Students can only take one course.
Summer tuition and fees are based on the number of credit hours that a student is registered for, the college, and the student's residency. Visit the Bursar's website for more information.
Students may register for up to 15 credit hours during summer, which includes Maymester.
These courses are included in the GPA, but don't change any academic actions.
These courses end in the suffix EN such as MCEN 3012 or GEEN 1300.
No, these courses fulfill degree requirements but are offered through the College of Arts & Sciences. You can take one of these courses, but you will still need to register for one engineering course for the scholarship.
Yes, the College of Engineering and Applied Science has a Summer Achievement Award for students enrolled in six credit hours during the summer session. A scholarship application link along with the criteria for these awards is emailed to engineering students between March and May of each year. For more information about these awards please contact Gretchen Lee, Scholarship Coordinator, at 303-735-2440 or Gretchen.Lee@Colorado.edu.
Yes, for students who apply for summer and meet the financial aid criteria. Please visit the Financial Aid website.
Yes, COF is available for Colorado residents during the summer. Visit the COF website for more information.
Yes, students on suspension will need to fill out a one-page registration form from Continuing Education. Students on suspension DO NOT need to reapply to CU to attend summer session.
Yes, students need to contact the professor and their department to arrange an independent study. Most engineering departments have an independent study credit hour limit.
Yes, a student can withdraw from summer session with appropriate documentation. Please review the summer catalog or the online catalog for the summer withdrawal schedule. Visit the Registrar's website or call 303-492-5148.
Yes, the college welcomes students from other engineering colleges to take CU summer classes. Students may register though Continuing Education at CU. Contact the summer session dean if you have questions about courses being offered.
Yes, please apply to be a summer degree student by Jan.15, prior to your entering year. Also, you will need to attend an Orientation session. Please contact your department or the Dean's Office for advising.
Yes, students will need to fill out a one-page registration from through Continuing Education and will need permission from the summer session dean to register from some of the upper division courses.
Yes, an engineering student can register through concurrent registration for up to 6 credit hours on another CU campus as long as s/he is enrolled in one CU-Boulder course. Engineering students need to have Dean's approval prior to registration. For more information, please call 303-492-6970.
Yes, check with your department about taking courses pass/fail.