Summer Session

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Summer the Smart Way 

Get ahead. Catch up. Experience more. 

  • Flexible class schedules in five, seven and 10-week sessions.
  • More than 550 classes, labs, internships and independent study programs are offered.
  • Financial aid is available (degree-seeking students only).

2024 Summer Sessions

  • Ten-week Regular Session: May 28 – August 7
  • Seven-week Session:  May 28 – July 18
  • Five-week 1st Session: May 28 – July 2
  • Five-week 2nd Session: July 3 – August 7

There will be no classes on Wednesday, June 19 or Thursday, July 4.

Current Students

Current students who are enrolled at TU and have a NetID can register for classes using Towson Online Services.

Visiting Undergraduate and Graduate Students

At Towson University, we make it easy for visiting students to take summer and Minimester classes. Choose from a wide variety of classes, earn transferable credits and speed up completion of your degree.

Visiting undergraduate students should complete an Undergraduate Non-Degree Enrollment Form. Graduate students who are not pursuing a degree at Towson University but are interested in taking graduate-level courses must complete a Graduate Non-Degree Application.

If you have questions, email us at .

Undergraduate Non-Degree Application 

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Graduate Non-Degree Application 

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Getting Started

Once your form is completed, you’ll receive an e-mail from Admissions with instructions about how to activate your NetID email account.

Then, you can:

  1. Register for classes online. Registration information is available from the Registrar’s Office.
  2. Check on prerequisite courses. In some cases, you may need to gain permission from the professor or department in order to register.
  3. Confirm with your home school’s registrar that your classes will transfer back to your home school.
  4. Complete immunization requirements. It is mandatory for you to upload your immunization records to the TU Health Portal. Visiting international students should review the immunization and student health insurance requirements and insurance waiver information.
  5. Pay your bill. You’ll receive an eBill statement to your TU email address from the Student & University Billing Office.
  6. Get a parking permit.
  7. Get your OneCard student ID. After you enroll, you can get your OneCard at the Auxiliary Services Business Office, University Union 110.
  8. Buy textbooks from the University Store.

Many university services are available including dining, housing, health services, campus recreation and more. Learn more about Summer Session services and resources.