GET AHEAD.
GRADUATE EARLY.
Summer @ DU runs from
June 19-August 17.
 Current Undergraduates can take up to 18 credits
Here’s why students like you are signing up:

Get ahead on your academic plans

When you register for Summer@DU, you’ll be able to:

Graduate Faster

Get ahead by taking classes this summer and graduate faster.

Design your Schedule

There are full-term classes that run for ten weeks, as well as three-week and four-week sessions.

Fulfill Common Curriculum

Fill your most common curriculum requirements and focus on courses in your major the rest of the year.

Choose Class Style

You have the choice of taking classes online or in person.

Summer Sessions
— Full-Term session —
June 19-Aug 17
— Four-week sessions —

June 19-July 14

or

July 24-Aug 17

— Three-week sessions —

June 19-July 14

July 10-July 28

or

July 31-Aug 17

Worried about getting a break if you take classes?
With this session schedule, you’ll still have almost a month off before fall quarter begins on September 11.

Housing
If you’re enrolled in classes and/or an internship through DU, housing is available on campus over the summer. It’s a great time to live on campus—get to know DU faculty and staff and enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere.
You also have three time-frame options for summer housing to fit with your class schedule. Stay for the full summer quarter, or either the first or second half. Apply today for housing through the housing form.
Financial aid
If you’re an undergraduate student enrolled in a DU degree program taking summer classes, you’ll receive a summer grant comparable to the amount of merit and need-based funding you receive each quarter.
The final deadline to apply for financial aid is June 16. Apply now through PioneerWeb.