Summer at ASU

Take summer classes at ASU

Taking summer classes at Arizona State University can keep you on track toward your degree, enable you to graduate early or help you catch up if you’ve fallen behind. You can also lighten your course load during the fall and spring semesters by taking summer session courses. And best of all, you can take summer classes from anywhere in the world.

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Current ASU students

Current ASU students

Current ASU students can stay on track or get ahead on their path toward graduation this summer with summer sessions. Sessions A and C begin on Monday, May 17. Session B begins on Wednesday, June 30.

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Admitted ASU students

Admitted ASU students

Those students who are beginning their ASU journey as new first-year students in fall 2021 can get a head start on their degree as a Summer Scholar by taking 100- and 200- level courses and general education requirements.

First-year and transfer students New graduate students

Visiting university students

Visiting university students

Undergraduate students in good academic standing at any community college, four-year college or university are eligible to take ASU courses for credits that can be applied to their major at their home institution.

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Visiting law students

Visiting law students

A student in good standing at an American Bar Association accredited law school may be permitted to complete courses at ASU Law without being a candidate for the Juris Doctor degree at ASU Law.

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Transfer Pathway students

Transfer Pathway students

ASU transfer pathway students can accelerate your college journey by taking ASU summer classes as a visiting university student. If you haven’t signed up for a pathway, find out what courses you need to take for your ASU major with MyPath2ASU.

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Explore ASU’s Digital High School

Explore ASU’s Digital High School

High school students entering their junior and senior years can begin their college journey early by enrolling in a number of introductory ASU classes. Students in middle school and early high school are invited to enhance their education with ASU Prep Digital classes.

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Open Course

Open Course

To help learners make progress toward their undergraduate degree this summer, ASU offers online open courses. These are general studies classes you can take for credit that can be applied towards a degree anywhere, so you can advance now.

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Summer youth programs

Summer youth programs

If you’re not seeking a degree but are still interested in enriching your life through learning, consider ASU for You. ASU also hosts summer enrichment programs for students in kindergarten through grade 12.

ASU for You Summer youth programs

Summer 2021

Qualified students have access to financial aid for summer session courses. On campus housing is also available. And some of ASU’s most popular courses are available during the summer.

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