Session A

May 22 – June 25
5 weeks

Session B

June 26 – July 30
5 weeks

Session C

July 31 – August 20
3 weeks

Important Dates

These important dates and deadlines will help guide you through your Summer at Southern experience. For a complete listing of registration and refund dates, please visit the Registrar’s Office Calendar.*

Monday, March 20Registration for Summer Session 2017 opens at 6:00 AM **
Monday, May 22Summer Session A begins
Monday, May 29Memorial Day - No Classes
Sunday, June 11Last day to withdraw from a Summer Session A course
Monday, July 3Grades Posted for Summer Session A
Monday, June 26Summer Session B begins
Tuesday, July 4Fourth of July Holiday - No Classes
Sunday, July 16Last day to withdraw from a Summer Session B course
Monday, August 7Grades Posted for Summer Session B
Monday, July 31Summer Session C begins
Sunday, August 13Last day to withdraw from a Summer Session C course
Monday, August 21Grades Posted for Summer Session C

* For courses that run 8 weeks or longer (extending into the subsequent summer session): 100% of the term charges will be cancelled during the first week of the term, 60% of the term charges will be cancelled during the second week of the term, 40% of the term charges will be cancelled during the third and fourth weeks of the term, and no refund will be issued after the fourth week of the term.

** Payment is due at the time of registration.

*** In the event of an official campus closing, check with your faculty member regarding meeting time, date, and location.

"Southern understands that as graduate students, you need to blend work, family, personal lives, as well as your education. Recognizing your unique needs, many programs offer summer courses that will allow you to help with the completion of your program. I urge you to check out our Summer webpage to see if your program offers courses that will help you achieve your goal of completing your graduate program."

Dr. Christine Broadbridge, Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Research, and Innovation
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