Current CU Boulder degree-seeking students register for Summer Session through MyCUInfo the same way they register for the fall and spring semesters.
If you received an academic suspension at the end of the spring 2016 semester, you can still register for Summer Session through MyCUInfo. Once your summer coursework is complete, you may be able to contact your dean’s office and have the hold released.
|Seniors||Wednesday, March 2|
|Juniors||Thursday, March 3|
|Sophomores||Friday, March 4|
|Freshmen||Friday, March 4|
|Graduate, law, and business graduate students||Thursday, March 3|
Login to MyCUInfo and click Your Enrollment Dates to view your assigned enrollment appointment.
If you are registering for a lecture course that has a required recitation and/or lab, be sure to select both sections in MyCUInfo. You can identify these linked courses in the course listing. Once you select the lecture, the system prompts associated recitations of labs.
If you would like to take an independent study, thesis, or doctoral dissertation hours (with a 900-level section number), you must contact the department for permission before you can enroll. Enrollment in these courses is limited by each department.
You have through July 8 to register for independent study course work and thesis hours. While these sections are listed as Session D, they follow the add/drop/withdrawal deadlines for Session B.
The maximum credit load allowed for most colleges and schools during Summer Session is 16 credit hours. Law students may register for no more than 8 credit hours, and graduate students in the School of Education may register for no more than 9 credit hours.
Most courses are taken for a letter grade (A, B, C, D, or F), but you may choose a different credit or grading basis, pass/fail or no credit. Independent study courses, and occasionally regular courses, are offered on a variable credit basis. Students must designate the number of credit hours they wish to receive for the course at the time of registration. Visit the 2015-2016 University of Colorado Boulder Catalog website for more information about these options.
If you are eligible to take a course but find it is full, you may be able to waitlist. Placing your name on a waitlist does not guarantee enrollment in a course. If you are enrolled, you will receive an email notification. Visit the Office of the Registrar website for more information.
Waitlist deadlines in summer vary by session. Refer to the Session Calendars section for details on the last day to add your name to a waitlist as well as when the waitlist is cancelled.
If you have problems or questions concerning online registration, contact the Office of the Registrar via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-492-6970.