You may register for summer session without submitting an application if you meet all three of the following conditions:
- You are an undergraduate or graduate degree student enrolled at CU-Boulder in classes during spring semester 2014 and are continuing through summer session 2014.
- You are in good standing or you have been academically suspended from a CU-Boulder degree program at the end of spring semester 2014 and wish to raise your grade point average (GPA) to have your suspension released. (Exception: If you are on academic suspension from the graduate business program, the School of Education, the Graduate School, or the Law School, you cannot register for summer classes if you are still in the same college or school.)
- You did not complete a degree at the end of spring semester 2014.
Note: If you receive your degree in May 2014, you may apply for summer session as a nondegree student or submit a new application for admission in order to pursue another degree.
If you are a CU-Boulder undergraduate degree student enrolled for spring semester 2014 and wish to transfer to another college or school on the Boulder campus for summer session 2014, refer to the University of Colorado Boulder Catalog and consult with the advising office of the college or school you wish to enter for appropriate instructions, deadlines, academic requirements, and application forms. Some colleges and schools allow intrauniversity transfer for fall and spring semesters only.
If you are a former CU-Boulder degree student and were not enrolled for spring semester 2014 but would like to transfer to another college or school on the Boulder campus for summer session 2014, see the Former/Readmit Degree Students section.