To view the Summer 2019 course offerings, click here for the online searchable schedule. (Schedule will be available after March 5).
Admission/Eligibility to Enroll:
Current Central College students are automatically eligible to enroll in Summer Session Courses. If you wish to take summer courses but do not intend to seek a degree from Central, you may register as a guest student. The guest student registration form is available here. If you intend to become a degree seeking student at Central, an application for admission is available in our Admission Office, 1st Floor, Central Hall. (641) 628-5286.
Tuition, Payment and Withdrawal Policies:
|On-campus, Directed Study, Independent Study, Practicum||$500 per semester hour of credit|
|On-line Courses||$300 per semester hour of credit|
|Summer Internship||$300 per semester hour of credit|
IMPORTANT: All tuition and fees must be paid by the first day of class of the summer term(s) in which you are enrolled. Contact the Business Office (641-628-5185) to discuss payment options. There is no tuition refunded for withdrawal from courses after the last day to drop for each session (deadlines noted below).
|Session||Start Date||End Date|| Last day to
|Last Day to
|Last Day to Withdraw|
|Ind. Study, Internship, Directed Study, Practicum||Mon. June 3||Fri. Aug. 9||Fri. May 10||Wed. June 12||Wed. July 17|
|10-Week Online||Mon. June 3||Fri. Aug. 9||Wed. June 12|
|5-Week On Campus||Mon. June 3||Fri. July 5||Wed. June 5||Wed. June 5||Wed. June 26|
Now until May 10 Practicum, Internship, Independent Study & Directed Study:
These courses are offered on an individual basis and are not listed in the schedule below. Each requires a specific form available from the Registrar, or online @ my.central.edu.
Now until June 12 Registration for 10-Week Session:
Note: Courses to be cancelled due to low enrollment will be cancelled by Friday, May 17.
Now until June 5 Registration for 5-Week Session:
Note: For add/ drop deadlines, contact the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Limited financial aid may be available, depending on your specific circumstances. Contact the Financial Aid Office at (641) 628-5187 or (641) 628-5911 as soon as possible to ensure that any aid is awarded before the start of the session.
Students enrolled in summer session courses may be eligible to obtain a job on campus during and after the completion of courses. For more information, contact the Human Resources Office at (641) 628-7681.
On-campus housing is available for students enrolled in summer session courses. For more information, contact the residence life office at 641.628.5180 or email@example.com or check out the information, contract and rates on my.central.edu ->campus life->residence life.
Review the schedule of courses via the online schedule. Course descriptions and prerequisite information are also available online. Current degree-seeking Central students may register online via WebAdvisor, or submit a paper registration form. Guest students must file a Guest Student Registration Form.
Completed forms should be returned to the Registrar (inside the Central Service Center, 2nd floor, Central Hall). Should you wish to change your schedule, you can do so online or via the Registration Change Form.
Changing Your Schedule /Withdrawing from Courses
During the Add/Drop Period, students can add and/or drop courses online via WebAdvisor, or by submitting a completed Registration Change form to the Registrar or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration Change forms are available in the Central Service Center (2nd floor, Central Hall) or via at my.central. There is no fee for schedule changes made during the Add/Drop Period, and dropped courses do not appear on the academic transcript. Any tuition paid for courses dropped during this period will be refunded in full (contact the Business Office for more information). Housing refunds will be made on a pro-rated basis.
During the Withdrawal Period, students must submit a completed Registration Change Form to the Registrar. There is no tuition refunded for course withdrawals, and a grade of “W” will appear on the academic transcript. Housing refunds will be made on a pro-rated basis. Course withdrawals are not permitted after the withdrawal period.
IMPORTANT: Students are responsible for registration in and withdrawal from courses. Class attendance does not constitute registration in a course; likewise, absence from a class – including never attending class – does not constitute official withdrawal from a course. No credit will be awarded for courses in which a student is not properly registered by the deadline, and no refunds will be given for courses from which students have not officially dropped.
Practicum ~ Internship ~ Independent Study ~ Directed Study
These courses are offered every term but on a limited basis; accordingly, they are not listed on the online schedule. Each requires a special registration form and various signatures (instructor, advisor, department chair, etc.). To register for any of these courses, students must submit all required forms, which are available at the Central Service Center or on-line at my.Central. All forms for these courses are due Friday, May 10, 2019.
Courses with Pre-Requisites
To register for any course listed, the student must meet each of the required prerequisite. Check the online schedule or current College Catalog for more information. Students seeking an exemption from a prerequisite must obtain the course instructor‘s approval, or that of the department chair in which the course is taught.
Students may register for a maximum of 9 semester hours during the summer, and students taking more than 7 s.h. of credit will be considered full-time students. Students seeking to take more than 10 s.h. of credit during the summer must obtain approval from the Registrar’s Office (email@example.com ).
Online (Web-Based) Courses
All of the 10-week session courses will be conducted either primarily or exclusively online. Students enrolling in online courses are encouraged to contact the instructor prior to registration so they are aware of the nature of the course, teaching methods, technological requirements, and attendance expectations.