Get ahead this summer by taking courses at Immaculata University!
Becoming a visiting student for summer is easy. If you’re a visiting student, credits you earn over the summer at Immaculata University can easily transfer back to your home institution. Summer sessions are also available for current students of Immaculata University who are looking to enrich their summer break.
- Taking a course could lighten your load for the upcoming year.
- Finish your degree faster by transferring classes back to your home institution.
- The relaxed pace of summer will help you focus on a challenging course.
- Numerous online course options give you the flexibility you need for summer travel.
We offer three convenient summer sessions that run for seven or 15 weeks, with flexible times that work for your schedule.
There are three summer sessions which offer courses in a variety of subject areas with flexible times that work for your schedule.
- Summer Full Session: May 20 – August 16
- Summer I Session: May 20 – July 7
- Summer II Session: July 8 – August 20
Some course start and end dates may vary from those listed above.
Fall is broken into 3 terms:
- August 26 – October 14
- October 15 – December 13
- August 26 – December 13
Frequently Asked Questions
When does summer registration start?
Registration begins on Monday, March 25th.
Will the courses I take at IU during Summer Session transfer back to my college?
Be sure to check with your home institution to make sure the IU course(s) you are taking will transfer back. Once you have completed the course, contact Immaculata’s Registrar’s Office to request an official transcript to send to your home institution.
What is the cost per credit for a visiting student for summer session?
The cost per credit is $540. A payment plan option is available – click here for more details.
Additional fees may apply depending on the type of class you take (ex. lab classes, art classes, music classes have additional fees).
Is Summer Session included in my comprehensive tuition?
Summer session courses are not included in College of Undergraduate Studies comprehensive tuition.
I have never taken an online course before. What can I expect?
Hundreds of students enroll in IU’s online courses each year. Immaculata University offers a free online success seminar that will help you navigate the online learning environment. Rather than listen to the professor and join a discussion in a classroom, you will interact with everyone through your computer. You may be asked to comment on other students’ responses. With the exception of quizzes, exams, and assignment deadlines, you may complete the coursework on your own schedule.
How do I access my online course?
You may access your course through Immaculata’s learning management system, Moodle. Visiting students will receive login information and directions by email and mail. It is important that you log in prior to your course starting; this will give you time to explore and ask any questions you may have.
When will a decision be made to cancel low enrolled courses and how will I be notified?
Low enrolled courses will typically be cancelled a week before Summer Session begins. Students will be notified via their personal and Immaculata University email address if their course has been cancelled and a full refund will be issued.
How do I drop/withdraw from a course?
Requests to drop or withdraw from a Summer Session course must be sent in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to log into a course does not constitute an official withdrawal. Students must request drops PRIOR to the start date of the class to receive a full refund. All requests to drop/withdrawal received after the start of the class will be processed as in accordance with the tuition refund policy.
How to Register
If you’re a new or visiting student, registering for courses is easy. Just follow the steps below to get started. If you’re a current student, you can register directly through SSIU via MYIU.
- Determine which course you would like to take.
You can search for courses by subject – just select the term, and then select your subject of interest and search for courses.
- Apply / Register for classes.
New or visiting students may complete the Non-Degree Application/Registration Form.
If you’re a high school student or parent/guardian, please use the High School Student Non-Degree Application/Registration Form.
- That’s it!