Take Advantage of Summer Semester

Summer Semester is Just Around the Corner!

Summer classes provide a great opportunity to earn your degree faster, all while enjoying summer activities!

Your Classes & Support Follow You

This summer, most classes are available online with some face-to-face and interactive broadcast options. As long as you have a wi-fi or mobile hotspot, you can complete your classes wherever you go, whenever you go. Plus, many online courses are self-paced, meaning you can pace yourself throughout the semester.

Even if your plans take you away from home this summer, USU's support services and resources are still available to you, including: tutoring, test proctoring, library access, and health and wellness resources. Many have online options, so you'll be supported in your academic success wherever you are. And if you're in Utah, you can access resources and support at one of USU's 30 campuses and centers statewide!

USU Ready

Finish Faster

Many of the courses available this summer fulfill your general education requirements. By knocking out one or two general ed classes, you'll be able to start your program sooner, meaning you can graduate faster or have fewer classes during spring and fall semesters to enjoy more time with friends, family, and your community.

Most classes are also set at the in-state tuition rate. Not only can you earn your degree faster, you may save money while doing so! You can also explore all of the financial resources and services that USU has made available to you through Student Financial Support.

Student Financial Support

Ready to Get Started?

Prepare for summer semester by logging into College Scheduler. Within College Scheduler, you will be able to generate a variety of daily schedules to fit your needs based on criteria you input, such as campus location, desired courses, and work breaks. Online classes do not have set meeting times.

If you haven’t used College Scheduler before, now is a great time to watch the tutorials videos and test out this new tool before the day of registration.


Registration Opens: April 6
First Day of Classes: May 9
How to Prepare for Registration:

Why You Should Take Courses During the Summer

  • Most courses are available online and can be completed wherever you have Wi-fi (or a mobile hotspot)
  • Some interactive broadcast and in-person classes are available
  • Good selection of popular general education courses
  • Most classes are set at the in-state tuition rate
  • Financial aid is available (some restrictions may apply)
  • Class sizes are smaller
  • Finish college faster