Welcome to Albright’s Summer Sessions!
Summer classes at Albright College are a great chance to take both unique and concentrated courses during a short period of time. These courses offer you the chance to get ahead in your degree, explore interests and be focused on a subject in small classes, leading to greater student engagement and a richer learning experience. Summer courses are available in different course formats that include on-campus, online and blended courses. These summer classes are a great opportunity for high school juniors, seniors and recent graduates living in Pennsylvania to enroll in summer college courses to experience college learning. The summer courses can count towards an Albright College bachelor’s degree or be offered to another college or university for transfer.*
Guest Students (including high school juniors, seniors and recent graduates)
Guest students should complete the Guest Student Application to register for a course. For additional information, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 610-921-7256 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Guest students will receive information by email before the summer sessions begin, including a campus map and directions, an Albright College email address, campus computer login and information on purchasing textbooks and course materials. Guest students will be billed electronically; notification will be sent to their Albright College email address. Payment is due one week prior to the start of each course. Albright College reserves the right to cancel any course due to small course enrollment.
Guest students are encouraged to schedule a visit to campus prior to summer courses starting. The tour helps acclimate guest students to the Albright College campus. Please note that you are a guest summer student in the additional request section of the campus tour registration form.
Guest students requesting impairment-related accommodations are encouraged to self-identity with the Student Accessibility & Advocacy office at least one month before the start of the summer session. Albright College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) to provide equal access to the educational environment.
Albright College Current Students
Albright College students can register for summer courses in Self Service once the sessions are opened on March 9. Registration goes through April 2. After this time, contact the Registrar’s office. Students should speak with their advisors prior to registering for any summer courses to ensure courses satisfy the correct degree requirement.
Summer Sessions 2020 Online, Blended and On Campus
Summer course calendars depend upon the course. Registrations open March 9, 2020 for Albright College students and April 1, 2020 for guest students. The deadline to register for on-campus classes is the first day of class for each session. Online classes have earlier deadlines as noted below.
- Summer Session I: May 27, 2020 to June 26, 2020
- Deadline to register for online classes in Summer I is May 21
- Summer Session II: June 29, 2020 to July 29, 2020
- Deadline to register for online classes in Summer II is June 23
- Special Summer-long Online Session: May 27, 2020 to July 29, 2020
- Deadline to register for online classes in long session is May 21
Summer Session Tuition Rates for 2020
$1,450 per course (for both traditional undergraduates and adult learners in the School of Professional Studies)
$725 per course for high school juniors, seniors and recent graduates
Albright College courses are equal to four college credits or one unit, unless otherwise stated.
For more information contact: email@example.com or 610-921-7256
If you are interested in enrolling in an online course at Albright College, please review our Albright College Disclosure of Online Learning Expectations. These are the minimum technology requirements required for students who take an online course at Albright College. Additional technology requirements may be needed for specific online courses.
*Albright College recommends obtaining verification from your primary college or university regarding course transfer, since credit is award by the receiving institution.