Summer Sessions Admission

Each year the University offers a wide range of courses, from lower division (100 and 200 level) to upper division (300 and 400 level) during the Summer Sessions, which consists of three sessions, each equivalent to a semester. These classes are the same as those offered during the academic year and offer the same number of credits. During the summer most classes meet two or three times per week, although some may meet as often as five times per week. Day and evening classes are available in both sessions.

The University has an open enrollment policy during the summer. All graduates of accredited high schools or equivalency programs may attend Summer Sessions classes at Stony Brook. In addition, high school students who have completed their junior year by the end of June may take selected introductory-level summer courses if their grade point average is 85 or higher.

Admission to summer classes is for the Summer Sessions only. Those students who wish to continue studying at Stony Brook during the academic year, either toward a degree at Stony Brook or as non-degree students, must apply for admission following the procedures outlined in this Bulletin. Upon acceptance as students at Stony Brook they may use Summer Sessions credits taken at Stony Brook toward fulfillment of their academic requirements.

Tuition1

New York State Resident Tuition:
Part time Student (per credit hour)3 $207.00/credit
Out-of-State Resident Tuition:
Part-time student (per credit hour)3 $536.00/credit

3Prices are approximate and subject to change

Housing

Undergraduate apartment
single occupancy

TBA
Undergraduate apartment
double occupancy

TBA

Fees

College Fee 3 $85/credit
Comprehensive fee23 $120.00/session
Undergraduate student
activity fee3

$15.00
Late registration fee $40.00/session
Deffered payment fee $30.00/session
Late payment fee $40.00/session

1Note that there is no full-time tuition cap during the Summer Session. All Summer Session tuition is charged per credit.
2The comprehensive fee provides funding for the Student Health Center, as well as the increasing
transportation and technological needs of the campus
3Prices are approximate and subject to change

To request information about Summer Sessions, please visit our Web site at http://www.stonybrook.edu/summer or write or phone:

Summer Sessions
Administration Building, Room 276
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY
11794-1970
(631) 632-7070