Emory and Oxford Students

Emory College Students

Emory College students may register for classes on OPUS beginning February 3, 2017. Students may also register in person on the registration day at the Registrar's Office (B. Jones Center), 9:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.

1st Session: Monday, May 15
2nd session: Monday, June 26

Returning students (those not enrolled during the spring term) must contact Dean Brzinski (poljb@emory.edu) one month in advance of the beginning of the summer term and apply for readmission. Contact the Office for Undergraduate Education, 300 White Hall, 404-727-6069.

Emory College students must register for Maymester classes before May 1, 2017. Some courses may have limited course capacity.

Oxford College Students

Advisement Required
Students who plan to enroll in Emory summer school must meet with their advisors to plan a summer school schedule before they can pre-register.  Students must bring their Oxford Summer School on the Atlanta Campus Pre-registration Form signed by their advisor to the Advising Support Center in order for our personnel to enroll students in Emory summer school.

Spring 2017 Graduates
All Oxford Spring 2017 degree candidates planning to take summer school classes at Emory will need to inform the Advising Support Center for your Summer 2017 registration access to be granted.  If you have not applied for graduation, we will not be able to grant you access to register for Summer classes.

Oxford College undergraduates should refer here for more information on Summer School at Emory.

Incoming Freshmen or Transfer Students

Undergraduates (freshmen or transfer students) admitted to Emory College for the 2017 fall term who wish to take summer courses should notify the Office of Admission in writing at least one month prior to the registration day of the session the student plans to attend. First-year or transfer students should make an appointment meet with an academic adviser prior to registering for class. To schedule an advising appointment, please call the Office for Undergraduate Education, 404-727-6069.


Please note that course offerings are subject to change/cancellation. A course may be cancelled or sections combined due to insufficient enrollment or on the need of the faculty.

If a course is cancelled, students will be given the opportunity to register for an available course. Students will be notified of course changes/cancellation at the earliest opportunity.