Students will be required to take at least six (6) hours per summer session in order to be eligible for financial aid during Summer School. >> Learn more
For your reference
2015 Summer Courses - (tentative schedule as of November, 2014)
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business and Economics
School of Education
If you have specific questions about a course, please contact the appropriate department.
Please visit BANNER, if you wish to view summer 2014 courses (for reference purposes). 1) Select Class Schedule, 2) Search by Term (Summer I and II 2014) and Click Submit. 3) Choose a Subject and Click on Class Search.
SECTION NUMBER DESCRIPTIONS
|01 - 43||Main Campus 16-week|
|44 - 45||Main Campus first eight-week|
|46 - 47||Main Campus second eight-week|
|50||Fort Bragg first eight-week classes|
|60||Fort Bragg second eight-week|
|80||Seymour Johnson first eight-week|
|90||Seymour Johnson second eight-week|
|D1, D2, D3, ...||Online 16-week|
|D43 - D45||Online first eight-week|
|D46 - D49||Online second eight-week|
|EC1 - EC9||Early College (high school sections)|
|HB1 - HB9||Hybrid|
|HN1 - HN9||Honors|
|IC1 - IC9||International College (high school sections)|
|SL1 - SL9||Service Learning|
|SP1 - SP9||Summer Pilot|
All online courses will be taught during the 8-week session. Online classes will open in Blackboard on the first day of the session. If your class doesn't open, contact the instructor by telephone or email.
Low Enrollment/Course Cancellation
Summer School classes with fewer than five (5) registered students will be canceled by the university a week before classes begin. Exceptions will be based on special circumstances. Effected students will be notified via email.
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