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Summer courses are available to current students, those starting in the fall, students attending other universities during the year, or interested non-degree seeking students.

Key points to consider about summer classes:

  • Class sizes are kept small.
  • Length of courses range from one week to eight weeks (May 22-August 4, 2023).
  • You can take the equivalent of one credit per week, so you could accumulate as many as 11 credits this summer.
  • Registration begins February 16-17 for graduate students, February 20-March 3 for undergraduate students, and March 3 for special students.
How to apply
Current UWEC students

Current students can register through MyBlugolds CampS. Their registration time will be shown on their Student Center. No deposit or PAC is required for summer enrollment, however, students are encouraged to meet with an adviser.

New transfer or first-year students

New students are welcome to start with summer session. If you have already been admitted, contact Admissions to change your entrance term to summer. More information will be sent to you. Note: Newly admitted degree-seeking undergraduate students, transfer students and readmitted students are required to make a $100 registration deposit. No PAC is required for summer enrollment, although students are encouraged to meet with an adviser.

Students enrolled at other universities or non-degree seeking students

Students who are not UW-Eau Claire degree-seeking students may come as "Special Students." Students fill out the UW System application. Click on Special Student (undergraduate or graduate) after registering as a new user. Find more information about coming as a special at Admissions.


Courses offered

A few of the courses currently being offered are below. For an up-to-date and searchable list of courses offered, click here (be sure to change the Term to "2023 Summer Session"). See the Catalog for course descriptions, attributes, prerequisites, etc.

  • ACCT 201, Intro to Accounting, 3 crs (in person)
  • ANTH/AIS 161, Intro to Cultural Anthropology, 3 crs (online)
  • ART 240, Intermediate Drawing, 3 crs (in person)
  • ARTH 333, Themes in Contemporary Art, 3 crs (online)
  • BCOM 207, Business Presentations, 2 crs (in person)
  • BIOL 105, General Biology, 3 crs (online)
  • CHEM 109, General Chemistry II with Lab, 4 crs (online), Lab (in person)
  • CHEM 127, Chemistry and Climate, 3 crs (online)
  • CHIN 101, Beginning Chinese, 4 crs (in person)
  • CJ 205, Listening, 3 crs (online)
  • CRMJ 325, Victimology, 3 crs (online)
  • CS 170, Computing for the Sciences and Mathematics, 3 crs (in person)
  • CSD 101 American Sign Language I, 3 crs (online)
  • DNCE 101, Dance Appreciation, 3 crs (online)
  • ECON/WMNS 337, Women and thee Labor Market, 3 crs (online)
  • ENGL 220, Intro to Creative Writing, 3 crs (in person OR online)
  • ENPH 115, Global Environmental and Public Health, 3 crs (in person)
  • ES 385/585, Social Foundations: Human Relations, 3 crs (online)
  • FIN 320, Principles of Finance, 3 crs (in person)
  • FLG 101, Beginning Foreign Language I, 4 crs (online)
  • FREN 345, Intro to Literary Analysis, 3 crs (in person)
  • GEOG 135, Geospatial Analysis, 3 crs (online)
  • HIST 125, World History Since 1500, 3 crs (online)
  • KINS 294, Anatomical Kinesiology, 3 crs (online)
  • LAS 150, Intro to Latin American and Latinx Studies, 3 crs (online)
  • MATH 113, Trigonometry, 2 crs (online)
  • MKTG 335, International Marketing, 3 crs (in person)
  • MUSI 112, History of Rock and Pop, 3 crs (online)
  • NRSG 211, Wellness: Food for Fitness, 1 cr (online)
  • PHIL 200, What is Happiness?, 3 crs (online)
  • PHYS 115, Survey of Astronomy, 3 crs (in person)
  • POLS 329, Political Violence, 3 crs (online)
  • PSYC 353, Health Psychology, 3 crs (online)
  • RELS 100, World Religions, 3 crs (online)
  • SEIP 200, Intro to Diverse Learners, 3 crs (online)
  • SPAN 101, Beginning Spanish I, 4 crs (online OR in person)
  • SW 100, Intro to Social Welfare, 3 crs (online)
  • THEA 101, Theatre Appreciation, 3 crs (online)
  • WGSS 206, Perspectives in LGBTQ Studies, 3 crs (online)
Financial Aid for summer

Admitted, degree-seeking students may be eligible for summer financial aid. Summer aid is based on the 2022-2023 FAFSA, so you must have submitted this to be eligible. If you would like to be considered for possible financial aid resources for summer, we would recommend that you apply as soon as possible. Log into CampS; go to the Financial Aid tile and then click on the "Summer Aid Application" button. Complete information is available at Blugold Central.

Summer tuition + fees

Tuition and fees are on a "per credit" basis. For additional information, Blugold Central has a complete listing of tuition and fees.

NOTE: Be sure to check the "special course fees." Online courses as well as others may charge additional fees.

Newly admitted degree-seeking, undergraduate students and transfer students are required to make a $100 enrollment deposit. This is refundable up until the day before the first day of classes. No PAC is required for summer session, although students are encouraged to meet with an adviser.

FULL PAYMENT is due on June 12, 2023. Balances remaining after June 12, 2023, are subject to a $30 administrative service fee and a finance charge of 1% per month (12% annual interest rate) calculated from the first day of the semester. After the initial assessment, finance charges will be assessed on the remaining balance every two weeks (not to exceed 1% per month) until paid.

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