Summer Registration Guidelines
Summer Term enrollment processes differ from the regular academic year in several important ways. The biggest difference is summer term is comprised of many sessions—shorter time periods within the term with various start and end dates. These sessions govern enrollment and billing deadlines. Session titles are listed on each class in the CAESAR class search. A session chart is also available.
See the example below to find your session in CAESAR and review the session chart to find the start and end dates.
Important Note: Review the Student Financial Services calculator prior to making any enrollment changes—including adding a class. You will need the session start and end dates of the class you're considering. In order to receive a 100% refund of tuition charges a class must be dropped before its session has begun.
Guidelines for Adding a Class
- You may add classes via CAESAR self-service up through June 27, 2022. Please Note: Any enrollments on your record in a session that has already begun will result in a tuition charge.
- Unlike the regular academic year, classes can be added after the 5th day of the quarter so long as their session has not begun yet. This cannot be accomplished via self-service in CAESAR. Adds after the first five days of summer quarter must be done via the Office of the Registrar. Non-SPS undergraduates can fill out the Add/Drop/PN form. Graduate students should email email@example.com.
- If you are trying to swap classes after the first week of the quarter, use the Add/Drop/PN Form.
Guidelines for Dropping/Withdrawing from a Class
- Unlike the regular academic year, the last day to drop courses via CAESAR varies by session. Review this chart to find your deadline. The chart also shows the date after which a drop results in a W grade.
- Summer enrollment transactions that cannot be accomplished via CAESAR must be requested through the Office of the Registrar. Undergraduates can fill out the Add/Drop/PN form. Graduate students should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To review the potential financial impact of a dropped class enter the start and end dates of the session in which the class is held on the Student Financial Services calculator.
- In order to receive a 100% refund of tuition charges a class must be dropped before its session has begun. See Student Finance for additional information about refunds.
- Dropping classes within summer term may impact your financial aid eligibility. Please contact Brian Drabik in the Office of Financial Aid to discuss the financial aid implications of your enrollment changes.
- If you registered for summer Term but do not plan to attend, action is necessary. Undergraduates can fill out the Add/Drop/PN form to drop their last/only class. Graduate students should email email@example.com for assistance if you are dropping your last/only class.
- If you plan to withdraw from the university completely and not return in a future quarter, please fill out a term withdrawal form.