Undergraduate and Visiting Students March 3, 2014
Graduate Students April 14, 2014
Web registration is available March 3, 2014 for degree seeking Undergraduate University of Denver students who are currently enrolled for spring quarter. It is also open for visiting students on March 3. Advising for summer session registration is not required but is recommended.
Web registration is available April 14, 2014 for degree seeking Graduate University of Denver students who are currently enrolled for spring quarter. Advising for summer session registration is not required but is recommended.
Exceptions: These procedures do not apply to students taking summer classes through the College of Law, the Graduate Tax Program, the Women's College, University College or executive and outreach programs through the Daniels College of Business.
It is to the student's advantage to register as early as possible to insure not only that a seat in the class is reserved but that the desired class is not cancelled. Courses with low enrollment may be cancelled at the discretion of the University. Students enrolled in a course that is cancelled will be notified of the cancellation by the department offering the course. Cancelled courses will be deleted from the student's record and tuition reversed as appropriate.
Because of the multitude of variable start and end dates, late registration service charges are not assessed on late registrants for the Summer Session.
Summer Session Travel Courses: A non-refundable deposit must be paid in full prior to registering for a travel course. Students enrolling in travel courses pay tuition, transportation, lodging, meals and personal expenses. Contact the department or school offering the travel course prior to attempting to register for the course.
Summer Session 2014 Registration Information, Dates and Contacts for:
Current (Continuing) Graduate Students:
Beginning April 14, 2014, degree-seeking students who are enrolled in classes for Spring Quarter will be able to register for summer classes via the web by logging on at https://pioneerweb.du.edu. Students may register, drop or add courses via the Web through Sunday, June 22, 2014 but are encouraged to register once the decision is made to attend summer classes. Classes with low enrollment are subject to early cancellation. Please contact the Office of the Registrar at 303.871.4095 with questions about web registration or with any problems that you might encounter while accessing your student records via PioneerWeb.
New Students accepted for admission into a degree program beginning Summer Quarter:
Students who are admitted to a Degree Program beginning Summer Session will receive information regarding New Student Orientation and Registration from the admitting college or school.
Newly admitted first-year undergraduate students and new students transferring to D.U. from another institution should call 303.871.2455 to make an advising appointment. First year or transfer students who need information regarding orientation and registration should contact Office of Academic Advising at 303.871.2455 or send an email with your questions to: email@example.com. General Discoveries information is also available at http://www.du.edu/studentlife/Discoveries/.
Newly admitted graduate students will receive registration information, including dates, from their college or school.
Undergraduate Level Visiting Students:
The University of Denver has open enrollment for visiting students during the summer session. Registration begins March 3, 2014. Students planning to enroll for the summer without the intention of obtaining a degree from the University of Denver will be considered a Visiting Student. Please visit Summer @ DU for more information.
Once enrolled, visiting students are liable for the tuition and fees associated with the course unless the course is dropped prior to the first class meeting. Visiting students who are not on campus and who need to withdraw from their summer session courses must contact the Office of the Registrar at 303.871.4095 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undergraduate level visiting students who wish to continue at the University beyond the summer session must complete an Application for Admission.
Graduate Level Visiting Students
Graduate Level Visiting or Non-Degree Special Status Students who are enrolled in another institution or who have completed an undergraduate degree are not required to submit transcripts. Visiting graduate level students must contact the department or school to be sure that prerequisites have been met. Complete the Application for Graduate Admission and Registration Special Status and submit it to the appropriate admission unit listed on the form.
Graduate level visiting students may enroll in any course for which the necessary prerequisites have been met. Because of additional deposits, travel arrangement deadlines and other necessary preparations, visiting students intending to enroll in a travel course must get prior approval from the department or school offering the course.
Beginning April 14, 2014 and upon payment of the deposit and receipt of the Visiting Student Registration Form the visiting student will be registered into the summer session courses indicated on the form.
Once enrolled, visiting students are liable for the tuition and fees associated with the course unless the course is dropped prior to the first class meeting. Visiting students who are not on campus and who need to withdraw from their summer session courses must contact the Office of the Registrar at 303.871.4095 or via email at email@example.com
Graduate level visiting students who wish to continue at the University beyond the summer session must contact the Office of Graduate Studies at 303.871.2831 (fax 303.871.4942). Information regarding application for admission may be requested via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Students: