Registration for Summer Session 2016 is now open.
The Summer Session registration form can be found in the Summer Session bucket of your e-portfolio. Current Wesleyan students should submit a completed registration form with payment to the Summer Session office at 74 Wyllys Avenue.
Registration forms accompanied by full payment will be processed in the order received.
Students who participate in Wesleyan Summer Session are bound by the policies in the Wesleyan University Student Handbook including the honor code and the code of non-academic conduct, as well as the academic regulations.
International students are welcome to take Summer Session courses. An F-1 Student Visa is required. Wesleyan University international students should check with Janice Watson (email@example.com) to clarify any visa questions or issues.
How to Drop or Withdraw from Summer Session Courses
To withdraw from Summer Session, please send a request via email from your "@wesleyan.edu" address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who wish to withdraw from ANTH242 in Oaxaca should contact the Study Abroad office before withdrawing.
In your email:
1: Please include: Your full name and WESID
2: Please include the course number and name of the course(s) you wish to drop/withdraw from
3: Please include the name and email address of your advisor and class dean so that we can include them in the confirmation email.
4: Students who received student loans to pay for Summer Session should discuss the implication of the drop/withdrawal on student loans with Mary Kelly (email@example.com or 860.685.3334) prior to dropping/withdrawing.
Once the faculty advisor approval has been received, the drop/withdrawal will be processed.
To drop or withdraw from one course and add another, please follow the instructions for dropping/withdrawing from a course, but add a request to register for an additional course.
Your advisor must approve the added course before the switch can be made. Please see the Calendar for drop/withdrawal deadlines and tuition liability.