Confirmation of Enrollment
All registered students MUST confirm their enrollment via BU Brain Self Service. Students who fail to confirm enrollment by the specified date will be dropped from the course(s) for which they have registered.
Deadline to confirm enrollment:
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 by 3:30 pm
Looking to get ahead in your studies? Satisfy your Gen Ed requirements? Need to make up a course? Complete pre-professional requirements? Explore special interests or take that special class? Whatever your academic goals may be, Summer Session can help you reach them.
The 2018 Summer Session — running from May 29 through August 3 — offers both traditionally-taught and distance-learning courses during one five-week term in May through June (Term I) and another five-week term in July through August (Term II). Courses of variable length and start/end dates are also offered throughout the entire summer (Term III). Student housing is available to all registered students (except College Link students) during the Summer Session.
Take a closer look at the Summer Session courses we offer; you're sure to find a number of courses — among the many available — that satisfies your needs. Once you find something that piques your interest, explore our pages on Admission, Registration, Payment/Tuition, and Academic Information. You may also find our Summer Session Calendar helpful, along with information on ID Cards, Parking, Housing and Meals.
Students attending and in good standing at other colleges or universities who wish to take credit-bearing courses at Binghamton University during Summer Session may apply as a visiting student. For an application or information on how to apply.
Are you a high-school student entering junior or senior year?
Binghamton Summer College (BSC) is a fantastic way to get a preview of college life, delve into interesting topics taught by professors, gain insight and advice about the college admission process, and participate in just-for-fun activities.
This pre-college program provides an early college experience for academically talented high-school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year.
High school students may enroll in traditionally-taught or distance-learning summer courses through Binghamton University's College Link program. Students outside the local area are limited to distance-learning courses only. Housing is not provided for College Link students during the Summer Session. Learn more about College Link here.