Summer Classes at
At Misericordia University, we have the summer classes you need. Taking summer classes is an excellent way to improve your GPA, lighten your course load during the academic year, replace a grade, or concentrate solely on that difficult course you've been putting off.
Whether you are planning to stay on campus, pursue a summer job or internship, or take a vacation, classes are offered during the day, evening, or weekend and in online formats to accommodate your summer schedule.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is housing available?
Students may be eligible to receive free or reduced housing if they take six or more credits during the summer sessions. Please contact the Office of Residence Life for more details.
Where can I find a list of available summer courses?
Visit the "Course Search" link within MyMU and select to find the course your are looking for. Please contact the Office of Summer Studies if you are not able to find the course your are interested in taking.
How do I register?
Once you have decided to take a summer class(es), you need to meet or speak with your academic advisor. Once your advisor approves of your desired courses, you will need to register for the class online, just as you would normally.
I currently attend another college or university. How do I register for summer classes at MU?
You will first need to verify that the classes you need to take will be accepted by your current institution. Course descriptions can be accessed at catalog.misericordia.edu. To register for summer courses, contact the Office of Summer Studies at 570-674-6702 or firstname.lastname@example.org to complete the new student form.
How do I request a summer off-campus course?
Please follow the summer off-campus request procedure located on the registrar's office page on MyMU. Contact the registrar's office with questions.
Who can help me if I have questions?
For more information about summer classes at Misericordia University, contact the Office of Summer Studies at 570-674-6702, email@example.com, or stop by Mercy Hall, Room 133.