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Summer Session Dates

  

Registration begins:

 March 30

First 5-Week Session

 May 31 - July 1

Eight-Week Session

 May 31 - July 25

Second 5-Week Session

 July 5 - August 5

Post Session (3-Weeks)

 August 8 - August 26

 





 

Summer Session Refund Policy

(applies to full-session/ 3-week courses only)

On-campus Courses:

100% refund prior to the second class meeting

60% refund prior to the third class meeting

40% refund prior to the fourth class meeting

(registration fee is non-refundable)

Online Courses:

100% refund prior to the second class meeting

60% refund prior to the third class meeting

40% refund prior to the fourth class meeting

For online courses, each business day of the session counts as one class meeting day.

(online fee is non-refundable)













 

 

Registrations are accepted up to the start of classes. Register early to secure your seat!

 Maximum credit load is 14 credits overall.

  • 7 credit maximum during concurrent 1st & 8-week sessions.

  • 7 credit maximum for second 8-week session.

  • 4 credit maximum for post session.

Are you a visiting student and want to take a summer course at CCSU?

Click the Quick start button below to get started.

 

 

DROP FOR NON-PAYMENT DEADLINE: MAY 17

Payment for Summer Session is required at the time of registration. You must check your online eBill for confirmation of payment or anticipated credits to secure your summer registration.

 

Students enrolled in Summer 2016 who do not meet the payment deadline of May 17 will be dropped from their classes. Students enrolled in a payment plan or with a deferment posted to their account will not be dropped for non-payment.

 

Students who register after the drop for non-payment deadline WILL NOT be dropped for non-payment. Students will incur a financial obligation to the university if payment is not received or if they do not drop prior to the course refund deadline. A student will be charged for the class even if the student never attends class meetings. It is a student's responsibility to officially drop courses they are no longer attending. If a student is not officially dropped, the student may receive an "F" grade for the course and any/all fees apply.




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