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Session Dates

May 21 - June 10 Intersession I
June 11 - June 28 Intersession II
May 21 - June 25 Summer I (5 Week)
May 21 - July 2 Summer I (6 Week)
July 8 - August 8 Summer II

Lighten your course load.

Choose from a variety of online undergraduate and graduate classes. Free up your fall. Summer courses are an ideal way to lighten your course load during the standard academic year, while also better enabling yourself to double-major or pursue an internship.

Undergraduate Students


Seton Hall University (SHU) Students
Registration for Summer 2019 sessions begins March 25.

All Visiting, non-SHU Undergraduate Students
Matriculated students in good standing at other institutions may register for courses according to the following schedule by completing and submitting the: 

Visiting Undergraduate Student Summer Registration Form »

  • Registration and full payment must be received by May 3, 2019 for courses beginning in May.
  • Registration and full payment must be received by May 24, 2019 for courses beginning in June.
  • Registration and full payment must be received by June 26, 2019 for courses beginning in July.

Graduate Students


Seton Hall University (SHU) Students
Registration for Summer 2019 sessions begins March 25.

All Visiting, non-Seton Hall University Graduate Students
Non-matriculating graduate students are welcome to take summer courses and register according to the following schedule:

  • Mail registration and full payment must be received by May 3, 2019 for courses beginning in May.
  • Mail registration and full payment must be received by May 24, 2019 for courses beginning in June.
  • Mail registration and full payment must be received by June 26, 2019 for courses beginning in July.

For additional information regarding graduate non-matriculated status, as well as the application process for a non-matriculated graduate student, please visit the Office of Graduate Admission website.

A Range of Classes as Wide as the Ocean:

American Art • Anatomy and Physiology • Anthropology • Asian History • Astronomy • Business Ethics • Digital Art and Design • Drawing • Forensic Biology Genetics • Journalism • Marketing • Microbiology • Non-Profit Advocacy • Nursing • Oral Communication Philosophy • Physics • Real Estate Finance Reality Television • Sport Management • Statistics Supply Chain Management • Visual Theory • Web Design ...and more.

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