Summer 2020 Registration

Summer Registration Information

The summer programs include two four-week summer sessions offering academic courses in June and July. Summer Session I classes are held June 1 - June 26 and Summer Session II classes are held June 29 - July 24. Classes during both sessions will be held Monday through Friday. We are offering in-class as well as on-line classes this summer. The normal credit load is four credits per four-week session.

To Register:

Complete the Summer Registration Application and submit it to the Registrar's Office no later than May 20.

The application form constitutes your actual registration; you will be assumed to be attending class and will receive a bill for the balance of your tuition (plus room and board, if applicable) unless you withdraw your registration via Norse Hub or my.luther.edu or by contacting the Registrar’s Office in writing by May 20. Tuition refund policy for cancellation of registration after this date appears under “Refund Policy.”

Course Information

Summer course offerings are available on Norse Hub and my.luther.edu. To view ALL summer courses offered, choose the term from the drop down and select M-F, click submit.

Important Dates (Session I/Session II/Summer Term):

  • June 1/June 29/June 1 - First day of classes
  • June 2/June 30/June 8 - Last day to add/change classes
  • June 2/June 30/June 8 - Last day to authorize cr/no cr grading
  • June 4/July 2/June 16 - Last day to withdraw without record
  • June 11/July 9/July 7 - Last day to withdraw with “W” grade
  • June 25/July 23/August 20 - Last day to cancel cr/no cr authorization
  • June 26/July 24/August 21 - Last day of classes

Charges 

Tuition is charged per credit hour.

2020 Summer Tuition:     $500 per credit hour

For additional information, please see Financial Services.

Room charges: Contact Residence Life for information.

On the first day of the session you are enrolled in you must settle all accounts with the Office for Financial Services located in Main Building.

Housing and Meal Plans

Summer Housing in college residence halls is available by application for students who commute more than 30 miles to campus. An application for summer housing is required and is available in the Residence Life office or in the Summer Housing section of their website. Please note that a summer meal plan is required for students who live on campus for the summer; contact Residence Life or Dining Services for prices and additional information.

Students enrolled in Summer Sessions should request a summer Student Post Office (SPO) box at the Mail Center in the Dahl Centennial Union.