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Due to the intense nature of the program, we recommend that students select Summer Session courses that do not overlap with their regular school year. The deadlines for Sessions II and III are provided below. Applications will open on February 15, 2021.               

2021 Dates Session I (Sections A,B,C,T,V) Session II (Sections D,E,F) Sessions III (Sections G,H,J,R,S)
Last day for students to apply May 21 June 19 July 1
Term bill due date May 6 June 3 June 17
Last day to cancel course(s) and receive a 100% refund May 28 June 25 July 9
Session start date June 1 June 28 July 12 except J (July 28) and S (August 2)

Rutgers reserves the right to change, without notice, any statement on this website concerning, but not limited to, rules, policies, fees, programs, and courses. The University also reserves the right to restrict registration in any course offered or to cancel courses, as necessary.

*Please note:

  • Second Session overlaps first and third sessions. Check course dates carefully to avoid conflict. The WebReg system will not recognize summer scheduling conflicts.
  • Courses running during Summer Session I may overlap with your school’s academic year. It is recommended that applicants consult their school counselor prior to applying for Session I courses.
  • Full Payment of tuition and fees for all registered courses must be made by the payment due date of the earliest course, otherwise late fees will be assessed. For example, students registered for Session I and Session III must pay the entire term bill by the Session I due date.
  • Classes will not meet July 4, in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.


Protection of Minors

The University has adopted a Protection of Minors Policy to promote the well-being and safety of minors who participate in programs or activities run by or associated with Rutgers. The policy includes requirements relating to reporting suspected abuse or neglect of minors, completing relevant online training, and undergoing background checks for Authorized Adults and people in Direct Contact Positions as defined by the policy. Non-University organizations that wish to operate programs or activities involving minors on RU campuses must ensure their programs are run consistent with the guidelines of the University’s Protection of Minors Policy and the Guide to Working with Minors. For more information, please visit protectminors.rutgers.edu.