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Save Time – Save Money – Reach Your Goals Faster

Summer Courses: May 20 – August 11

Online Registration:  March 18 – May 27 (registration for late-start courses available)

Taking summer courses can help you stay on track to graduate, or provide the opportunity to focus on completing the more challenging courses in your major.

All 2020 summer courses will be held remotely, allowing you to maintain proper social distance guidelines as they continue to evolve. Course delivery will differ by program, so please talk to your academic advisor to find out which course is best for you. If you are a GSU student, find your advisor here, or if you are a new or visiting student, apply now.

Visiting Students

Visiting Students

As a visiting (non-degree seeking) student, you can complete both general education and upper-division coursework this summer at GSU. Check with your advisor about transferring upper-division courses.
Apply for FREE!
Use code SUMMER1.
(Visiting students ineligible for financial aid.)

Transfer Students

Transfer Students

Summer courses are the perfect opportunity to catch up on general education courses or explore areas of your academic interest in subjects such as Communication Disorders, Accounting, Psychology, and more.  

To qualify for summer financial aid, apply to GSU as a transfer student.  

Continuing GSU Students

Continuing GSU Students

Students who take summer courses are more likely to graduate in four years. If you took fewer classes than your 15-to-Finish plan, use this time to stay on track. Talk with your advisor about the best summer class for your degree plan.

 

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Use the financial aid you are eligible for this summer. Check with the Office of Financial Aid, to find out if your Pell Grant can be applied. And don’t forget - GSU’s tuition rate is the lowest of any university in northern Illinois.

Summer Class Schedule

Summer Class Schedule

Check out the GSU Summer Session schedule. Find the courses you need when you need them. Registration begins March 19. For application assistance, contact the Office of Admissions

 

 

 

Illinois Articulation Initiative

Illinois Articulation Initiative

GSU is part of the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI), a statewide agreement that allows transfer of the completed Illinois General Education Core Curriculum between participating institutions. View GSU's Summer 2019 IAI courses. Check with your home institution.

 

 

Specialty Learning Opportunities

Specialty Learning Opportunities

GSU offers professional and personal development courses as well as ESL and Adult Learning opportunities – on campus, off campus, and on line. Learn more.

 

Youth Camps and Programs

Youth Camps and Programs

Summer at GSU is also time for children to go to college!

STEAM Camps – for middle and high school students, ages 11 to 16.

Emerald City Theatre School Summer Camp – for children, ages 7 to 14.

 

Jaguar Connection

Jaguar Connection

Explore what it means to be a Jaguar with the Jaguar Success Guide. Find resources that fit your needs—whether you are a first-year student living on campus, a working adult commuting to class, or a graduate student with a family. We are here to help you succeed.