There are six sessions offered during summer term. Courses are open to current students and non-degree seeking students.
Registration opens April 14, 2019
Registering for Summer Session classes is easy if you are a current student or admitted to OSU. All you will need is access to a computer with an internet connection. The schedule of classes and deadlines pages have detailed information regarding important deadlines for session and registration dates.
If Summer Session is your first time registering for classes at OSU, or if you would like some helpful tips, view the registration webpage.
A non-degree seeking student is an admissions classification for those individuals who are not fully admitted to Oregon State University as degree-seeking students at the time they register for classes. A non-degree status does not mean you are not seeking a degree elsewhere. These courses are regionally accredited and transcript visible and can be used at another institution for degree requirements. For complete details on how to apply for non-degree admission, visit the non-degree student admissions page.
Summer courses are offered at in-state tuition rates! Exceptions include degree-seeking students in specialized programs. Tuition rates applicable to Summer 2019 will be posted in April.
Student account statements are produced at the beginning of each month (e.g. July). Unpaid balances remaining after the 1st of the following month (e.g. August) become past due and will be assessed an interest charge. Past due balances may prevent future access to registration and transcripts. The Business Affairs website contains more information.
After you register, tuition and fees for summer classes will not be posted to student accounts until late June. Tuition and fees are charged based on the total number of credits for which you register during the entire summer term, not the number of credits during each individual session.
Purchase textbooks online through the OSU Beaver Store.
Central Oregon Community College
COCC students are served on campus by the COCC Campus Bookstore.
On-campus living provides you the greatest opportunity for academic success and enjoyment at OSU-Cascades. Summer residents live on the first floor of the residence hall, contracting on a flexible basis for a room and dining plan. The residence hall has a choice of room types, and feature suite-style bathrooms. Learn more.
Need help? Contact Enrollment Services at 541-322-3100.