Summer Sessions Information and T-shirt Giveaway Event

Interested in taking a summer course, but not sure where to start?

Join us on Thursday, April 10 for a Summer Sessions information and t-shirt giveaway event. 

The event will be held in the Student Recreation Center from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.  A representative from Financial Aid will also be available to answer questions about summer aid eligibility.

Get the FAQs about Summer Sessions:


How many credits can I take in the summer?
You can earn up to 15 credits toward your degree this summer with a variety of courses that satisfy GenEd, major, minor or concentration requirements. View the summer course schedule.

I live far away, but would still like to take a summer course.  What are my options?
Online courses allow students the flexibility to study anywhere while balancing summer jobs, summer vacations, and coursework.  View the online and hybrid course sections being offered this summer. 

You can also live on campus during the summer.  The Summer Housing 2014 Application will be available on April 14, 2014.  Contact Residential Education and Services for more information.


What is the deadline to register for summer courses?
Summer registration is currently open to all students.  Summer courses fill up quickly.  It is recommended to register as soon as possible to avoid getting closed out of a course.  However, registration is open throughout the summer.  Students have until the first day of a course's start date to register.  Learn how to register for summer.

How much is
summer tuition?
Tuition is based on how many credits you are registered for this summer.  Summer payment plans are available.

When is my summer tuition payment due?
Summer bills/statements will be posted to students' WESS accounts on April 14, 2014.  Summer payment is due on May 19, 2014.  Summer payment deadlines and payment options can be found online.  

Is there financial aid in the summer?
Summer aid information is available online. You can also contact Financial Aid at 973-655-4461 or financialaid@mail.montclair.edu

I withdrew from a fall or spring course.  How do I stay on track?
Summer Sessions offers students the opportunity to catch up, get ahead, focus on a challenging course, or lighten their course load in future terms, all on track to graduation.

If you have any questions, contact us at 973-655-4352 or summer@montclair.edu.

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