SUMMER SESSIONS

About Villanova Summer Sessions

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Whether you live close to Villanova or across the country, you can make the most of your summer by taking an online class. Summer classes are accelerated and can help you get ahead on your degree plan. Summer courses are also excellent ways to spend focused time on one or two classes, boost your resume, or simply stay in the habit of studying.

Villanova welcomes current Villanova undergraduate and graduate students, as well as visiting students from other Universities, to join the Villanova community for Summer Sessions. Choose the summer class(es) you need from a wide array of disciplines, connect with our exceptional faculty and engage with your classmates—all in a convenient, fully online experience.

Online classes are offered in either synchronous or asynchronous formats. Synchronous classes “meet” virtually at a scheduled time. Students log into the class together to participate, in addition to completing work outside of class time. Asynchronous courses allow for a flexible time frame for students to complete their work and readings for the class. Both provide content to student like an on-campus course; they pursue the same learning objectives and award the same academic credit. 

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Who Can Attend Summer Sessions?

Students already enrolled at Villanova in full or part-time undergraduate or graduate programs do not need to apply to take Summer Session courses. They should discuss their course plans with their advisor and register via MyNova.

Students may drop or add courses in MyNova up until the drop/add deadline.  Students who wish to withdraw from a course should fill out the withdrawal form.  Please visit the Academic Calendar for important dates. Tuition rates for Summer Sessions are available here.

Villanova welcomes students enrolled full time at other Universities for Summer Sessions. Each summer we welcome hundreds of visiting students to our learning community.

APPLY AS A VISITING STUDENT

Only certain graduate programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing permit summer visitor enrollment. Students should contact the respective graduate offices for additional information and application details

High school students interested in enrolling in a summer course have two options, depending on the type of course they want to take and whether they want to earn academic credit.

For high school students desiring to take a Villanova course with college-aged students to earn academic credit, use the link below and select "High School Scholar/ Diocesan Scholar Program."

APPLY AS A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT

 

For high school students interested in the Pre-College Summer Academy, an innovative, engaging pre-college academic experience, apply using the link below. Designed and taught by Villanova faculty, the courses are specifically relevant to rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade high school students and the program includes professional and personal development opportunities through interactive workshops delivered by individuals from across Villanova, including the Career Center, Service Learning, and Undergraduate Admissions.
 

APPLY TO THE PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER ACADEMY

Students who are not currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program may also enroll in Summer courses at Villanova.  

APPLY HERE FOR AN INDIVIDUAL COURSE

Session Dates and Deadlines

SESSION I  

Application Deadline: May 18

Class Dates: May 27 - June 24
Add/Drop: May 29
Last Day for Withdrawal: June 16

SESSION II 

Application Deadline: June 18

Class Dates: June 26 - July 27
Add/Drop:
June 30
Last Day for Withdrawal: July 17

SESSION III

Application Deadline: May 18

Class Dates: May 27 - July 27 
Add/Drop:
June 4 
Last Day for Withdrawal: July 9 

DATES AND DEADLINES ABOVE DO NOT APPLY FOR THE PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER ACADEMY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.

VISIT THE PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM PAGE FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION.

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Summer Business Institute

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Pre-College Summer Academy

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Distinguished Faculty

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Professional Education Programs

Professional Education Programs

Important Notices for Online Prospective and Current Students

The following includes important information regarding the University’s authorization status, students’ responsibilities related to relocation and programs leading to professional licensures, and the complaint process for online students.

Read the Notices for Distance Education Programs