Enrollment for Summer Session 2023 is open. Students can take courses on campus, online, or around the world.  

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Enrollment now open for Summer Session 2023

Cornell students, students from other universities, and adult learners are invited to enroll now in Cornell’s Summer Session, which features on-campus, online, and off-campus courses.

Students can earn up to 15 credits by taking regular Cornell classes taught by university faculty. Courses are offered in three-, six- and eight-week sessions between May 30 and August 1.

Summer Session, administrated by the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions (SCE) since 1876, offers courses in Africana studies, art, anthropology, astronomy, biology, business, chemistry, communication, computer science, design, economics, engineering, English, government, hotel administration, languages, law, mathematics, music, nutritional science, physical education, physics, psychology, statistics, technology, veterinary medicine and more.

Some new and notable additions to this year’s roster include:

Other special offerings this year include the Cornell Prelaw Program and Internship in New York City, taught by  C. Evan Stewart ’74, JD ’77, and The Business World in New York City, taught by Erik Michielsen, managing director, Member Development, World 50, Inc. and a former regional director of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

Courses will be added throughout the spring, so students are encouraged to check the Summer Session course roster frequently. 

To learn more about Summer Session, visit the SCE website.

Visit SCE News for more stories on programs offered by Cornell's School of Continuing Education.

Shelley Preston is the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions’ communications and marketing specialist.

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