Summer registration for undergraduate courses at Adams State University will open on Monday, April 13, 2020. Registration has begun for graduate students seeking a master’s degree or Ph.D.
Summer session dates are:
- 1st 6-week Adams State Online session from May 11 until June 21
- 2nd 6-week Adams State Online session from June 22 until July 31
- 12-week Adams State Online session from May 11 until July 31
- 8-week Adams State Online session from May 25 until July 17
- 3-week On-campus session from June 29 until July 17
- On-campus 1 credit workshops throughout July
Adams State is working hard to ensure students have the ability to continue their education and maintain access to courses throughout the summer 2020 term. The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated some changes to the summer schedule. All on-campus classes originally scheduled for May and June sessions have been switched to online classes. Adams State is planning a 3-week summer on-campus session from June 29 to July 17 should the COVID-19 public health concerns subside.
Financial aid is available for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a degree program. In order to be considered for financial aid, students must be enrolled at least half-time in any combination of Summer Sessions (6 credit hours for undergraduate students and 3 credit hours for graduate students). Graduated high school seniors can be eligible for summer financial aid. Out-of-state students pay in-state tuition for summer courses. To apply for financial aid or for more information, please visit Summer Financial Aid.
Online classes will be charged Adams State Online tuition and fee rates. Classes in the July session, if held, will be charged on-campus tuition and fees.
Summer registration for undergraduate students will open on Monday, April 13, 2020. Students are encouraged to connect with their advisor prior to that, to discuss options. Please check the class schedule for current options, noting that some adjustments are still underway. Advisors will have up-to-date information for their academic department.