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Summer School 2014

Important Resources

Current Wofford Students

Non-Wofford Students

Session I

June 2, 2014 Classes Begin
June 3, 2014 Last Day to Register
July 2, 2014 Final Exam for 1st period courses: 9:00 am - 12 noon
  Final Exam for 2nd period courses: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
July 3, 2014 Final Exam for 3rd period courses: 9:00 am - 12 noon
  Final Exam for 4th period courses to be held during last class meeting 

Session II

July 7, 2014 Classes Begin
July 8, 2014 Last Day to Register
August 6, 2014 Final Exam for 1st period courses: 9:00 am - 12 noon
  Final Exam for 2nd period courses: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
August 7, 2014 Final Exam for 3rd period courses: 9:00 am - 12 noon
  Final Exam for 4th period courses to be held during last class meeting 

More Information

Wofford's Financial Aid Office will contact Wofford students who are eligible for summer school financial aid. 
 
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-five 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.

Students enrolled in Summer School will be housed in Wofford's award winning Village. With a range of amenities including a sand-volleyball pit, basketball court, bocce ball pitch, and vast lawns, the Village is more than just summer housing, it's a first-rate residential community. Living in the village is an experience usually reserved for seniors, but this summer we are pleased to offer it to Summer School students of all classes. 

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  - Opens Tuesday, March 4
Walk-in Enrollment - Opens Tuesday, March 4
(9 :00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday)

Registration for Second Term
Electronic Enrollment - Opens Tuesday, March 4
Walk-in Enrollment - Opens Tuesday, March 4
(9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday)

Non-Wofford students will be registered through an electronic enrollment system accessed through E-mail and connected to the Wofford Registrar’s Office. Students will be permitted 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. 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 2014 summer session may be requested by completing the on-line Transcript Request Form on the Wofford website.