Summer Term

Summer term at Emmanuel College offers students the opportunity to take courses at our Boston campus or online.

Summer is all about freedom. The freedom to move at your own pace, to explore and to discover. Summer @ Emmanuel embraces this freedom, giving you the choice to take classes on campus or online. These accelerated courses offer the same high-quality curriculum and faculty support that you've come to expect from Emmanuel, while giving you the free time to hit the beach or head to work.

Online courses allow you to study on your schedule and eliminate a commute. "Attend" a course anytime, from anywhere, led by Emmanuel College faculty with course materials that are accessible 24 hours a day. 

Schedule of Courses
Summer Session I: May 16 - July 3
Summer Session II: July 11 - August 28

Registration begins on Monday, March 28th for Emmanuel students and April 21 for COF and Non-Matriculating students.  Registration closes for all students the day the class begins. Before registering, be sure to speak with your academic advisor!

View Full Course Details and Register Online

For full-time undergraduates of the Colleges of the Fenway (COF), please review the cross-registration instructions.

Students not enrolled at Emmanuel or another COF institution should complete the Non-matriculating Student Registration Form and return it to Emmanuel's Office of the Registrar via

Cost and Payment

The summer session tuition bill is made available in late April and due prior to the start of the session. The cost is $1,900 per four credit undergraduate summer course. For more information on financial aid and payment options, please click here.

Questions regarding summer tuition or payment options may be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services at 617-735-9938 or via e-mail at

Add, Drop and Withdrawal Policy

7 Week Course Drop & Withdrawal Policy & Dates Summer 2022
(Graduate Management, Education, Undergraduate Nursing, and A+S Summer Courses)

Online Asynchronous and Synchronous Courses

Summer 2022



Session 1

Session 2

Last Day to Add*





Last Day to Drop & Receive Refund*




Not Transcripted

Last Day to Withdraw*





Withdrawal Not Permitted
After 6 p.m. EST on




"F" or Grade Earned

Pass/Fail or Audit Declaration Due Date**




P, F, or AU

* Student must contact the Office of the Registrar to make the registration change (add/drop/withdrawal) prior to 6 p.m. EST of the date listed in order to receive the respective refund, if applicable, and/or grade.
** Pass/Fail and Audit Option available to A&S students only. See A&S calendar for Fall and Spring deadlines.

For more general information see the Office of the Registrar

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