For Faculty

Why Teach a Summer Session Class?

Students benefit from additional opportunities to take coursework.  Students taking courses through Continuing and Global Education may speed their time to graduation. Students who take high demand classes open seats for other students during other academic semesters. 

Summer Session Faculty Website

Page Description
Course Proposal Guide Instructions for completing the Summer Session course proposal form and planning a successful class.
Course Viability Details on how to offer a viable Summer Session class and avoid cancellation.
Instructor Pay Overview of the instructor salary schedule and pay process for Summer Session.
Procedures & Resources Information about Blackboard, permission numbers, grades, and more for Summer Session instructors.

Summer Session Coordinator

The Summer Session Coordinator is your lead contact in Continuing and Global Education and can answer questions about class scheduling, room assignments, permission numbers, dates and deadlines, and more. 

Summer Session Coordinator
David Hoff 559.278.0317

Timeline for Summer Session 2017

Date Description
10.24.2016  Call for Proposals issued to faculty.
12.02.2016 Deadline for submission of course proposals to Continuing and Global Education office (please check with your school/college staff for internal deadlines prior to this date).
01.27.2017 Tentative Summer Session course list will be made available to students online.
03.20.2017 Early Registration opens.
05.19.2017 Early Registration ends. Fee deadline for Early Registration. Students who have not paid fees will be cancelled.
05.20.2017 Late Registration opens and lasts until the first day of class. Students must pay fees within 24 hours of registration.
05.29.2017 Registration unavailable for 05.29 and 05.30. Course viability decisions will be made in consultation with faculty. Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled.
06.12.2017  Classes begin.
07.04.2017 Independence Day holiday. No classes.
08.11.2017 Last day of Summer Session.