Summer School Sessions and Costs 2020
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All undergraduate programs within the School of Education are NCATE accredited. (Now known as CAEP)
|Session||Course Dates||Description||Registration Begins|
|May Session||May 5-May 22||May session courses will now be online and offered in the standard summer term (May 26-August 14), rather than during the traditional three-week May session block. Nursing students should contact the B.S.N. program advisor, Rhonda Dodson, regarding plans for nursing courses originally scheduled to start early in May.||March 16|
|June Session||June 15-June 26||On campus intensive courses for Early Start Fall 2020 freshmen and College Now Summer Scholars (high school students). Registration ends May 28.||March 16|
|Online Courses||May 26-August 14||Online courses for continuing students, incoming freshmen, College Now, and transfer students.||March 16|
|Non-traditional||May 4- August 14||Out of class, internship, independent study for continuing undergraduate students.||March 16|
|International Programs||Varies||Cedarville courses in the United States and abroad taught by Cedarville professors and open to all Cedarville undergraduate students.||Varies|
Course Listing and Drop/Add Schedule
2020 Cost Information
Tuition, Housing, and Meals
- Undergraduate tuition for May Session, June Session, Non-traditional, International Programs is $831 per credit hour.
- Undergraduate tuition for Summer Online Courses (May 28 - August 16) is $712 per credit hour plus the standard $35 per credit hour technology fee.
- On-campus housing and meals is $254 per week.
Payment for Summer courses is due over three dates: May 4, June 1, July 1.
For information about International Programs payments, check with the Study Abroad office.
Continuing undergraduate students may register for May Session, June Session, and Online Courses during fall registration, which occurs after spring break. Use the out of class course form from the Office of the Registrar (SSC 132) to register for non-traditional Courses. New students may register upon acceptance to the University and payment of the reservation deposit by contacting the Office of the Registrar.