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Summer courses for 2022

(draft, edits in progress)

Online registration opened for April 4, 2022, and classes generally run May 31-June 24.

Here is the full list of all courses that are available for the summer 2022 registration period. 

Unless noted otherwise all academic and social conduct polices for the college are applicable to summer session. Questions about policy exceptions for summer session should be directed to the Committee on Advanced Standing and Degrees wil be resolved thought the Director of Summer Programs, Mike Egan.

Due to the intense nature of Augustana Summer Session, students are limted to enrolling in only one 4-credit summer session course at a time. 

Registration for summer-only (non-degree) students ends May 2. Prerequisite confirmation may be required for some courses.

Augustana online summer courses are $593 per credit hour.  Summer courses taught in-person are $954 per credit hour.

A $40 administrative fee will be applied to registrations after 4:30 p.m. on May 26.

Regular fees for individual music lessons also apply. Check individual course descriptions on Arches for any additional required fees beyond tuition.

The college reserves the right to discontinue or cancel classes that do not meet a minimum enrollment or when other conditions make cancellation necessary.

Important dates*

(Complete calendar and deadlines)

April 4: Online registration opens through Arches.

May 2: Application and registration deadline for non-degree summer-only students.

May 18: All required summer school application materials due for non-degree students. Contact for more information.  

May 21: Term begins for travel courses. Registration must be complete prior to travel.

May 26: Last day for degree-seeking students to register in Arches, by 4:30 p.m.

May 31: Classes start on campus, 7 a.m.

June 1: Last day to add a summer class by online add form only, by noon.

June 1: Drop deadline to avoid “W” grade by online drop form only, by noon. All drops after this date receive a “W” grade. After this date students will receive no refund of any summer tuition charges regardless of attendance. 

June 10: Pass/no credit deadline for courses ending June 24, by noon. Use online P/NC form

June 17: Withdrawal deadline for courses ending June 24, by noon. (course receives a "W" grade) Use online drop form

June 24: Last day of class for May 31-June 24 courses.

June 27: Grades due by noon for May 31-June 24 Summer Session Courses.

Aug. 19: End of term for travel courses.

Aug. 22: Grades due for all summer travel courses, experiential courses, research experiences, and internships. 

Aug 19: Last day to withdraw from a summer internship or research/fieldwork summer-long experience online drop form, by noon ("W" grades apply).

Aug. 19: Summer graduation date for transcript.

Aug. 23: Transcripts available for completed summer courses in Arches

Aug. 25: Transcripts with graduation available in Arches.

Sept. 9: Last day to request free transcripts in Arches for non-degree students.

*Courses that begin later in the summer (internships, research, sequenced courses, etc.) will have deadlines that mirror the days passed for the above deadlines (i.e. the drop to avoid a "W" deadline for a course that begins June 28 would be four days later, noon, July 1) For exact dates please contact the Office of the Registrar. 

Financial aid

The primary forms of financial aid for the summer term are loans and grants.

  • The Federal Direct Loan Program-students who have not used their entire loan eligibility for the academic year may be eligible to borrow the remainder of their loan eligibility for summer.
  • Private Education Loans-students may qualify for a private loan. A credit worthy co-signer is required
  • Federal Parent PLUS Loans-Parents may be eligible to borrow through the PLUS loan for summer.
  • Federal Pell Grants-students may be eligible for grant assistance through the Pell Grant program.

Augustana institutional funds are not available for summer. Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 309-794-7449 to determine if you are eligible to borrow through the loan or grant programs.

If you are receiving federal financial aid for the summer term, it is vital to check with financial aid before dropping a course. Federal regulations could result in your owing the college if you withdraw from a course, or fail to begin a course for which you have registered.

Acadeum consortial and transfer courses

Augustana students have the option of enrolling in summer consortial courses and pre-approved online transfer courses from other four-year colleges and universities through Acadeum. Acadeum courses are billed at the same rate as Augustana online courses, $593 per credit.

Augustana helps facilitate the enrollment and billing process for Acadeum courses, however, students enrolled in Acadeum courses become students at the partnering institution for the duration of the course and are subject to that institution's policies and procedures.

Augustana students have two options for how they can utilize Acadeum courses. As part of the approval process for each student applicant, Augustana staff will make the final decision about which option is appropriate or acceptable for each student.

1. Consortial Courses.  Augustana students in good academic standing can take consortial online summer courses through Acadeum. These courses are marked as "consortial" within the Acadeum site. A consortial course will count as an Augustana course. So, while a summer consortial course will be offered by a different college or university, consortial courses are deemed as fully equivalent to a specified Augustana course, the course will appear on the student's Augustana transcript as an Augustana course (though these courses will be designated with a specialized section number in order to indicate that the course was not actually taken at Augustana), and the grade that a student receives in a consortial course will impact the student's Augustana GPA. Note that consortial courses cannot be counted among the minimum of 60-credits of in-residence courses that Augustana students require for graduation, and consortial courses cannot be included among the last 12 credits a student applies toward graduation.

2. Transfer Courses. Students in the midst of an academic suspension from Augustana may not take consortial courses through Acadeum, but they may take courses through Acadeum that are considered "transfer courses." Augustana students in good standing may also take non-consortial courses through Acadeum. If a student takes a course that is not marked as a consortial course on the Acadeum site, the course will be treated as a transfer course. As with other transfer courses, students should complete the petition to transfer credit form at least two weeks prior to the start date of the course in order to ensure adequate time for processing the petition. Students who wish to take coursework that falls in their final 12 credits towards the degree are also required to meet this same timeline by requesting permission to waive that policy by formal petition the Committee on Advanced Standing and Degrees. Once the course is completed, students should arrange to have the official transcripts sent directly to Augustana from the other institution by mail or by official e-delivery. The Office of the Registrar has complete information on transferring coursework.

Students may explore the Acadeum Site and request consortial or transfer courses through the site. Augustana staff from the Advising office or the Academic Affairs office will review each student request and either approve or deny the request based on the student's academic standing or on the nature of the chosen course. 

If you are searching for a specific course to meet general education or major/minor requirements and do not find the course listed on the Acadeum site, contact Mary Windeknecht, Director of Advising, who can work with you to identify other course offerings. receiving federal financial aid for the summer term, it is vital to check with financial aid before dropping a course. Federal regulations could result in your owing the college if you withdraw from a course, or fail to begin a course for which you have registered.

updated 1.12.22 (mce)