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Summer Semester at Utah State University

31Oct2014

Enchanted Modernities - Mysticism, Landscape & the American West

Caine College of the Arts and the Leverhulme Trust…

31Oct2014

Exhibitions - 'Black Mountain College' and 'Relational Forms'

Black Mountain College: Shaping Craft + Design. This…

31Oct2014

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Held in the Tippetts Exhibit Hall, Artist Plus Teacher…

31Oct2014

Annual Graduate Student Exhibition

There will be an opening reception Nov. 6 from 5-7 p.m.…

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Summer is an excellent time to attend classes at Utah State University. This summer semester features:

  • Redesigned schedule that allows students to take classes and still have several weeks of summer vacation. Three-day weekends during the seven-week session.
  • Extra course offerings in some departments.
  • Smaller class sizes in most instances.
  • Inexpensive summer rent.
  • In-state tuition rate for all students, regardless of residency.
  • Great weather: average high of 80 degrees.
  • Outdoor recreation opportunities.
  • Availability of classes that may be difficult to get during fall and spring semesters.

Choose to attend one or both summer sessions:

  • Four-Week May Session: May 5-30, classes held Monday through Friday
  • Seven-Week Main Session: June 2-July 16, classes held Monday through Thursday (3-day weekends!)

Summer Registration Dates

  • February 14: The tentative list of summer classes will be available at the Registrar’s website (check this site for a link). While changes are made to the schedule after this point, they are usually very few.
  • April 1: Classes viewable in Access
  • April 7: Registration Begins

Things to do to prepare to attend summer semester at Utah State University:

  1. Arrange summer housing.
  2. Choose classes.
  3. Register for classes.
  4. Make scholarship/ financial aid arrangements.
  5. Pay tuition and fees by April 23, 2014.