Summer Term at the University of Minnesota Morris, including May Session, Summer Session I, and Summer Session II, is open to current and new students, students from other colleges, nontraditional students, and community members. Some courses have prerequisites.
Summer Term offers a learning environment that will help students realize their academic and intellectual potential and provides an excellent opportunity for students to
- accelerate degree completion;
- meet general education requirements (GER);
- make up lost credits;
- work while earning credits; and
- live in Morris for the summer.
Morris's qualified and enthusiastic faculty offer an exciting challenge through a variety of courses. Summer Term courses, while offered in a condensed format, require the same rigor and expectations as courses offered during the academic year.
May Session is a special three-week session designed to provide opportunities for faculty and students to participate in unique courses and other learning experiences in a short, concentrated timeframe.
Summer Sessions I and II provide opportunities for students to complete courses in a five-week period. Some courses are offered in a 10-week timeframe.
Some courses are in the traditional classroom format, while others are offered online. Online Learning courses offer the same quality education available in the classroom through web-based college instruction, including small classes and one-on-one interaction with faculty in an interactive virtual classroom environment.
Summer Term 2024 dates
- May Session: Monday, May 13–Friday, May 31
- Summer Session I: Monday, May 20–Friday, June 21
- Summer Session II: Monday, June 24–Friday, July 26
- Summer Session I–Summer Session II: Monday, May 20–Friday, July 26
Note: study abroad deadlines may differ from other Summer Term deadlines.
Summer Term Registration
All students pay resident tuition for summer term.
University of Minnesota Morris students follow these steps:
University of Minnesota Crookston, Duluth, Rochester, and Twin Cities students follow these steps:
Note: your home campus will put a placeholder course “Mult I” on your record.
If you are not a University of Minnesota student follow these steps:
The University of Minnesota Morris offers students the option to enroll part or full time as a non-degree student. Non-degree status is available primarily to
- high school graduates taking courses of special interest;
- students with probationary admission status who will later become regular degree candidates;
- University of Minnesota faculty and staff.