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Summer Session I
May 13 to June 19

Summer Session II
June 30 to August 7

  Summer College


Summer College 


Non-Degree Seeking Students 

Delaware State University has reduced the cost of 2014 undergraduate summer session courses by 35 percent.

The in-state rate this summer will drop from $273 down to $177 per credit hour. The out-of-state summer rate will decrease from $620 to $403.

The reduction – which only applies to undergraduate courses –  will be for both Summer Session I (May 13 to June 19) and Summer Session II (June 30 to Aug. 7). There is no change in the current per credit hour rates for graduate or doctoral summer courses (in-state graduate – $417; out-of-state graduate – $920; in-state/out-of-state doctoral – $528) 

How to Register:

  1. Select your courses
  2. Apply (application)
  3. Pay your bill by 4/25/14 for Session I and 6/25/14 for Session II
  4. Enroll

Print and complete the application and fax or send to:

      Office of Records and Registration
      Delaware State University
      1200 N. DuPont Highway
      Dover, DE 19901
      302.857.6375 (phone)
      302.857.6379 (fax) 

On the Dover campus, the offices of Records and Registration, Student Accounts, Financial Aid, Admissions, and the Cashier's provide extended hours of operations on Wednesdays as they are open until 6 p.m.

Delaware Teachers   

Delaware Teachers are now able to take two summer school courses for the price of one at DSU!

At DSU, we care about our teachers and want to make summer courses more affordable. All educators who would normally be eligible for tuition exemptions through the State of Delaware are now able to pay for one course and receive the second one tuition free.

Normal registration fees will apply. 

Guidelines for DELAWARE Educators

Exemption Request for DELAWARE Educators 

 

DSU Students

Delaware State University has reduced the cost of 2014 undergraduate summer session courses by 35 percent.

The in-state rate this summer will drop from $273 down to $177 per credit hour. The out-of-state summer rate will decrease from $620 to $403.

The reduction – which only applies to undergraduate courses –  will be for both Summer Session I (May 13 to June 19) and  Summer Session II (June 30 to Aug. 7). There is no change in the current per credit hour rates for graduate or doctoral summer courses (in-state graduate – $417; out-of-state graduate – $920; in-state/out-of-state doctoral – $528) 

Search courses available during Summer 2014

Learn how to register for classes online

View the Summer 2014 Academic Calendar


NOTE: To help in lowering your expenses, the University will no longer require students living in the University Village Apartments and attending summer school to purchase a meal plan. Students living in traditional residence halls on campus and attending summer school will be required to purchase a meal plan.