Registration for Summer Session is now open!
Registration forms accompanied by applications and full tuition payments will be processed in the order received.
Wesleyan Summer Session is open to college students who feel they have the academic qualifications and stamina to complete an intellectually challenging course in a compressed schedule. Summer Session is short and intensive, so the drop/add period is limited to the first day of classes. All switches and drops must be made prior to the second meeting of a class. For this reason, it is best if students comprehensively discuss academic plans with their advisors at their home institutions, including seeking guidance for transferring credits, in advance of registration.
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.
Current F1 status is required for international students who wish to study at Wesleyan University. Students who already hold an F1 visa should contact their Designated School Official to clarify any visa questions or issues. International students who require an I-20 from Wesleyan should contact Mary Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: April 1, 2015 for Regular Summer Session; April 20, 2015 for Principles of Biology II
Wesleyan University also offers the opportunity to take undergraduate courses in fall and spring on a non-degree basis. Visit our Non-Degree Studies webpage for more information.
Withdrawing from Summer Session
To withdraw from Summer Session, please send a request via email from your "@wesleyan.edu" address to email@example.com.
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
To withdraw from one course and add another, please follow the instructions for withdrawing from a course, but add a request to register for an additional course.
Please see the Calendar for withdrawal deadlines and tuition liability.