The Summer School 2016 schedule will be available on March 4, 2016.  Click here for Salem's interactive course schedule: choose Summer Term, then click Get Schedule. Be sure to note the class meeting dates at the far right-hand side of the screen on the interactive course schedule site. 

Summer School pre-registration begins March 14, and that Financial Aid forms for summer are due by an absolute deadline, April 15.

There are three different options for Summer 2016. The full term (10 week) classes will be offered May 23 - August 6, 2016. The first five-week session is May 23 - June 25, 2016. The second five-week session is July 5 – August 6, 2016. Below is a list of important dates to note for summer school registration:



Session-1st Half

Session-2nd Half

Registration begins

March 14

March 14

March 14

*Financial Aid forms deadline

April 15

April 15

April 15

Classes begin

May 23

May 23

July 5

Late Registration

May 24

May 24

July 6

*Last Day to Drop w/ Refund

May 27

May 25

July 8

Memorial Day (no classes)

May 30

May 30


*Last Day to Drop Courses w/ no refund

July 11

June 10

July 22

Last Day of Classes

August 4

June 23

August 4

Examination Period

August 5-6

June 24-25

August 4-6

Registration Forms

Please complete the registration form and mail in with your tuition check, made out to Salem College, to: Summer School, Registrar’s Office, 601 S. Church St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101. You may also bring the registration form, with your check, or credit card receipt from the Business Office, to the Registrar's office in Lehman Hall or to the Fleer Center for Adult Education.

Students may enroll in a maximum/total of four full credits during the entire summer and no more than two full credits in a five-week session. The college reserves the right to cancel any courses with insufficient enrollment. Summer School registration should not be interpreted as admission to a degree program; The Fleer Center, Admissions Office, or Graduate Program must be contacted for that purpose. 

Financial Aid

Financial  Aid applications MUST be received by April 15. (No exceptions) (The application will be available at the live link on March 1.)

Credits and Fees

Most undergraduate courses carry one course credit (four semester hours). Tuition for undergraduate courses is $1,494.00 per course, $1,570 for a directed study. Tuition for graduate courses is $402 per semester hour.

Tuition is due at the time of registration, unless the Office of the Registrar receives notification from the Office of Financial Aid that aid is approved.

Those interested in the Graduate Education Program should call 336-721-2658.


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For questions, please call 336-721-2760, or email