Summer Classes Schedule
Summer 2016 classes will appear on the Course Offerings & Availability page by March 1, 2016. Registration for all students starts Monday, April 11. Only enrolled NU students for spring 2016 are able to register online. Undergraduate students need to be advised and unlocked to register via WebAdvisor. Both undergraduate and graduate students must edit their profile and have met any financial obligations prior to registering.
New graduate students should contact the appropriate department for application and registration information. If you want to take an undergraduate course, you need to determine if you should use the Statement of Intent or Undergraduate Non-Matriculating Application listed below. If you are unsure, please contact our office by email at email@example.com or call 716.286.8730.
Online registration and adjustments will only be available until Sunday, May 22, at midnight. Starting Monday, May 23, undergraduates must come to the Student Records and Financial Services Office with their advisor-signed registration card or drop/add form. Graduate students should contact their department.
Holidays: May 30, 2016, and July 4, 2016
|Undergraduate||Start Date||End Date||Graduate||Start Date||End Date|
|Session I||May 23 (Monday)||June 16 (Thursday)||Session I||May 23 (Monday)||June 18 (Saturday)|
|Session II||June 20 (Monday)||July 14 (Thursday)||Session II||June 20 (Monday)||July 16 (Saturday)|
|Session III||July 18 (Monday)||August 11 (Thursday)||Session III||July 18 (Monday)||August 13 (Saturday)|
|Cross Session||May 23 (Monday)||July 14 (Thursday)|
The Statement of Intent form should be used by undergraduate students from other colleges or universities.
The Undergraduate Non-Matriculating Application form should be used by individuals wishing to take a course for credit without applying to a degree program. After completing the form, it can be faxed to 716.286.8733. You will receive an email when your registration has been processed.
*Registration for non-matriculating students takes place one to two days before the start of the summer semester.