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2007 Banner Summer School Course Schedule(live data)
2007 Summer School Financial Aid Application (for Wofford Students only)
2007 Summer School Housing Application(.pdf)
Register for Summer School Online(non-Wofford students only)

The following summer school schedules are for reference only. Please refer to the online schedules in Banner for up-to-date information for registration (above top link).

Summer School 2007

First Term
June 4 Classes begin
June 7 Last day for adding and dropping courses
Last day for registering
July 5-6 Final Exams
(Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon  1st period exam; 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  2nd period exam;  Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon  3rd period exam)
Second Term
July 9 Classes begin
July 12 Last day for adding and dropping courses
Last day for registering
August 9-10 Final Exams
(Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon  1st period exam; 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  2nd period exam;  Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon  3rd period exam)

Thank you for your interest in the Wofford College Summer Session. The summer session, conducted in two terms of five weeks each, begins each year in June and ends in August. The summer academic program reflects the same general purpose as that of the fall and spring semesters.

In each term, summer courses normally meet five times weekly, Monday through Friday, in daily class sessions of one hour and forty minutes per course. In addition, science courses have laboratories three afternoons a week. Most summer courses carry credit of three or four semester hours each, and students may undertake a maximum of two courses per term.

The teacher-certifying bodies of the various states, including South Carolina, have their own rules for applying course credits toward teacher’s certificates, and teachers should acquaint themselves with these rules before enrolling in summer courses.

If you need additional information about Wofford College or the Wofford Summer Session, contact the Registrar’s Office at (864) 597-4030.

Non-Wofford Students
Registrations for First Term
Electronic Enrollment  - March 5 - June 3
Walk-in Enrollment - June 4 - June 7
(9 :00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday -Friday)

Registration for Second Term
Electronic Enrollment - March 5 - July 8
Walk-in Enrollment - July 9 - July 12
(9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday -Friday)

LUCIE (Link up, Check in, Enroll) is an electronic enrollment system accessed through E-mail and connected to the Wofford Registrar’s Office. LUCIE will permit non-Wofford students to register on-line for one or both terms of the Wofford College Summer School. Please note the dates and times on-line enrollment will be available.

Read all summer school information carefully before enrolling, answer each item completely, and check enrollment materials before submitting the enrollment form. Enrollment information may be submitted via the web or printed and returned in person to the Registrar’s Office.

Transcripts of work taken during the 2007 summer session may be requested in person or by completing the on-line Transcript Request Form on the Wofford website. The form must be printed and signed. Transcript Request Forms must bear a signature of authorization and cannot be returned electronically. The request may be dropped off at the Registrar’s Office, sent to the Registrar through the mail, or by fax at (864)597-4019.

Address questions about the summer program to the Wofford Registrar’s Office.

General InformationAdmissions Procedures
Students entering Wofford College for the first time and plan to receive a Wofford degree must apply for and be admitted to Wofford College before enrolling for either summer term. Wofford students, transient students and other persons wishing to enroll for the summer session should follow the instructions listed below.

Visiting students are advised to secure written permission from their college or university before taking course work at Wofford.

Resident Students
Summer session students will reside in one of Wofford’s seven residence halls. Wofford students should complete and return a Resident Student Application Form via the web. The form must be completed by Tuesday, May 1, 2007 to receive priority accommodations. Visiting students may contact the Director of Residence Life for accommodation information. The Wofford Information Network (WIN) is accessible from the residence hall and includes private telephone service, cable television, and computer data services. Roommate and residence hall room assignments will be made at the Campus Life Building on Sunday, June 3 (first term) and Friday, July 6 (second term) from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

All resident students are required to board in the Wofford dining hall. A validated Wofford College Summer School ID serves as a meal ticket for summer residents. Please note that meals are served beginning with breakfast on Mondays and ending with lunch on Fridays. No meals are served on weekends. Dining hall service will begin with breakfast on Monday, June 4 and end with lunch on Friday, July 6. Dining hall service for the second term will begin with breakfast on Monday, July 9 and end with lunch on Friday, August 10. For other students, board is available, but optional.

Parking Decals
All vehicles must be registered with the Wofford College Public Safety Office located in Andrews Field House. Decals issued during the 2006-2007 school year are valid through August 31, 2007.

Post Office Boxes
Every student must have a post office box and is responsible for all official communications sent through the campus post office.

Rules and Regulations
Academic requirements and college rules and regulations are published in the 2005-2007 Wofford College Catalogue and the 2006-2007 Student Handbook.  Students are expected to become familiar with the academic requirements, course descriptions, policies and procedures, and detailed information concerning the College and life on campus.  Matriculation in the Wofford College Summer School is a declaration of acceptance of College regulations and policies as published in the catalogue and handbook.

Tuition and Fees

Each Term:
Registration fee $ 50
Tuition fee, per semester hour 300*
Audit fee 35
Room and board 860**
Laboratory fee for science course 45
Medical fee 50***

* $290 per hour for teachers in active full-time service in colleges and schools, sons and daughters of Methodist ministers and Methodist ministerial students.
** Board consists of breakfast, lunch, and dinner--Monday through Thursday and breakfast and lunch on Friday.
*** Provides limited care in Health Services. Medical Fee required only of resident students.

Refund Policy

Tuition: No tuition charge will be made for a course or courses officially dropped in the Registrar’s Office on or before June 7 in the first term and July 12 in the second term. No tuition refund will be made for a course or courses dropped after that day.

Room and Board: If a student withdraws completely from either summer term within the first two weeks of the term, charges for that term’s room and board will be prorated by the Business Office according to length of the residence. After the first two weeks of the term there will be no refund on room and board.

Thursday, June 7 is the last day to add a course in the first term and Thursday, July 12 will be the last day to register for courses in the second term. No exceptions will be made to this policy. The last day to drop a course without paying for the course or without the course and grade appearing on your record is Thursday, June 7 for first term and Thursday, July 12 in the second term. Thereafter grades of WP or WF are assigned, depending on the quality of the student’s work and the course and grade become part of the student’s transcript. A grade of WF is assigned when the student does not request the drop. Courses may not be dropped later than 5:00 p.m. on the last day of regular classes.

Repeated Courses
Wofford students repeating courses, whether previously failed or passed, must complete a Repeated Course Form available in the Registrar’s Office.

Students expecting to complete graduation requirements during the 2007 summer session must see the Registrar prior to the end of the drop/add period to register for graduation.

Cancellation of Courses
The College reserves the right to cancel any course when the enrollment is insufficient.

Statement of Non-Discrimination
It is the policy of Wofford College to provide equal opportunities and reasonable accommodation to all persons regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.