Summer Session

Scots Summer Session: An eight-week, fully online summer term for current and incoming students.

Get ahead or catch up on coursework

Summer session offers students additional flexibility. Summer can be a great time to catch up and stay on track to graduate on time. Want to get a jump start or get ahead on core requirements? We’ve got you covered.

Don’t sweat the search for the right class elsewhere. Skip the hassle of transfer paperwork and take your summer courses with professors you already know and love. 

Summer 2023 Course Offerings

  • PSYC 101 (“Introduction to Psychology”) with Ryan Colclasure (1.0 credit, satisfies the Scientific Inquiry requirement)
  • ENGL 110 (“Composition and Argument”) with David Wright (1.0 credit, satisfies the Composition and Argument requirement)
  • MUSI 106 (“Music and Global Cultures”) with Justin Swearinger (1.0 credit, satisfies the Artistic Inquiry and the Global Learning requirements)
  • PSYC 236 (“Psychological Disorders”) with Sydney Greenwalt (1.0 credit, satisfies the Social Science Inquiry requirement)

The 2023 Summer Session will begin Monday, June 5, and run for eight weeks, ending Friday, July 28.  All courses will be delivered fully online and are available to current Monmouth students.

In addition to the options above, students can access a list of pre-approved courses through Acadeum, a consortium of liberal arts colleges that includes Monmouth.  Students can request registration for courses by clicking on the Acadeum link and creating an account with your Monmouth College email address.  The Registrar’s Office and host institution will verify registration. 

Cost and Financial Aid

Summer Session courses are $1,400 per course ($350 per .25 course credit). Summer session bills will be generated on or before May 1 with a bill due date of June 1. 

Monmouth scholarships and grants are not available in the summer, but students may be eligible for other types of financial aid if they filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students who receive a Pell Grant during the academic year may be eligible for Pell Grant funding in the summer. Students with unused loan eligibility may also elect to cover some summer expenses with federal loans. 


Registration for summer classes will be available beginning Monday, April 3, at the same time as registration for Fall 2023 courses. Talk with your academic advisor about summer options when you discuss your fall plans.