Undergraduate students wishing to register for Summerterm courses (including on-line and hybrid courses) must register by using APR 2.0
- The cost for one undergraduate unit for Summerterm 2016 is $3,865.00 plus a $40.00 registration fee. This balance must be paid in advance of the start of the summer course.
- Students also have the option to sign up for a monthly payment plan starting in April. There is a one-time $40 registration fee associated with the monthly payment plan. In order to sign up for the payment plan you must either call (315-229-5581) or visit the Student Financial Services office, which is located on the third floor of the Student Center. If any payments are missed your payment plan will be cancelled and the remaining balance will be due before the course starts.
- If you sign up for a payment plan or make payment in full by May 27th, you will receive a $250.00 discount that will be applied towards your summer tuition. Your payment contract would be as followed based on a one unit undergraduate course:
4/25 Payment 5/25 Payment 6/25 Payment
3 Payment Plan $1,288.33 $1,288.33 $1,288.33
2 Payment Plan $1,932.50 $1,932.50
Students are encouraged to advance register between Wednesday, April 27 - Friday, May 27, 2016, to ensure course availability. Financial aid and loan applications should be submitted well in advance of the first day of classes. Students may also register through 4:30pm on May 31st, but should be aware that courses with fewer than five students will be cancelled. Special program and independent study students must follow the special registration instructions associated with their programs of study.
Undergraduate students who advance register and pay in full during the advance registration period (Wednesday, 4/27 - Friday, 5/27) will enjoy a one-time $250 per person discount off their total tuition. This $250 will be deducted at the time of payment, provided registration for Undergraduate Session and full payment are received within the deadlines noted above.
Payments may be made by cash, check, on-line or via the payment plan set up by Student Financial Services. A handling fee will be assessed for on-line payments. Financial aid applicants must complete all necessary paperwork before the May 28th deadline and be certified eligible for the discount to apply.
Advance Undergraduate Registration
Wednesday, April 27th - Friday, May 27th
Monday, May 30th and Tuesday, May 31st
Wednesday, June 1st and Thursday, June 2nd
What does it cost?
Undergraduate registration fee $ 40.00
Tuition per unit $3,865.00
Room (No Linen)$ 665.00
Room for Hybrid Course $150.00
St. Lawrence Students
If you are an enrolled St. Lawrence student in good standing, you may register during the advance registration period for undergraduate session or on the first day of classes. You must make payment arrangements directly with Student Financial Services in order to register for summer classes in APR2 – SFS will lift your registration hold when they confirm that payment has been made in full or that payment plan arrangements are in place.
Students from Other Colleges
If you are not currently enrolled at St. Lawrence and wish to take undergraduate Summerterm courses, you must complete the undergraduate special student application form. Attendance at St. Lawrence during Summerterm does not imply admission to the University. If you need to make summer arrangements prior to traveling to Canton, call 315-229-5998.
If you wish to enroll at St. Lawrence as a degree candidate, you must submit a formal application for admission to the University. For details, consult the "Admissions" section of the St. Lawrence University Catalog or contact the Admissions Office, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY 13617, phone 1-800-285-1856, fax 315-229-5818.
Independent Study, Projects and Internships
Opportunities for independent study, projects and internships are available with faculty sponsorship at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. If a course you want to take is not offered, you should consider doing an independent study course. To do any of these you must:
1. Have 2.5 minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA),
2. Find a Faculty sponsor,
3. Submit and independent study application form to Karin Blackburn in the Dean's Office for approval, with signatures from faculty sponsor and department chair,
4. Pay tuition and registration fees at Student Financial Services, or have Student Financial Services certify your participation in a payment plan.
Completed applications must be approved in advance of Summerterm. You may not register for independent study or internships through the regular Summerterm registration process.
Note: Students taking an independent study or participating in an internship must be registered and have paid in full in order to receive a grade and course credit.
Provisions for Students with Special Needs
St. Lawrence grants "reasonable accommodations" to documented learning-disabled students as established by the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Such accommodations, which are the student's responsibility to request, are granted as needed on a case-by-case basis and are arranged by the student and professor upon consultation with the Director of the Office of Disability and Access Services. Academic requirements that are an essential part of the University's educational goals may be accommodated, but may not be waived.
The Office of Disability and Access Services also serves individuals who have learning challenges or differing abilities. Anyone who has an impairment is provided counsel on the facilities, equipment and accommodations available at St. Lawrence. Further information about St. Lawrence University's accommodation policy is available from the Office of Disability and Access Services at 315-229-5104.
Auditing a Summerterm Course
An (A) following a course name means that course is part of the Community Auditing Program. If you're 21 or over and want to take a Summerterm course for personal enrichment without earning credit, you can do so through the Community Auditing Program. You'll enjoy relaxed requirements, but need the written permission of the instructor, who may establish his or her own guidelines. Fees: $40.
You must be covered by family or other accident and health insurance. The University is not responsible for the loss or damage of personal property regardless of what or who causes the damage. We suggest you consult with your parents or guardians and insurance advisor to ensure that you have adequate coverage for accidents, illness and personal property loss.
Summerterm Refund Policy
Please contact the Student Financial Services Office at 315-229-5569 for details. Please note there are non-refundable deposits and fees associated with special programs.