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Summer 2017 Course Offerings

Welcome to summer at Trent University, where we offer a variety of courses either on campus or online. Summer is a great time for a Trent experience, whether you are new, returning or studying for credit at another institution.

A tentative list of courses running this summer has now been created by each depsrtment, please check each location to see which courses may be of interest to you:

Peterborough

Durham

Online

George Brown College

 

 

Video Transcript

Choose from two campuses: Enjoy the convenience of our Durham Thornton Road Campus or the breathtaking scenery of our riverside campus in Peterborough.

Study online: Earn credits towards your degree from wherever you are this summer.

When planning your summer courses please go to the Financial Aid website (to ensure your continuing eligibility to receive OSAP).

 

2017SU Academic Dates

 

12-week term
(full-credit courses)
S12

6-week term
(full- and half-credit courses)
S61

6-week term
(full- and half-credit courses)
S62

Final date for all students to register on myTrent

May 4

May 4

June 19

Classes begin (week of)

May 4

May 4

June 19

Final date to submit applications for in-course bursaries

May 15

May 15

July 15

Final date to add courses

May 18

May 11

June 26

Final date for withdrawal from courses—after this date students remain registered in courses and receive final grades

June 20

May 30

July 13

Final date to submit appeals for in-course bursaries
June 15
June 15
August 15

Classes end

July 27

June 14

July 27

Examination period

July 28-31

June 15-18

July 28-31

 

**Please check the Tuition Fees page for the refund schedule.

Course overload for the Summer session:
Full-time and part-time eligible students may register in up to 2.0 credits overall in the Summer session. A full load in a sixweek term is 1.0 credit. Students with an academic status of Good Standing may enrol in up to 1.5 credits in one six-week term. Students wishing to take more than 1.5 credits in one six-week term must submit a petition to the Committee on Undergraduate Petitions.

Notes:
• The maximums do not apply where a program’s planned curriculum requires that students take an additional load.
• Upon registration, students are responsible for making themselves aware of the academic and financial obligations and deadlines associated with each course.

 


 

Get answers to your questions. For more information on summer courses contact: