- I am an undergraduate at another university, but I would like to take a class at Emory this summer. How do I know what courses are offered at Emory this summer?
- Do I need to complete and submit a Summer School application?
- How do Oxford students enroll in summer school courses?
- How much does it cost?
- Is financial aid available?
- Is the Emory Payment Plan (EPP) available in the summer?
- Is housing available?
- How many hours may I register for?
- Where is the Summer School office located?
- When is registration?
- What if I enroll in a summer school course on OPUS and then decide not to attend the summer session?
- When is my tuition payment due?
- More Questions?
I am an undergraduate at another university, but I would like to take a class at Emory this summer. How do I know what courses are offered at Emory this summer?
Transient students are welcome to enroll in courses during the summer. Emory offers a three week Maymester term and two convenient six-week sessions. For course offerings and descriptions, refer to the 2018 Course Atlas or OPUS.
Currently enrolled Emory College degree-seeking students do not have to complete an application. You may enroll in courses through OPUS. Transient students (non-degree seeking) must complete and submit the online Emory Transient Application, Letter of good standing from their home institution, and $75 application fee.
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 2018 Graduates
All Oxford Spring 2018 degree candidates planning to take summer school classes at Emory will need to inform the Advising Support Center for your Summer 2018 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.
Tuition is assessed per credit hour during the summer. Emory and transient students are assessed $1522 per credit hour. Oxford students are assessed $1387 or $1494 per credit hour. All students enrolled on campus are assessed $132 for student athletic and health fees. Additional fees may apply.
Emory and transient students must enroll for at least six (6) hours to be eligible and considered for financial aid in the summer.
For Emory students, a separate financial application for summer is NOT necessary. Once you register for summer classes on OPUS, your financial aid is reviewed and considered if you receive aid during the year. Students are strongly encouraged to register for all the hours they intend to take during the summer, so they can be considered for the maximum aid. Federal work-study or PELL grant is not available during the summer.
For transient (non-degree seeking) students, a limited number of transient student scholarships are available to help with tuition costs. You can complete the transient student scholarship information with your online application by May 21, 2018.
Yes, the payment plan is available in the summer IF you are enrolled for both six-week summer sessions.
Yes, but you must apply. Campus housing is available to Emory and transient students enrolled in either Maymester or the six-week summer sessions. Students live on the Clairmont campus during the summer. For more information and to request summer housing , please review the Housing web site at www.emory.edu/HOUSING.
Students may enroll in ONE Maymester course offering. Students may register for up to ten (10) hours in each six-week session. You must obtain permission from your class dean (Office for Undergraduate Education, 300 White Hall) if you wish to take more than 10 hours in a six-week session.
550 Asbury Circle, Candler Library, Suite 200.
Emory students may enroll in a summer school course (on OPUS) beginning Februray 9, 2018. If you do not register on OPUS, you may register in person on May 21 (also the first day of class) for first session and July 2 (also the first day of class) for second session. Registration is held in the Office of the Registrar (101 B. Jones Center), 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
What if I enroll in a summer school course on OPUS and then decide not to attend the summer session?
Assessed summer tuition and fees must be paid by May 25 to avoid cancellation. Students who register in person on May 21 or July 2 must pay their tuition and fees at registration. Please refer to the Student Financial Services web site for deadlines, policy information, and refund schedule (be sure to click on the withdrawal schedule tab).
Emory College of Arts and Sciences
Candler Library Suite 200
550 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322