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2016 Undergraduate Summer Session

Westminster Undergraduate Summer Session Courses are taught by Westminster faculty on a condensed schedule, which enables students to meet academic needs while still allowing time for summer jobs and other activities. Courses are offered in traditional, blended, and online formats.

 

Admissions Procedure


  • Currently enrolled Westminster College students do not need to apply for the Summer Session; simply register for the Summer Session via my.Westminster in the same manner as the Fall or Spring semester.

  • New students accepted for Fall 2016 matriculation may apply for the Summer Session here.

  • Visiting college students may apply online or by calling 724-946-7100.

  • High School Dual Enrollment Students – visit the High School/College Dual Enrollment page.

 

Questions about the application process? Call the Admissions office at 724.946.7100

 

2016 Undergraduate Summer Session Tuition and Fees


Tuition and Infotech Fee, per credit hour
$450.00
High School/College Dual Enrollment Tuition/Infotech Fee, per credit hour
$234.50
Wilmington Area High School Dual Enrollment Tuition/Infotech Fee, per credit hour
$90.00
Summer Internship Fee (current Westminster College students)
$250.00

 

2016 Summer Session Schedule


All course offerings are subject to change. If a course does not have sufficient enrollment, it may be cancelled as late as the week prior to the start of the course. Students will be notified promptly if a course is cancelled.

For a listing of the 2016 Summer Session course offerings, click here.

 

Campus Services


Bookstore

The Westminster College Bookstore, located in the Andrew J. McKelvey Campus Center, will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Textbooks will be sold beginning June 4 and may be shipped via UPS upon request. For additional information, please call 724-946-7217.

Books required for each course may be found at the Bookstore website.

Business Office

The Business Office, located on the 2nd floor of Old Main, is open for transactions Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Please call the Business Office at 724-946-7140 if any questions about your account.

Career Center

The Career Center, located in the Andrew J. McKelvey Campus Center , assists students in planning and preparing for careers. Services include individual career counseling and assessments, computerized career guidance, access to alumni for informational interviewing and networking for the job search, individualized job search planning, mock interviewing, on-campus recruiting and a weekly on-line listing of immediate job openings. Students are also encouraged to use the Career Library which contains information on careers, graduate education, job search strategies, companies, government agencies, and school systems.

Computer Facilities

Campus computing and telephone services are operated by the Information Systems Department located on the first floor of Hoyt Science Resources Center. Campus computer lab will be available for student's use at McGill LIbrary, 1st floor. Lab hours and other information about computer facilities and services are also available on the department website. The Help Desk can be reached at 724-946-6900 and the department offices at 724-946-7404.

 

Frequently Asked Questions


May I make changes to my summer schedule?

Yes, by the established deadlines. Each course has its own Add and Drop deadlines, which are published on the Undergraduate Schedule of Classes. To add or drop a class, log in to my.Westminster and find the Registration and Course Search link under the Academics tab.

How do I withdraw from the Summer Session?

If you decide not to complete a Summer Session course, you must complete the online Course Withdrawal Form in my.Westminster. Because of the varied summer session schedule, each course has its own Withdrawal Deadline, published on the Undergraduate Schedule of Classes. After the Withdrawal Deadline, a final course grade must be assigned.

How do I schedule an internship?

Current Westminster College students planning to serve an internship should:
  1. Consult with your advisor prior to the end of spring semester
  2. Pick up the internship packet at the Career Center, complete and return the internship application to the Career Center

The deadline summer internship applications is June 6, 2016.

For more information or assistance, please call the Career Center at 724-946-6338. Internships are available for Westminster College students only.

When will final grades be available?

Summer Session Grades will be available in my.Westminster in mid-August.

How do I transfer Summer Session credits to my home college or university?

To request your official transcript online, visit http://www.westminster.edu/academics/registrar.cfm.

You can also stop by the Westminster Registrar’s office, located on the first floor of Old Main, to request a copy of your official transcript.