Summer Sessions 6-, 9-, 10- and 12-week sessions
May 29 – Aug. 17, 2018
How to make your summer break work for you.
During summer session, students may enroll in a maximum of 14 credits. No more than eight credits can be taken during a single summer session, and no more than 11 credits for two overlapping summer sessions. To enroll in summer courses, please follow the instructions from the selections below:
Flexibility: Learn anytime, anywhere! Online courses offer the flexibility you need if you are leaving WNY, have job responsibilities during the break or if you just want to learn from the comfort of your living room.
Small class sizes: Smaller classes provide unique educational opportunities in a defined period of time without impacting your academic load in the fall or spring semester.
Deeper connections: Classes meet for extended periods during a short term, allowing you to build collegial relationships with your classmates and professor. The quality of interactions with students and instructors is consistently identified by both students and faculty as one of the best parts of their summer term experience.
Singular focus: Taking just one course will allow you to master difficult material by focusing your attention on a single subject. The intensive formation is ideal for learning subjects that require repeat practice and rehearsal (i.e. foreign languages and public speaking).
An opportunity to explore: Take a course of interest, experience a new and exciting discipline, study abroad or apply for an internship. Learn in an innovative teaching environment that encourages inquiry and analysis.
Summer tuition and fees are located on the Student Accounts website. Summer tuition and fee charges for individuals who are not enrolled as matriculated students at UB in the current spring 2018 semester are calculated based upon the type of course selected (undergraduate/graduate/professional), the number of credit hours and by residency (New York State resident/non-resident).
It is important to review the academic and financial regulations before you register for classes so that you completely understand your obligations.