Summer session courses are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels in a variety of formats to help students accelerate degree completion or to explore elective areas of study.
The Summer 2015 schedule of courses is available to be viewed, and registration will open on Feb. 23, 2015. Once registration opens, it is generally open through the first day of the respective summer term.
To browse summer session courses:
- Go to the "Live Course Search" on SpartanWeb.
- Choose any of the summer terms in the "term" drop down (May Term or any term starting with "Summer") to find courses that are offered. You are not required to log on to SpartanWeb to search for courses.
- You can also view a list of all summer courses, which is sorted by discipline.
You do not have to get your adviser to clear you for any summer courses if you are a continuing UT student; however, it is suggested students consult with their adviser before registering in a course to ensure it fits in their program of study.
If you don't see the course you want or have a suggestion for a summer course, email email@example.com.
Summer tuition, fees and financial aid
On campus summer housing
Apply for campus housing
Students who wish to live in the residence hall during the summer must be attending class in the summer or be employed on campus. Use the online Summer Housing Form to request a residence hall assignment during one or several summer terms. For more information about on-campus or off-campus summer housing contact the Office of Residence Life.
Summer Meal Plans
Special summer meal plans available for commuters and students living on campus
A variety of special summer meal plans are available for purchase. These are convenient and economical. For more information, go to Summer Block Meal Plans and select the plan that is best for you. NOTE: summer block plans will indicate "summer." If no summer block meal plans are currently posted, please return to this page at a later date. Dining services will be posting them closer to the start of the summer session.
Combination of in-classroom and online instructional experiences
Hybrid classes combine in-classroom and
online instructional experiences. To search for hybrid classes, select
HY in the "Method" window on SpartanWeb
"Live Course Search." Hybrid classes meet in the classroom for about
half as many hours as traditional full face-to-face classes with the
other half conducted via Blackboard online.
Introducing compact residency hybrid courses
These specially formatted hybrid courses
meet on campus during the first two weeks of the term only. The
remainder of the class is conducted online. For example, a student
enrolled in a MayTerm course could take an additional course in Summer I
by staying for just two extra weeks of on-campus instruction, and then
complete the course online from anywhere in the world. Look for these
compact residency hybrid classes in Summer I on SpartanWeb. Meeting days during the first two weeks of the term can be found in the course "notes" section.
COM 222 MEDIA AESTHETICS AND CREATIVITY, meets evenings
COM 225 MEDIA WRITING, meets afternoons
COM 283 PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING, meets evenings
ESC 380 EXERCISE TESTING AND PRESCRIPTION, meets afternoons
HSC 130 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, meets mornings
HSC 350 BIOSTATISTICS, meets mornings
HSC 360 PRINC EPIDEMIOLOGY EXER/PUB HEALTH, meets afternoons
JOU 101 INTRO TO JOURNALISM, meets mornings
PSY 250 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, meets mornings
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When a desired summer course is full
Students are encouraged to go on the wait list in those instances when a desired course is full. Wait lists are monitored daily, and students who meet all course requirements are automatically registered in the course if a seat opens up. The student on the wait list with the highest number of completed credit hours will be the first to receive the next available seat.