2017

Summer tuition grant available for A&S and Education undergraduate classes. Take three credit hours at the standard tuition rate and receive a reduced rate on subsequent credit hours.

Whether you’re interested in getting ahead, catching up, or just learning something new, taking classes at UofL makes for a summer wisely spent. Plus, if you take more than three credit hours this summer, you can receive reduced tuition on undergraduate summer courses taken in-person at the colleges of Arts & Sciences or Education and Human Development.  

Under the conditions and with the exceptions described below (see FAQs), UofL will automatically provide a tuition grant per credit hour to undergraduate students who enroll in more than three credit hours in summer 2017.  Put another way: take three credit hours at the standard tuition rate and receive a reduced rate on subsequent credit hours.

Summer 2017 Sessions

Term I – May 8 – 26
Term II – May 30 – July 3
Term III – July 5 – August 8
10-week term – May 30 – August 8

View the complete summer 2017 calendar and enrollment deadlines

Register for Classes

Current Students

Term II and 10-week Term registration deadline – May 30

How to register

Visiting Students

Term II and 10-week Term registration deadline – May 30

Apply as a summer visitor

Freshmen and Transfer Students

Incoming fall 2017 freshmen and transfer students (who have not yet participated in orientation) interested in joining us on campus this summer should contact the Office of Admissions for assistance in registering for summer 2017 courses.

Contact Admissions


Check the Registrar's website for more information:

Eligible Courses

For your first three credit hours, you can take any course you’d like, including an online course. To receive the automatic tuition grant on credit hours over three, you must take (a) course(s) with the following criteria:

  1. Must be a face-to-face
  2. Must contain one of the following course prefixes

College of Arts and Sciences
ANTH, ART, ARTH, ASL, BIOL, CHEM, CJ, COMM, ENGL, FREN, GEN, GEOG, GEOS, GLPH, HIST, HUM, JAPN, LALS, MATH, MILS, PAS, PEAC, PHIL, PHYS, PLAN, POLS, PSYC, SOC, SPAN, TA, WGST

College of Education and Human Development
EDSP, EDTP, ELFH, HSS, SPAD

See the full schedule of classes

Undergraduate Tuition and Summer Grants

# Credit
Hours
Kentucky
Resident
Tuition
Summer
Grant
Non
Resident
Tuition
Summer
Grant
1$446.00
Online Course $497.00
$0$1,072.00
Online Course $497.00
$0
2$892.00
Online Course $994.00
$0$2,144.00
Online Course $994.00
$0
3$1,338.00
Online Course $1,441.00
$0$3,216.00
Online Course $1,441.00
$0
4$1,784.00$111.50$4,288.00$268.00
5$2,230.00$223.00$5,360.00$536.00
6$2,676.00$334.50$6,432.00$804.00
7$3,122.00$446.00$7,504.00$1,072.00
8$3,568.00$557.50$8,576.00$1,340.00
9$4,041.00$669.00$9,648.00$1,608.00
10$4,460.00$780.50$10,720.00$1,876.00
11$4,906.00$892.00$11,792.00$2,144.00
12$5,352.00$1,003.50$12,864.00$2,412.00

FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the 2017 summer tuition grant are subject to revision. The university reserves the right to adjust details concerning the award process and distribution.  Please contact your advisor or email provost@louisville.edu if you need additional information.

Resident and non-resident undergraduate students registered for more than three credit hours in summer 2017 will receive a credit on their tuition bill for all face-to-face credit hours over three taken in the colleges of Arts & Sciences and/or Education and Human Development. The maximum grant amount will be 25% of 9 credit hours of tuition (does not include the mandatory student fees of $16 per credit hour).

25% off per credit hour, less mandatory student fees, for all undergraduate face-to-face credit hours over three and up to nine within the colleges of Arts & Sciences and/or Education and Human Development.

The university will automatically apply the grant to your tuition bill in summer 2017. The grant will apply to all undergraduate face-to-face credit hours above three taken within the colleges of Arts & Sciences and/or Education and Human Development.

No application is required. The grant will be automatically applied to your tuition bill, provided you meet all eligibility requirements as outlined on this page.

The summer tuition grant will show as a grant received on your summer 2017 tuition bill.

For the first three credit hours, you can take any course you’d like, including an online course, but to receive the automatic tuition grant on credit hours over three, you must take (a) course(s) with the following class prefixes:

College of Arts and Sciences
ANTH, ART, ARTH, ASL, BIOL, CHEM, CJ, COMM, ENGL, FREN, GEN, GEOG, GEOS, GERM, GLPH, HIST, HUM, JAPN, LALS, MATH, MILS, PAS, PEAC, PHIL, PHYS, PLAN, POLS, PSYC, SCHG, SOC, SPAN, TA, WGST

College of Education and Human Development
EDSP, EDTP, ELFH, HSS, SPAD

Yes, provided the student takes four or more credit hours, at least one of which is in the College of Arts & Sciences and/or the College of Education and Human Development.

Taking a course of three or more credit hours in another college/department will count toward the three credit-hour threshold needed to be eligible for the summer grant. However, only courses in A&S and/or Education are eligible for the tuition discount/summer grant.

No, Any in-person tuition that is already discounted less than in-state ($446) or out-of-state ($1,072) per credit hour rates is not eligible for the grant.

If the course is within the colleges of Arts & Sciences or Education, the summer grant will be applied toward one of the four credit hours.

If a course is dropped during the 100% tuition reduction deadline, the grant will be removed. If a course is dropped/withdrawn after the 100% tuition reduction deadline, the grant will be adjusted based on the percentage of tuition reduction for the course, if any.

Please see the list of prefixes above to identify eligible courses. If you’re still unsure if a class is eligible for the grant/discount, please contact your advisor, the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Education and Human Development, or the registrar’s office.

If you’ve already participated in orientation, you can register for classes via ULink (see registration process). If you’re a new transfer student and have not yet participated in orientation, please contact the Office of Admissions for assistance.

Yes—visiting students are eligible for the summer tuition grant, provided they meet all eligibility requirements as outlined on this page. Please reference the summer visitor information for details on how to take summer classes at UofL.

Online/distance education courses will count toward the first three credit hours needed to meet the criteria for the summer tuition grant. However, the summer grant will not be provided for online/distance education courses.

No. Only credit hours earned at UofL will count toward the summer tuition grant.

No. Only credit hours earned at the University of Louisville will count toward the three credit-hour threshold needed to be eligible for the summer tuition grant.

Current UofL students should contact their academic advisors. Visiting students should discuss registration with an advisor or dean at their home institution to determine transferability of credits.

No. All sessions/terms offered during summer 2017 are eligible.

*Reduced rate applies only to in-person courses in the College of Arts & Sciences and/or the College of Education and Human Development. Automatic tuition grant is not available for online courses or for courses taken in other colleges/departments. Students that currently receive full-tuition support are not eligible to receive the grant. Any in-person tuition that is already discounted less than in-state ($446) or out-of-state ($1,072) per credit hour rates is not eligible for the grant.

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