Summer Session

2017 Summer Session Dates

Important Dates & Deadlines

  • Summer I
    • Courses Begin: May 22
    • Registration Deadline: May 21
  • Summer II
    • Courses Begin: June 12
    • Registration Deadline: June 11
  • Summer III 
    • Courses Begin: July 5
    • Registration Deadline: July 4

2017 Summer Session Courses

View Summer I Course Offerings

View Summer II Course Offerings

View Summer III Course Offerings

Next Steps to Enroll

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Guest Student? Application Information

Current Student? Register for summer 2017 through MyBucks

Tuition and Fees

2017 Summer Tuition and Fees are DUE at the time of registration.

Tuition/Fees Academic Year Summer 2017Residents of Bucks CountyOut-of-County ResidentsOut-of-State Residents
Tuition
per semester credit hour
$140 $280 $420
Capital Fee
per semester credit hour
 
0
 
10
 
20
College Services Fee 25 25 25
Technology Support Fee
per semester credit hour
 
35
 
35
 
35
Returned Check Fee 25 25 25

Click here for payment options and deferred payment plans.

Financial Aid

You must have completed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the 2016-17 academic year. You must complete a Summer 2017 Financial Aid Application. If applying for a Federal Stafford Student Loan, you must complete a Summer 2017 Federal Stafford Student Loan Request Form (which can be downloaded or obtained from the Financial Aid Office).  In addition you must complete a Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling (if one hasn't been completed for prior semesters).  Payment is due at time of Registration.  Due to Immediate Payment control Financial Aid Students are required to pay in full or sign up for payment plan at time of Summer Registration to hold classes. 

The following will help guide you through the process of applying for and receiving some of these grants, loans and scholarships.

  1. Start with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or the FAFSA, as it is more commonly known. You will need the college's Federal ID Code: 003239.
  2. See these deadlines.
  3. Consider Bucks scholarships and search for other scholarships.
  4. Loans are available through the Federal Direct Loan Program.
  5. A federal work study or campus based job is a way to earn as you learn.
  6. You can estimate your eligibility for aid using the calculator.
  7. If, based on your FAFSA, you are determined to be eligible for a PHEAA State Grant, you will receive an email to request additional information directly from PHEAA (Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency).