Swing into summer with our Summer Sessions.
REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER 2020 BEGINS ON FEB 15, 2021.
|Summer Session 2021||Start Date||Finish Date|
|Summer 1||May 10||May 27|
|Summer 2||June 7||July 9|
|Summer 3||July 12||August 12|
There's a right way to start your summer. Stay fresh or get ahead with a full Schedule of Classes available for sessions 1, 2 and 3. Additional seven-week sessions will run from May 10 to June 25 and from June 28 to August 13 (only available to certain majors.)
Students may find that summer is the right time to take science classes with laboratory and field components. The face-to-face immersive environment of taking these classes in the summer can give students a head-start going into the upcoming academic year, help students obtain requirements for their majors or gain credits they missed during the previous fall and spring semesters.
When you take your summer classes, you can also stay in comfortable and spacious apartment-style housing. This option is beneficial for students who are taking advantage of other academic opportunities such as campus jobs, research positions, or internships in the area.
Housing is available at a minimal cost of only $35 per week. This deal is available for students from Clarion University or from other colleges or high schools.
Here are some other helpful tools for Summer Sessions:
For students completing a total of 12 credits at Clarion University. Students using this form are not eligible to receive financial aid to cover the costs of attending classes. Graduate applications cannot use the quick admit form.
This option is for degree-seeking students
For previously enrolled degree-seeking students.
For questions or additional admission information, visit Admissions or call 814 393 2306.
For questions about course registration visit the Registrar or call 814 393 2229. You may also contact these offices by calling the toll-free number, 800 672 7171.
Don't forget to have fun! If you're in town for the summer, remember that our proximity to the Clarion River, the North Country Trail system and Cook Forest make our campus ideal for summer activities in between your classes.