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Summer Important Dates and Registration Information

Summer 2018 Registration Begins January 22
Summer CAL sections open for enrollment April 1
Date decision made if sufficient enrollment exists for a course to be offered April 13
Confirmation of Enrollment deadline with Business Office May 11
Memorial Day, no class, campus closed May 28

Fall CAL sections open for enrollment 
Second-half session classes begin

June 29
July 2

First-Half Session Final Grades Due July 3, noon
Independence Day, no class, campus closed  July 4
Last Day for Instructors to Turn in Grades for Incompletes from Spring 2018 July 6
Final summer grades due to Registrar's Office  Aug 21, noon

The summer session dates for any full semester section (internships, independent study, etc.) are May 14-Aug 17. Many programs offer sections in two seven-week blocks, May 14-June 29 and July 2-Aug 17.

Up-to-date summer schedule information can be found in VitNet. If you are not a current student, you may search for sections as a guest using the link on the home page of VitNet. See the PDF iconSearch and Register Summer Tips document for assistance if needed. 

Current students should register for summer session section(s) via VitNet. Students intending to register for a summer course should register prior to April 15th. At that time it will be determined if there is sufficient enrollment for a course to be offered. The University reserves the right to cancel courses lacking sufficient enrollment. Students who are registered for a section that is cancelled will be notified shortly after April 15th. Cancelled sections will also be posted with the summer addendum. Students may continue to register for available sections, per the add policy, after April 15th. 

- Courses may be added up until a class begins. Current students may add in VitNet. All other students should complete a change of schedule form in the Registrar's Office (Murphy Center room 204). 
Drop - Current students may drop courses in VitNet up until a class begins. All other drops from classes must be made in writing in the Registrar's Office, either via change of schedule form or a personal notification in writing. Instructor/advisor signature is not required. Classes with time frames not accounted for in the PDF icondrop date policy will be adjusted per individual course. Dropping from a class is not acceptable by telephone. Students who fail to officially drop from a class risk a tuition loss and a failing grade. In order to affect any schedule changes, the change of schedule form must be properly completed and submitted to the Registrar's Office by 4 p.m. of any deadline date. 

Financial Aid Information
For financial aid information, see the Financial Aid Office Web page.

Library Information
For library hours and information, see the Library Web page.

Textbook Information
For textbook information, see the Bookstore Web page.

Tuition/Refund Information
For tuition and refund information, see the Business Office Web page.

Summer Housing Information
For summer housing information, see the Office of Residence Life Web page.