Undergraduate Summer Program
Current Seton Hall undergraduate students who take two courses during the summer will be eligible to receive one $1,500 grant per student to help make summer study more affordable. This grant is only available to students who were not awarded it as part of their original scholarship package. Students are not required to have 30 credits already completed. The discount does not apply to visiting students.
Summer 2020 Dates
|May 19 - June 8||Intersession I* (online)|
|June 9 - June 26||Intersession II* (online)|
|May 19 - June 23||Summer I (5 Week) (online)|
|May 19 - June 30||Summer I (6 Week) (online)|
|July 6 - August 6||Summer II (online)|
|August 7 – August 22||Intersession III* (online)|
Free Up Your Fall
Summer courses are an ideal way to lighten your course load during the standard academic year, while also better enabling yourself to double-major or pursue an internship.
Seton Hall University (SHU) Students
Registration for Summer 2020 sessions begins March 16.
All Visiting, non-SHU Undergraduate Students
Matriculated students in good standing at other institutions may register for courses according to the following schedule:
- Complete registration form and submit by May 4, 2020 for courses beginning in May.
- Complete registration form and submit by May 25, 2020 for courses beginning in June.
- Complete registration form and submit by June 24, 2020 for courses beginning in July.
- Complete registration form and submit by July 31, 2020 for courses beginning in August.
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Accounting • American Art • Business Finance • Calculus • Catholic Studies • Chemistry • Commercial Law • Counseling • Economics • Ethics • Health Law • History of African Religion • History of Asian Religion • Logo Design • Mobile App Development • Nursing • Persuasive Speaking • Procurement Management • Psychology • Real Estate • Social Work • Statistics • Supply Chain Management ...and more.