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.