Quinnipiac University
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Summer Experiences

Summer Courses

Seize the upcoming season by balancing your summer activities with coursework designed to engage your mind and kick-start your career. Taught online and on-campus, these convenient summer courses allow you to tackle interesting subjects at your own pace while earning credits to put toward your education.

Overview

Whether you want to learn a new skill, optimize your portfolio by showcasing new projects, or gain a bit more momentum on the road toward earning your college degree, we have a wide variety of courses that are sure to keep you motivated and on top of your game during the summer months.

Summer courses are open to all students, including students attending other universities.

Course registration is based on course availability and satisfying course prerequisites. Enrollment limitations are strictly enforced.

Summer Term 2022 Dates

Summer I
  • May 23 – June 24 (5 weeks)
  • May 23 – July 8 (7 weeks)
  • May 23 – August 12 (12 weeks)
Summer II
  • July 11 – August 12 (5 weeks)
  • July 11 – August 26 (7 weeks)

Course Listings To Be Announced

Summer courses, subjects and sections have not yet been announced for 2023. Once course sections are determined, they will be listed by professional school or college on this page as well as within the Self-Service Platform.

Summer Housing

Summer housing information will be available for currently enrolled Quinnipiac students. More information regarding move-in dates, housing assignments and costs will be announced soon. Once housing is open, students will be able to access the summer housing contract on MyHousing on MyQ.

Contact Us

Our staff is available to answer your questions or to help you get started with summer school registration.

One Stop
203-582-8650
onestop@qu.edu

Accommodations

Quinnipiac University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act as an institution of higher education. Students who have a current IEP or 504 plan are encouraged to share any accommodations or modifications they may require in order to access the fundamentals of a QU summer program or camp they plan to attend.

Students requesting disability-based accommodations should indicate this within the application as well as email summerprograms@qu.edu about any and all specific accommodation needs.