Admission and Attendance:
Classes are open to current AU students, incoming first year students, transfer students and undergraduate and graduate students from other colleges. (Courses at the 100 and 200 levels are also open to local high school students. Please see details, below.) No examinations are required for admission to Summer Sessions. Students may enroll in courses for which their experience or previous preparation fits them. Certain advanced courses may not be taken unless prerequisites have been fulfilled. Regular class attendance is expected. View registration details and other information. (International students, please see additional requirements below.)
Transfer of Credits:
It is a good idea for Summer Session students who are regularly enrolled at other colleges and universities, and who intend to transfer credits from Alfred University to their home institutions, to secure advance approval of their Alfred University course selections from their home institutions. Even though courses at AU are fully accredited and are generally accepted for transfer credit, decisions on transferability rest with the receiving college or university.
Eligibility of High School Students to take Summer Classes:
Local high school juniors and seniors, commuting from home, can take summer courses at the 100 and 200 levels. High school students must use a special registration form. The approval of the student's school counselor or principal is required each year. Special tuition arrangements made for high school students to attend AU classes during the fall and spring do not apply during the summer. If a high school student wishes to take a course during the summer, he/she must register, pay full tuition for the class and provide proof of immunization. (If the student is eligible for tuition remission, forms must be submitted at least two weeks before the class begins.) Registration for any course depends on available openings. High school students enrolled in summer courses are not guaranteed acceptance into any AU degree program at a later date. Campus housing is not available for high school students attending summer courses.
Important Information for International Students:
If you are interested in participating in Alfred University's summer programming (classes, workshops, etc.), as an international student Learn More.
If you have specific questions please contact the Office of International Programs at 607.871.2269.