Summer Session

How to Apply

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Deadlines & Important Notes

Application Type Session # Session Date Online  Paper International Online ONLY
Undergraduate SI June 1 - July 10 May 22 May 15 April 15
Undergraduate SI-A June 1 - June 19 May 22 May 15 April 15
Undergraduate SI-B June 22 - July 10 June 12 June 1 May 15
Undergraduate SII July 13 – August 21 July 3 June 15 June 1
Undergraduate SII-C July 13 - July 31 July 3 June 15 June 1
Undergraduate SII-D August 3 - August 21 July 24 July 15 June 15
Graduate   For deadlines, contact The Graduate School, gradschool@umd.edu

Important Notes

  • The Summer Session Undergraduate Application is for this specific session/year only.  A $75 non-refundable application fee is required. If you attended a prior Winter or Summer Session and wish to take undergraduate credit in Summer Session, you must re-apply. Email summer@umd.edu for an application fee waiver code. 
  • If you attended a prior Winter or Summer Session and wish to take graduate credit, see Graduate Admissions Application
  • Transcripts are not required for the Summer Session Undergraduate Application. Individual course instructors may request a copy of your transcript if the course has listed pre- or co-requisite requirements. If you do not provide this information, you may be dropped from the course. 
  • Summer Session Payment Policy. Payment due within 48 business hours (Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm) after registration.
  • 3-week Summer Sessions: Due to the compressed nature of these sessions, the Schedule Adjustment Period (Drop/Add) ends on the first day of the 3-week session at 4:30 p.m.
  • Online Courses: After registration, it may take 24 – 48 hours before you obtain access to the online course. Students who register on the first day of classes for a 3-week session will run into access issues, which may cause you to fall irreparably behind.
  • Paper Undergraduate Applications: Available upon request to summer@umd.edu.

Apply Now! (Non-UMD Student)

Undergraduate

Graduate

A $75 non-refundable application fee is required.  If you attended UMD in a previous Summer or Winter Session and wish to take undergraduate credit in Summer Session, email summer@umd.edu for an application fee waiver code.

  • Allow a minimum of three business days to process an online application; seven business days for a paper application.  Business days are Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:30pm.
  • Upon submission, an acknowledgement is sent to the email provided on the application. This is the email of record.  Check your spam folder.

Non-UMD Student Categories

Visiting Undergraduate Student

Visiting Graduate Student

  • If you attend another institution or have an undergraduate degree and want to take a course for graduate credit: use the Graduate Admissions Application. When you register, you’ll be charged at the graduate student rate. See Tuition & Fees
  • If you have an undergraduate degree, want to take an undergraduate course, and do not need the credits to count as graduate credits: use the Summer Session Undergraduate Application. When you register, you’ll be charged at the undergraduate student rate.  See Tuition & Fees.

University System of Maryland (USM) Inter-Institutional Enrollment

Current High School Students

  • High School students interested in participating in a pre-college experience (residential or commuter) that features a selection of UMD credit courses, see Terp Scholars Program.
  • High School students interested in taking a regular Summer Session course must apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for Concurrent Enrollment. For complete information, see High School Concurrent Students.

Veterans

D.C. Consortium of Universities

  • Visiting students in the D.C. Consortium of Universities are eligible to enroll for Summer Session. The University’s Office of the Registrar provides oversight for D.C. Consortium Enrollment.

Former UMD Students

Former UMD students who ONLY want to register for undergraduate credit during Summer Session:

Former UMD students who wish to attend in the fall or spring semester, or are attempting to complete their last credits toward a degree at UMD: 

Current & Incoming UMD Students

Undergraduate students may simply register if you:

  • Attended UMD in the current spring semester, or
  • Accepted admission to UMD for the upcoming fall semester.
  • Students who accept admission to UMD for the upcoming spring semester: contact oes@umd.edu.

Graduate students may simply register if you:

  • Attended the UMD in the current spring semester, or
  • Accepted admission to UMD for the upcoming fall semester.

Visiting International Students

UMD does not issue documentation permitting study for credit for Summer Session. Visiting international students seeking credit are eligible to apply if:

  • Currently attending a U.S. institution on an existing I-20, or
  • Currently in the U.S. having possession of a valid visa permitting study at a four-year institution.

Eligible Visiting International Students: Use the Summer Session Undergraduate Application. In addition, submit copies of the documents listed below to summer@umd.edu.

Applicants with J-1 Visa

  1. Passport
  2. I-94 (visit https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/)
  3. DS-2019
  4. Letter of support on official letterhead from your sponsor granting approval.

Applicants with F-1 Visa

  1. Passport
  2. I-94 (visit https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/)
  3. I-20
  4. Letter of approval on official letterhead from your home institution's international office granting approval AND acknowledging the dates for the session in which you plan to register.

Applicants with B1/B2 Visa:

Faculty & Staff

Faculty

Staff

Tuition Remission

  • Contact your department human resources representative for tuition remission assistance. See UHR: Tuition Remission

Golden Identification Program 

Golden ID Program Office

  • The Golden Identification Program (Golden ID) is administered through the Office of the Registrar. Golden ID permits eligible senior citizens to take advantage of the wide variety of course offerings at College Park.
  • Email: registrar-help@umd.edu; Phone: 301-314-8240; Website: Golden ID Program

Application

Registration

  • Newly Admitted or Current Golden ID Students: contact Golden ID Program Office (see above).

Payment

  • Although tuition is waived, Golden ID students are required to pay all fees associated with registration which may include a student services fee, course fee, and/or program fee.
  • Fee payment is required once you receive notification from the Golden ID Program Office that you have been registered. See Summer Session Payment Policy

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