When is Summer Session?
Summer classes will be held during the following sessions:
Full Summer: May 17 - August 1
Pre-Session: May 17 - June 2
Session I: June 5 - June 30
Summer Term: June 5 - August 1
Session II - July 5 - August 1
Post-Session (for Internships only) - May 17 - August 1
How many credits may I take?
Full Summer - 12
Pre-Session - 6
Session I - 7
Summer Term - 12
Session II - 7
Post-Session - 12
All terms combined - 15 (graduate) or 18 (undergraduate)
How are courses taught?
Courses are taught online using D2L, on SRU's main campus, at the Regional Leaning Alliance (RLA) in Cranberry Township or "blended" (online and in classroom). See the Master Course Schedule.
What is the attendance commitment for classes?
Attendance expectations and work load will be described on the professor's syllabus.
When do I register for Summer Session classes/WORKSHOPS?
SRU students will register for Summer Session at the same time they register for fall classes. Registration is scheduled April 3 - 14. Non-SRU students (visiting & transient*) may register for summer on April 17. Senior citizens may register for Summer Session on Wednesday, May 10, 2017.
*Students who are enrolled at other institutions who wish to take Summer Session classes must be admitted to the university.
On or after April 17 Transient students who are currently enrolled at another non-PASSHE university must contact the Office of Academic Records, 724.738.2010, to register.
When is the last day to drop or add a Summer Session class/WORKSHOP?
Please refer to the Summer Calendar on the Summer School website.
How do I drop or add a Summer Session Class/WORKSHOP?
Students registered for 2 or more courses, may drop all but their last summer course using MySRU. Please refer to the Summer Calendar on the Summer School website for the drop/add deadlines for each summer session. If you are only registered for one course you must contact Academic Records at 724.738.2010 or email email@example.com no later than 4:00 pm on the deadline date, and a staff member will drop you from your class. You may add classes on MySRU until 11:59 pm of the add deadline date of the term you wish to attend, or by contacting the office of Academic Records by 4:00 pm of the deadline date. Students registered for one course who wish to drop the course and add another course should add the course first before dropping the other course.
When is the last day to withdraw from a Summer Session class/WORKSHOP with a grade of "W"?
Please refer to the Summer Calendar on the Summer School website for the withdrawal deadlines for each summer session.
How do I withdraw from a Summer Session class/WORKSHOP?
After the "drop" period has ended, students taking online classes or attending courses at the RLA must notify their professor via SRU email of their intention to withdraw. The professor, in turn, must then email the Academic Records office at firstname.lastname@example.org notifying Academic Records of the withdrawal, and identifying the student's last day of participation in the class. All refunds, if any, will be based upon the last day of participation in each class.
Students attending on-campus classes must withdraw using blue Withdrawal Cards. These cards must be signed by the professor and the last date of attendance must be noted. An advisor's signature is NOT required on Withdrawal Cards during the summer. These cards must be submitted to the office of Academic Records and Registration in room 107, Old Main by 4:00 p.m. on the deadline date.
When will I be graded?
Please refer to the Summer Calendar on the Summer School page for the dates grades are due for each summer session. Once processed, grades will be available on MySRU.
How might my academic status be affected by my Summer Session grades?
There is no Deans' List in Summer Session. Undergraduate students who do poorly during the summer may be placed on academic warning or academic probation. Graduate students who do poorly in the summer may be placed on academic probation, suspension or dismissal. Students who are on probation at the end of the Spring Semester may have their academic probation/warning removed if they do well during the summer. Please refer to the Academic Standing policies in the catalog for undergraduate students or graduate students.
When will a decision be made to cancel low enrolled courses and how will I be notified?
Low enrolled classes are defined as any course enrolling fewer than 8 graduate students or fewer than 10 undergraduate students one week prior to the first day of class. Low enrolled classes will typically be cancelled a week before each Summer Session begins, but exceptions can be made. The decision to cancel a low enrolled Summer Session course will be made by the Provost or his designee. Students and faculty will be notified via their SRU email addresses if their course has been cancelled. When courses are cancelled, a full refund will be issued to the student.
What are the costs for a Summer Session course?
Tuition and fees for Summer may be found on the Students Accounts website.
When will I be billed?
Students registering for Summer School prior to April 17 will be billed the week of April 17 with an estimated due date of May 12. Any student registering after April 17 will be billed within 2 weeks of adding a class.
What is the refund schedule for Summer Session?
A complete refund schedule for each summer term may be found at the Policies and Procedures link.
Is financial aid available for Summer Session?
Financial aid opportunities, primarily loans, may be available to students based on variety of factors. Interested students should visit Financial Aid to review eligibility requirements, application processes and deadlines. Students are encouraged to apply for summer financial aid by May 1 to allow for adequate processing time.
How do I access library resources during the summer?
Faculty reference librarians will be available during summer sessions for walk-in, email or telephone consultations. During the times the library is open, all normal services will be available. Electronic resources generally are accessible to students, faculty and staff from off campus with appropriate-protected authentication. Please refer to the library website for more information.
Who do I contact if I experience problems logging onto MySRU or D2L?
Monday - Friday, 8:00am EST - 4:00pm EST
Telephone: 724.738.4220 - If you can log into D2L, but then experience problems
Email Support: email@example.com