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Drew University offers a variety of educational opportunities during the summer session, including undergraduate, graduate, and theological courses, as well as a program in New York City, and opportunities for high school students. Visiting students from other colleges and universities are most welcome to take summer courses at Drew.
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SummerTerm 2013 Session Dates
May 20 – June 14 (four week session)
June 17 – July 12 (four week session)
June 17 – July 26 (six week session)
Summer Orientation Information
In order to be better prepared for the start of Summer Session II classes, please review our orientation page for information on billing, disability services, parking passes, network accounts, ID cards, classroom assignments and more!
SummerTerm 2013 Undergraduate Courses
Attending summer classes is a great way to catch up, lighten your fall course load or get ahead! You’ll find the same courses and faculty–at half the cost and with credits completed in a fraction of the time! Summer undergraduate courses are open to both Drew students and visiting students from other colleges and universities.
See if Drew is offering a summer course that meets YOUR needs!
- College of Liberal Arts Undergraduate Summer 2013 Course List (scroll down to view courses listed in alphabetical order)
- Syllabi for 2013 undergraduate summer courses (dates may pertain to past semesters, but the course content will remain the same)
- 2013 Course Additions
- 2013 Course Cancellations
- Drew’s old course numbers vs. new
Summer Undergraduate Tuition
Summer tuition for 2013 undergraduate courses is $622 per credit, or $2,488 for each four-credit course.
How to Register
Visiting Students: Please download the registration form below and submit your completed form to Drew’s Office of the Registrar. Visiting students must provide authorization from their home schools indicating they are in good academic standing and have permission to enroll in Drew’s SummerTerm Program. This can come in the form of a signature on Drew’s Visiting Student Registration Form or by submitting supporting documentation. All forms must be signed by the student indicating they have read the information regarding registration, payment of fees and refund policy for the SummerTerm and understand their responsibility related to these procedures and deadlines.
Registration forms will be accepted via:
By Mail: Office of the Registrar, Drew University, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940
Email: Registration forms can be scanned and sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Person: The Office of the Registrar is open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and is located in Tilghman House.
Drew Students: Please register via Treehouse Self-Service Registration
New York City Summer Intensive Undergraduate Program
- Wall Street Summer Program
Please note an important change in the dates for Summer Session II as listed below:
July 22 – August 9; Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Wall Street Summer Program Application Form (scroll down to the bottom of page)
Summer Programs for High School Students
Summer study is a great chance for high school students to explore their interests and experience learning on a college campus. Drew University is pleased to present a number of ways that high school students can get involved and expand their horizons!
- Credit-bearing summer programs for high school students
- Non-credit summer programs for high school students
Summer courses are only open to those enrolled in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must submit an application packet and a non-refundable application fee of $35 to the Graduate Admissions Office. For further information, please call (973) 408-3110 or visit the Caspersen School’s website.
Summer courses provide an opportunity for seminary students to continue their studies outside the regular academic year. Courses are open to both matriculated and qualified non-matriculated students. Please contact the Theological School at 973.408.3109 to learn more about summer 2013 theological courses:
Summer Enrichment and Athletic Camps
Learn about other summer opportunities on campus, including The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ and Archaeology in Ancient Umbria.
Housing accommodations are available on campus for Summer Term. Please contact the Housing, Conferences, and Hospitality Office directly for information at (973) 408-3681 or email to email@example.com.
Drew’s library resources are available to all summer students. For more information about resources, services, and hours, please visit the University Library website.