Registration is in progress, stop by the Registrar’s Office window.
Summer Session registration begins March 2, 2015, at the Registrar and Academic Advising Window in Tomson Hall.
Registration is a contract with St. Olaf College to pay all tuition charges and complete the course. Register early to avoid course cancellation.
NOTE: A $50.00 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of Summer Session registration. This amount will be applied toward the Summer Session tuition charge. Tuition must be paid by the first day of class, or suitable payment arrangements made with Student Accounts.
No student will be allowed to attend summer classes unless properly registered.
Registration – Summer Music Lessons:
Students taking Performance Studies Lessons during Summer Session must follow these steps:
- Sign up for lessons at the Music Office
- Pay tuition at the Student Accounts Office
- Officially register for the credit at the Office of the Registrar and Academic Advising
The above steps must be taken before the summer term begins.
Course Cancellation Policy:
The decision to cancel a course is made at the end of the first day of class for Term 1 and Term 2. If the course has not met the minimum enrollment designated by the instructor, then the course will be cancelled upon consultation between the instructor and summer school coordinator.
If a course is cancelled, the student may register for another course by completing a drop/add slip and obtaining the signature of the instructor of the newly added course. If the student determines no other course meets his/her course needs then the $50 deposit will be refunded if registered at 1.00 credit. This is the only circumstance where the deposit is refundable.
Early registration is important for our planning purposes. It also allows faculty to order textbooks early which benefits all enrolled students.
The Summer Sessions calendar has two terms. A student may take a maximum of 2.50 course credits during each term. No exceptions allowed to this maximum.
- Term 1: June 1-July 9 (finals); no classes July 3
- Term 2: July 13-August 19 (finals)
Period 1: 8:00-9:30 a.m.
Period 2: 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Period 3: 12:30-2:00 p.m.
Period 4: 2:30-4:00 p.m.
See class & lab schedule (guest access here) for specific course meeting times – Summer I or Summer II
Please Note: There will be no classes Friday, July 3rd.