- Get Ahead
- Stay on Course with Your Plan of Study
- Retake a Course
- Concentrate on One Course at a Time
- Graduate Early
Summer study is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of all your academic options at ETSU. You can delve into a course you've wanted to explore but did not have time to take during the regular semesters. You may stay on track for graduation, or get ahead in your course work. Do not let the convenience and benefits of ETSU Summer Sessions pass you by!
Click here for a list of our summer courses.
Summer Session FAQS
2023 ETSU Summer Sessions Dates:
- Pre-Session: May 15 -June 2
- Pre + Session 1: May 15 - July 7
- Full Session: May 15 - August 11
- Session 1: June 5 - July 7
- Dual Session: June 5 - August 11
- Session 2: July 10 - August 11
*Registration is now open. You may register up until the day before your class is set to begin. Specific information can be found in Goldlink. Please refer to Tuition and Fee payment calendar for payment deadlines.
Interested in Financial Aid for Summer?To determine financial aid eligibility (including Pell eligibility) for the upcoming summer, students must complete the current year FAFSA (June 30 application deadline). For more information regarding Summer Financial Aid click here. You may also contact the ETSU Office of Financial Aid at 423-439-4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in studying at ETSU as a visiting student during Summer?If you are a student currently enrolled at another institution and wish to take Summer Sessions courses from East Tennessee State University, you will need to complete the Visiting student application. Visiting students may apply here.