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Summer School Info

Summer School Information

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Students should first review our FAQs page for answers to commonly asked questions about summer school as they may not be answered here.

INTERESTED IN SUMMER SCHOOL?

  • AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION: if going to Summer School at home (community college or other 4 year institution) you must fill out a permission form with ECU first.  Follow directions on our Frequently Used Advising Forms page for form labeled "Taking Courses at another US Institution."  This form must be submitted to the Center for Academic Services before a student enrolls in courses at another institution.  Enrolled ECU students MUST HAVE A 2.0 TO BE ELIGIBLE to take courses somewhere else.  In order for the course to apply as transfer credit here at ECU, students must make a grade of C or higher and ask the other institution to send their final transcripts to ECU's Registrar's office.
  • AT ECU: will register for summer classes the same way and same time as fall classes – you may select to attend summer session 1, summer session 2, and/or 11 week summer session.  The 11 week session spans the entire time of both summer sessions 1 and 2.  Students may register for a course in the 11 week session and courses in both summer 1 and 2 – however, they must adhere to credit maximums for summer sessions 1 and 2 (up to 7 hours).  FOR EXAMPLE if a student took a 3 credit course during the 11 week summer session, s/he would only be able to take 4 hours in addition both summer sessions 1 and 2.  Review the University Academic Calendar for important summer dates.
COST:
  • AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION: students should address this with the other institution.
  • AT ECU: students are charged differently during the summer.  Instead of paying for courses in chunks (a set amount for 0-3 hours, 3-6 hours, etc.) students are charged per credit (1 hour is a certain amount and you multiply that amount by the total number of hours you're taking).  There is a difference in cost for on-campus (coded 008) and distance education (DE, coded 650) courses.  See here for more tuition/fees info on the Cashier's website.  DE courses are cheaper in the summer.
FINANCIAL AID:
To get financial aid for the summer you need to do the following:
  • Have completed a FAFSA for the applicable academic year.
  • AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION:
    • A consortia agreement must be submitted in order to receive financial aid for a course at another institution.  Contact your financial aid counselor at least one semester prior to taking the class(es) for more information.  Students will be responsible for submitting to the Financial Aid office an approved copy of their "Taking Courses at another US Institution" permission form.
  • AT ECU:
    • Register for at least 6 hours over the summer (at ECU).
    • Complete the Summer School Aid Application and submit to the Financial Aid office.  See here for access to this form online and contact your financial aid counselor with any questions you might have.
COURSES:
  • AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION: use the 'Course Equivalencies' tool to determine courses at other institution that will transfer back to ECU as a specific course you need.  If a course isn't listed, you will need to wait for feedback from the Center for Academic Services after submitting your permission form.
  • AT ECU: search for courses as you would for any fall or spring semester.
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