Summer School

Catch up, get ahead, and improve your GPA with Summer School.

If you are intent on finishing your degree in four years, then Summer School at Fayetteville State University is for you! It is a great opportunity to catch up, get ahead, improve your GPA, or focus on difficult courses that will lighten your regular course load.

High Quality • Affordable • Convenient

Choose an option


Currently Enrolled at FSU


Graduate on Time
Save Money
Live Your Dream!

Most degrees at FSU require 120 credit hours. There are milestones in place to help you graduate on time, reduce your financial obligations, and then move on to live your dream.

Freshmen 30 Hours, Sophomores 60 Hours, Juniors 90 Hours, Seniors 120 Hours

With life’s challenges, and especially as you’ve attended college during a pandemic, we know it can be hard to stay on track. Thanks to the CARES ACT: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, we are offering a Summer School Academic Progression Scholarship to help you get the hours you need to graduate on time.

What is Covered in the Scholarship?

Two courses, to include book rental, will be available to all scholarship recipients to support your progress in the crucial first years of your college journey. Room and board will be provided for eligible freshmen and sophomores. Room and board will be provided to eligible juniors based on availability.

Who is Eligible?

  • Students must be enrolled or plan to enroll in Summer 2021. You can receive this scholarship even if you have already enrolled in Summer 2021.
  • Students must be in good standing with Fayetteville State University.

30-60-90 Goals

  • The scholarship can help you rise to higher levels by reaching milestones in credit hours:
    • To become a Sophomore, complete 30 hours
    • To become a Junior, complete 60 hours
    • To become a Senior, complete 90 hours

What Courses are Offered?

Search to find the courses offered during Summer 2021.

How Do I Apply?

Complete the interest form. Accepted students will be notified via your Bronco email account.

What Are My Next Steps?

  • Contact your advisor if you need guidance on what classes to take.
  • Register for classes
  • Once registered, if you are not awarded a scholarship and you do not have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form on file, the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will contact you.

What Can I Expect to Experience on Campus this Summer?

FSU campus life offers you everything you need to eat, live, work, and play while you enjoy the Summer School experience. With a multitude of dining and housing choices, you can enjoy the convenience of being close to your classes and the array of fun student engagement activities and fitness options for no additional charge.

Summer Housing

Students will reside in either Renaissance Hall, McLeod Hall, or New Residence Hall. Each of these facilities feature the following amenities:

  • Air-conditioned rooms.
  • On-site laundry rooms with washer and dryers free for students to use.
  • Wi-Fi and hard-wired internet ports in student rooms; Wi-Fi throughout the building common spaces.
  • Open lounges and seating spaces.
  • Daily janitorial services to disinfect common areas.

Student Engagement Activities: Summer FUN@FSU!

A variety of fun and safe activities are planned for your enjoyment and entertainment on campus this summer! The Office of Student Engagement has formed the FSU Student Summer Activities Board. They will implement an array of safe, fun, and creative social, cultural, and recreational activities during the evenings and weekends so you are certain to find something fun to do when it is time to set aside the books and relax.

Student Support Services

The Division of Student Affairs and our campus partners are committed to providing students with resources and support services to complement your Summer academic experience. Here is a list of opportunities to engage with FSU over the summer:

The Summer School Academic Progression Scholarship is aligned with Strategic Priority #1 of FSU’s Strategic Plan: Academic Excellence. The purpose of the scholarship is to increase retention and graduation rates, allowing students the opportunity to matriculate through their degree program by decreasing financial barriers.

 

Taking a Few Classes


Option 1: You do not have a bachelor’s degree and do not want to complete a degree at FSU. You will be a Special Visiting student with a limit of 30 credit hours. Apply here.

Option 2: You have a bachelor’s degree and want to take 12 credit hours or less at FSU. Your status will be Professional Development. Apply here.

Option 3: You have a bachelor’s degree and want to take more than 12 credit hours at FSU. 2nd degree seeking status is for you. Apply here.


Interested in Getting a Degree from FSU


Option 1: You are seeking an undergraduate degree. Apply here.

Option 2: You are seeking a graduate degree. Learn more.

Option 3: You are a military-affiliated student. Learn more.


Was Enrolled at FSU and Would Like to Return


Graduate on Time
Save Money
Live Your Dream!

We are thrilled that you are considering returning to the Bronco family!

Most degrees at FSU require 120 credit hours. There are milestones in place to help you graduate on time, reduce your financial obligations, and then move on to live your dream.

Freshmen 30 Hours, Sophomores 60 Hours, Juniors 90 Hours, Seniors 120 Hours

With life’s challenges, especially during a pandemic, we know it can be hard to stay on track. Thanks to the CARES ACT: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, we are offering a Summer School Academic Progression Scholarship to help you return to college and get the hours you need to graduate on time.

What is Covered in the Scholarship?

Two courses, to include book rental, will be available to all scholarship recipients to support your progress in the crucial first years of your college journey. Room and board will be provided for eligible freshmen and sophomores. Room and board will be provided to eligible juniors based on availability.

Who is Eligible?

  • Students must be enrolled or plan to enroll in Summer 2021.
  • Students must be in good standing with Fayetteville State University.

30-60-90 Goals

  • The scholarship can help you rise to higher levels by reaching milestones in credit hours:
    • To become a Sophomore, complete 30 hours
    • To become a Junior, complete 60 hours
    • To become a Senior, complete 90 hours

What Courses are Offered?

Search to find the courses offered during Summer 2021.

How Do I Apply?

Complete the interest form. Accepted students will be notified via your Bronco email account.

What Are My Next Steps?

  • Enroll https://wwwuncfs.edu/fsu-admissions/undergraduate-admissions/readmit
  • Prior to enrollment, you will need to receive clearance from the Office of Business and Finance, Student Affairs, and the Registrar’s Offices. Once you are admitted and all offices are cleared, you will be able to register for classes. As a readmitted student, you will be subject to the degree requirements in effect at the time of your readmission.
  • If your cumulative GPA is less than a 2.0, you will need to submit an Academic Appeal https://www.uncfsu.edu/faculty-and-staff/departments-and-offices/office-of-the-registrar/academic-appeals.
  • Contact your advisor if you need guidance on what classes to take https://www.uncfsu.edu/academics/academic-resources/academic-advising.
  • Once registered, if you are not awarded a scholarship and you do not have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form on file, the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will contact you.

What Can I Expect to Experience on Campus this Summer?

FSU campus life offers you everything you need to eat, live, work, and play while you enjoy the Summer School experience. With a multitude of dining and housing choices, you can enjoy the convenience of being close to your classes and the array of fun student engagement activities and fitness options for no additional charge.

Summer Housing

Students will reside in either Renaissance Hall, McLeod Hall, or New Residence Hall. Each of these facilities feature the following amenities:

  • Air-conditioned rooms.
  • On-site laundry rooms with washer and dryers free for students to use.
  • Wi-Fi and hard-wired internet ports in student rooms; Wi-Fi throughout the building common spaces.
  • Open lounges and seating spaces.
  • Daily janitorial services to disinfect common areas.

Student Engagement Activities: Summer FUN@FSU!

A variety of fun and safe activities are planned for your enjoyment and entertainment on campus this summer! The Office of Student Engagement has formed the FSU Student Summer Activities Board. They will implement an array of safe, fun, and creative social, cultural, and recreational activities during the evenings and weekends so you are certain to find something fun to do when it is time to set aside the books and relax.

Student Support Services

The Division of Student Affairs and our campus partners are committed to providing students with resources and support services to complement your Summer academic experience. Here is a list of opportunities to engage with FSU over the summer:

The Summer School Academic Progression Scholarship is aligned with Strategic Priority #1 of FSU’s Strategic Plan: Academic Excellence. The purpose of the scholarship is to increase retention and graduation rates, allowing students the opportunity to matriculate through their degree program by decreasing financial barriers.