Summer Session 2021 has closed.
Summer Session 2022 will begin one week later than in previous years.
Please check back in December for complete Summer Session 2022 information.
Summer 2022 Sessions*
|Session||Session Begins||Session Ends|
|12 Week / Regular||May 16, 2022||August 5, 2022|
|6 Week 1||May 16, 2022||June 26, 2022|
|7 Week 1||May 16, 2022||July 3, 2022|
|6 Week 2||June 27, 2022||August 7, 2022|
|7 Week 21||July 4, 2022||August 21, 2022|
|Intersession||July 30, 2022||August 21, 2022|
*Dynamic Dated Courses may be scheduled outside the sessions listed above, with start and end dates between May 16 and August 21.
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Exciting Poli Sci Summer Course Opportunity!
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