Published: May 24, 2018

Students walking outside at the C4C.Although summer is in full swing on campus, it is not too late to register for summer classes. You or your dependents can take advantage your tuition benefit this summer to explore an interest, sharpen professional knowledge and skills, and earn university credit.

CU Boulder offers hundreds of on-campus and online classes during three, five, eight and 10-week sessions during the summer. Delve into business, anthropology, arts and design, the natural sciences, foreign languages, history, marketing and so much more!

Remaining Summer Session Dates

  • Session A: June 4–July 6
  • Session B: July 10–Aug. 10
  • Session C: June 4–July 27
  • Session D: June 4–Aug. 10
  • Augmester: Aug. 6–23

Explore available summer courses on the university’s course search.

Get Started as a Nondegree Student

You do not have to be a degree-seeking student to take classes for credit. Staff members and visiting students—from local high schools and other colleges and universities—may apply to the university as nondegree students.

Learn more and take advantage of your tuition benefit.

For questions about:

  • CU Boulder’s Tuition Assistance Benefit: Contact Employee Services at tuitionbenefit@cu.edu or call 303-860-4200,

Summer courses and enrollment: Contact the Summer Session team at SummerInfo@colorado.edu or call 303-492-5148.