Summer Term Applicants
SummerTerm is open to current Drew students, as well as visiting students from other colleges and universities, college graduates and college level students not currently engaged in any formal educational program. High school juniors and seniors, ready to sample higher education, may also share the classroom with college students and our distinguished faculty.
On Campus Classes for College Students
Session I: May 21 – June 29, 2018
Session II: July 2 – August 10, 2018
Both are six weeks in duration, but within this date range will be embedded shorter sessions.
$721 per credit
$2,884 per four credit course
$5,768 per eight credit course
Certain courses include lab and studio fees (check individual course descriptions).
Financial statements are provided through the TreeHouse portal only (they will not be mailed). Payment is due in full before the start of classes. Financial aid is not available for SummerTerm.
Drew students register through TreeHouse Self-Service. SummerTerm runs on an open enrollment basis so a PIN is not required in order to register for classes. However, we recommend that you consult with your advisor before registering.
Register in TreeHouse
Visiting students must be in good academic standing at their home school and have successfully met all course prerequisites in order to enroll. It is the responsibility of visiting students to secure approval from their home schools before registering for summer classes. Drew cannot guarantee that a course will be transferable but can provide course syllabi to assist with this process. To register:
- Submit the application by clicking the green “Apply for Classes” button below.
- You will receive an email asking you to activate your Drew account. Activating your account gives you access to TreeHouse, the online student portal. Access to TreeHouse is required in order to register for classes, submit required health forms, to view your statement of charges and to register your car for a parking pass.
- Once you have access to your TreeHouse student portal, click on “Add or Drop Classes” under the “Registrar” heading to register for classes. Please review the “Registration Instructional Video” for further assistance with the registration process, though keep in mind a pin number is not required for summer classes.
- If you wish to attend a course for which the prerequisite requirements were fulfilled at a school other than Drew, please complete the “Registration Agreement” so that the Registrar’s Office can process your request.
- Go to the Admitted Student page for information regarding health forms required of all students attending classes at Drew, parking, housing and other services.
Apply for Classes
International students are required to have an F-1 student visa in order to participate in this program and must submit the following to the Office of Continuing Education, Drew University, Madison, NJ 07940:
- Official TOEFL scores
- Course-by-course evaluation of all academic credentials submitted in English
Withdrawal, Refund Policy and Cancellations
- All cancellations must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
- Please review the academic calendar for deadlines regarding adding/dropping classes.
- Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal. Failure to withdraw officially will result in a grade of “F” for the course. You will also be billed for the cost of the course.
- Drew reserves the right to cancel courses at any time. A full refund will be issued if a course is cancelled by Drew University.
Once you are registered for a SummerTerm class, visit the admitted student page for information on housing, billing, accessibility resources, parking passes, network accounts, ID cards, classroom assignments and more.
Off Campus Program – Wall Street Summer
This program is designed for Drew undergraduate students and visiting students from other colleges and universities. Students will register for ECON 281 Wall Street and the Economy which is an 8-credit course with two pre-requisite requirements, ECON 101 Economic Principles: Microeconomics and ECON 102 Economic Principles: Macroeconomics. Students who have not satisfied pre-requisite requirements must secure instructor permission in order to attend.
This class is subject to the withdrawal and refund policies covering intensive schedule classes. Students who withdraw after registering, but before the first meeting of the course receive a full refund. Students who withdraw before the second full day of the course receive a 50 percent tuition refund. Students who withdraw after the second full day of the course receive no refund. Application fees are not refundable.
Applications are now being accepted from Drew’s undergraduate students and visiting students from other colleges and universities. Space is limited and admissions decisions will be granted on a rolling basis.
Admitted students can begin registering on March 12, 2018.
Before you can register for this program, you must submit an online application for admission. Once admitted, you will be instructed to register for ECON 281 Wall Street and the Economy (intermediate level course). This course has two pre-requisite requirements: ECON 101 Economic Principles: Microeconomics and ECON 102 Economic Principles: Macroeconomics. Students who have not completed both courses must have instructor permission in order to register.
Withdrawal and Reimbursement Policy
All withdrawal requests must be made in writing by emailing the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org and the SummerTerm Office at email@example.com by the deadlines indicated below.
- Wall Street Session I: Thursday, May 24 – Friday, June 15, 2018
Students who withdraw before the first day of classes, May 24, 2018 receive a full refund less the $25 application fee. Students who withdraw from classes before midnight of May 25, 2018 receive a 50% tuition refund, less the $25 application fee. No refunds will be issued to students who withdraw after midnight of May 25, 2018.
Apply for Wall Street Summer Program
High School Students
In addition to submitting the online application, high school students must also provide the additional documentation described under Programs for High School Students.
Programs for High School Students – Early College
To qualify for the Early College program, high school junior and senior students must demonstrate strong academic and extracurricular achievement.
Admitted students may attend introductory (100 level) college courses for academic credit. Students who are interested in attending an intermediate (200 level) or upper (300 level) course can only do so if all pre-requisites have been successfully met or by permission from the instructor.
High school students pay reduced tuition of $500 per credit, or $2,000 for each on-campus four-credit course. There are no discounts for the Wall Street program. The tuition for the Wall Street program is $5,768.
High school students must first apply for admission to the Early College program. Once the application is reviewed and the student has been admitted, instructions will be provided on how to register for classes.
In addition to the online application, high school juniors and seniors must submit the following for all courses:
- Official copy of high school transcript
- Two letters of recommendation: one from a high school teacher, one from high school guidance counselor.
- Minors must have the written permission of parent/guardian (will be provided once the student has been accepted).
- Please mail all application materials to: Office of Continuing Education, Drew University, 36 Madison Ave, Madison NJ 07940
Apply for Early College Summer Program