From Interim Executive Vice President and Provost Bruce McPheron:

With registration beginning this week, I want to remind you that the university hasrestructured summer term in an effort to give you more options and flexibility, starting with the summer of 2016. The new structure offers a variety of options for scheduling your summer classes that include:

  • One 12-week term
  • Two 6-week sessions
  • Three 4-week sessions
  • Two 8-week overlapping (first and second 4-week, or second and third 4-week) sessions

To see when the course you’re interested in will be offered, access Buckeye Link. Remember, many students can take advantage of a tuition credit of up to three credit hours for the first four-week session. You may be eligible if you are registered full time during the current (spring) semester and are not scheduled to graduate spring 2016.

Note: The tuition credit covers only General and Instructional fees and the Non-Resident Surcharge. Students must pay all other fees applicable to them. For more information, please review the 4-week Session 1 credit FAQ PDF.

Tuition for the rest of our Summer 2016 courses is charged at the same rate as for the rest of the academic year.

For more information about registering for Summer Term classes, visit the Office of the Registrar. If you have questions, please contact the Student Service Center.