Summer sessions offer you a chance to advance toward your degree, catch up on degree requirements or take courses for personal and professional development at a reduced rate. Choose from six-week or eight-week sessions, take classes on campus or try an online iCourse. The ASU academic calendar has all the dates and deadlines you need to know.
Getting Started for Summer
Your status determines your steps to enroll.
View the summer schedule of classes. Registration begins on Feb. 8 for all sessions.
Fall Incoming Undergraduate Student
Admitted to the fall but want to get a jump start on your classes? Learn how you can join us this summer to get acclimated to campus and get some credits under your belt all at the same time.
Undergraduate Students Who Wish to Study at ASU Only During Summer (Nondegree)
If you would like to take classes for personal development this summer, you may submit an application for undergraduate admission as a nondegree student. Start now.
Returning ASU Undergraduate
If you have previously attended ASU but have not been enrolled at ASU for three or more semesters, you must apply for readmission via the application for admission. See undergraduate readmission for further information.
New Graduate Student
Submit an application for graduate admission.
ASU student housing has summer housing options available at all campuses to suit your needs. Your room rate includes a furnished room, utilities, cable and internet services, community facilities and amenities. Apply today!
Tuition & Fees
View summer general undergraduate and graduate tuition and fees.
Need financial aid to attend summer sessions? Eligible continuing and new students are considered for summer financial assistance after completing the summer financial aid process.
The summer sessions credit load limit is seven semester hours for each six-week session, nine semester hours for the eight-week session, and may not exceed a total of 14 semester hours for any combination of sessions. Requests in excess of seven credit hours per summer session must be approved by the college of your major. Please speak with your college for more information on obtaining an overload petition.
Use My ASU to access online registration tools to schedule classes for summer sessions.
ASU highly encourages students to seek advising and review course prerequisites to ensure appropriate class selection.
Inside ASU podcast
School’s NOT out for summer: summer sessions at ASU
Summer might conjure up images of beaches and barbecues, but at ASU it’s more about books and classrooms. That’s because we offer plenty of courses during June, July and August to help you catch up or get ahead. In this episode, Emily and Ben give you all the details on summer courses at ASU.