Summer Courses at Scranton

Have a tough course coming up next year or a general education requirement you need to fulfill? Take a Summer course at Scranton! 

With the convenience of a reduced tuition rate of $650/credit*, a Summer course can help you get ahead.

  • Summer I: May 28 - June 25, 2024
  • Summer II: July 8 - August 2, 2024
(*) Please note this discounted rate does not apply to graduate coursework. 

Courses for credit are available to:
  • University of Scranton students
  • Visiting students from another college or university
  • High school students
  • High school graduates who will attend college for the first time this fall.

Below, you will find everything you need to get started with a Summer course at Scranton.

Check out specific registration information that fits your profile.

Scranton Undergraduate Students

Summer 2024 Registration for Undergraduate students begins on: 

  • Mar 31 for juniors & seniors,
  • Apr 14 for sophomores,
  • Apr 21 for first-year students.

Current Scranton students: Contact your advising center or register online to add a summer course. Financial Aid questions can be directed to the Financial Aid Office at

  • If you are starting at Scranton in Fall 2024, contact the Admissions Office at or 1-888-SCRANTON with the course(s) you wish to take this summer.

Undergraduate Summer Sessions (Information including summer calendar, deadlines, tuition, and more)

Instructions for Web Registration

Scranton Graduate Students

New Graduate Applicants: Summer 2024 Registration for Graduate students begins on April 3. 

Remember that you must meet with your Graduate Mentor to obtain your term PIN to register via the Web. 

Instructions for Web Registration

For questions, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office at or (570) 941-7600.

Visiting Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Visiting Undergraduate Students: If you are an undergraduate student enrolled at another college or university, you will need to complete our Non-Degree-Seeking Application and attach written approval from the dean or other authorized administrator of your home college for all courses to be taken at The University of Scranton.

Visiting Graduate Students: 

If you are attending a graduate program at another institution:

You will have to submit the following in addition to the application:

  • Self-Improvement Applicants:
    • Official copy of your final bachelor's degree transcript as well as an official copy of any other transcripts showing post-baccalaureate work undertaken
  • Transfer of Credit to Another Institution Applicants:
    • Written approval from the dean, registrar, or other authorized administrator of your home graduate school verifying your status as a student in good standing at that institution.

For questions, please contact the Transfer and Adult Admissions Office at or (570) 941-4839.

High School Students

High school students from the local area are invited to apply for our High School Scholars Program. Students accepted to this program are eligible to take one course per term at a reduced tuition rate. 


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