at netid.uconn.edu (you were issued a NetID when you applied to UConn).
      2. Search for classes by browsing the Guest Search page or using Class Search after logging into Student Admin (Tip: now that you have applied, you can enter through the "Students" link!).
      3. Login to Student Admin to register for summer classes.
        • Important: Summer course fees must be paid once you register for a course.  If you need to drop a course, do so by the end of the add/drop dates for a particular session in order not to be charged (note: the registration fee is non-refundable).  See UConn Fees and Dates.

      Detailed information is available at the Non-Degree Website.  *(As an incoming student, you are "non-degree" until you matriculate in the fall.  Your summer courses remain on your non-degree transcript.  You can leave them there, or choose to transfer them over to your degree transcript. Don't worry, this opportunity occurs at the end of fall semester, after you have met with your advisor!)

      If you have any questions about this process, don’t hesitate to contact the UConn Registrar's office at registrar@uconn.edu – be sure to mention you're an incoming student!