When is Summerterm?
Summerterm 2020 will be offered in two session this year.
Session I: June 1st - July 1st, 2020
Session II: July 6th - August 5th, 2020
Registration will be open May 4th - May 29th (midnight). All students must register via APR 2.0.
What does it cost?
Graduate registration fee: $40
Tuition per course: $3,640
Graduate Student Payment Terms:
Payments may be paid by cash, check, online, or at the Students Financial Services Office.
What credit can I get?
All graduate courses are worth .83 units (the equivalent of three semester hours) unless otherwise indicated.
What's the cancellation policy?
Any regular course with fewer than three students registered at the end of the second day of classes may not be continued. If that happens, you can register for another course.
Independent Study, Projects and Internships
Opportunities for independent study, projects and internships are available with faculty sponsorship at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. To do any of these you must:
1. Have 2.5 minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA),
2. Find a Faculty sponsor,
3. Complete and submit an independent study application form to Brigett Ritchie in the Dean's Office (Vilas 103) for approval, with ALL 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.
Summerterm Refund Policy:
Please contact the Student Financial Services Office at 315-229-5581 for details. Please note there are non-refundable deposits and fees associated with special programs.
Student Accessibility Services was established to assist students at St. Lawrence University who have a learning difference and or medical disabilities. A student who has a learning difference and or medical disability must present written documentation by a licensed professional who has diagnosed the student according to the definition of disability as stated in Section 5, Part B of Public Law 94-142, November 1975.
St. Lawrence University grants "reasonable accommodations" to documented students with a learning difference and or medical condition 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 or assistant director of Student Accessibility Services. All requests for accommodations must be supported by appropriate documentation provided by the student. Anyone who has any disability is provided counsel on the facilities, equipment and accommodations available at St. Lawrence University. Academic requirements that are an essential part of the University's educational goals may be accommodated, but may not be waived.
Further information about St. Lawrence University's accommodation policy is available from the director or assistant director of Student Accessibility Services. To make an appointment call (315) 229-5537