The Summer School 2018 schedule will be available on March 1, 2018. Click here for Salem’s interactive course schedule. Summer School pre-registration begins March 5, and that Financial Aid forms for summer are due by an absolute deadline, April 15.
Salem College offers a non-residential program of college courses during the summer. The courses are standard college courses which typically meet four days a week for five and one-half weeks or two days a week for a ten-week session. Online and hybrid classes are also offered. Information about specific courses will be available early in the spring term. Independent study and internship programs are offered according to student and faculty interest. The School of Music may offer individual instruction in music during the summer; credit may be earned for a maximum of 2 semester hours. A student may take no more than two courses or a maximum of 10 semester hours in any 5-week summer session at Salem. A maximum of four courses may be taken in the summer. To be eligible for financial aid, students must take a minimum of 6 semester hours over the course of the summer session(s).
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.
There are three different options for Summer 2018. The full term (10 week) classes will be offered May 21 - August 4, 2018. The first five-week session is May 21 - June 23, 2018. The second five-week session is July 2 – August 4, 2018. Below is a list of important dates to note for summer school registration:
*Financial Aid forms deadline
*Last Day to Drop w/ Refund
Memorial Day (no classes)
All classes meet (make up for Memorial Day)
July Fourth Holiday (no classes)
All classes meet (make up for July 4th)
*Last Day to Drop Courses w/ no refund
Last Day of Classes
Please complete the registration form and mail to: Summer School, Registrar’s Office, 601 S. Church St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101. You may also bring the registration form to the Registrar’s office in Lehman Hall or to the Fleer Center for Adult Education.
Financial Aid applications MUST be received by April 15. (No exceptions) (The application will be available at the live link on March 1.)
Most undergraduate courses carry three-four semester hours. Tuition for undergraduate courses is $400 per semester hour, $450 per semester hour for a directed study. Tuition for graduate courses is $430 per semester hour. Please contact the Business Office for payment information.
Those interested in the Graduate Education Program should call 336-721-2658.
For questions, please call 336-721-2670, or email firstname.lastname@example.org