Registration for BU Students
Course information for Summer 2017 will be available on December 15. Course registration for next summer will begin on February 23, 2017. Mark your calendar!
BU students who have an active BU login account and Kerberos password can register for summer classes on the Student Link. You don't need an academic advising code for summer registration, although it is always a good idea to check with your advisor before signing up for classes.
If you are officially graduating in May, you should register for summer classes using a paper Registration Form.
Registration Dates for Standard Summer Term Courses 2017
February 23 - May 30
February 23 - July 10
Start and End Dates for Standard Summer Term Courses 2017
May 23 - June 30
July 3 - August 11
Note: Some instructors do not allow students to join their course once it has begun. It is recommended that you register for and attend summer classes by their first meeting date. During add/drop week, if you want to add a course after it has started, you should first contact the instructor to receive permission to add.
Standard courses are courses that start and end on the official dates of a six week summer session: Summer 1 or Summer 2. Nonstandard courses have a class meeting schedule that differs from an official six week session. Add/drop dates for non-standard courses are individually determined, and can be found next to the course on the Student Link or summer description.
Two courses for a total of 8-10 credits is considered a full time schedule for a six-week summer session. Students who wish to take more than two courses in a six-week summer session must complete a paper Summer Add/Drop Form for their overload course, seek approval if needed, and pass in the form to the Summer Term office (755 Commonwealth Avenue). Most BU Schools and Colleges require approval to take a summer overload—check with your advising office and obtain the appropriate permissions before passing in your Summer Add/Drop Form.
Charges for tuition and fees will appear on your student account as soon as you register for classes. These charges will remain, and you will be responsible for payment, unless you officially withdraw or drop your course(s). See the Tuition and Fees section for additional payment information.
Tuition remission is available for eligible Boston University employees during Summer Term. Information on eligibility for tuition remission benefits is available on the BU HR website. Employees who are taking classes for the first time will need to complete a paper registration form.