Note that you do not need to be a St. Olaf student to benefit from our summer course offerings.
(see “Guest Student Information” at left)
Why study in summer?
- Reduced tuition compared to the regular academic year
- Focus on just one or two classes
- Fulfill graduation requirements
- Small class sizes
- Take up to 2.50 credits per term
- Enjoy summer on the Hill (Facebook link)
Registration begins February 29, 2016:
Term 1: June 6–July 14:
- June 6: First day of class
- June 9: Last day to add a class
- June 20: Last day to drop a class or make S/U change
- July 14: Last day of classes/final exams
- July 21: Grades due
- No classes July 4 (holiday)
Term 2: July 18–August 24 (finals):
- July 18: First day of class
- July 21: Last day to add a class
- August 1: Last day to drop a class or make S/U change
- August 24: Last day of classes/final exams
- August 24: Summer IS/IR/Internship projects due
- August 31: Grades due
- August 31: Summer IS/IR/Internship grades due
Guest access here
Online course offered by the Associated Colleges of the Midwest – TBD
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 on that day, then the course may be cancelled after consultation between the instructor and the summer sessions 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.
Summer 2016 Cancelled Courses:
Summer Session I:
ECON 113: Capitalism
BIO 233: Intermediate Genetics
SPAN 112: Beginning Spanish II
Summer Session II:
PSCI 111: American Politics
ESAC 133: Individual Fitness .5
PSYCH 238: Biopsychology
Contact Paula Stowe (507-786-3006) with questions.