Tuition and Fees
Summer Session courses carry a tuition fee of $5,000 per CC Unit, with variable program fees. Students who live on campus are responsible for room and board charges. More meal plan and rooming information can be found on the Summer Session Room and Board page.
|Tuition||Program Fee||Single Room||Double Room||Meal Plan A||Meal Plan B||Meal Plan C|
Students who are interested in applying for financial aid can find more information about the process on the Summer Session Financial Aid page. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Colorado College undergraduate is eligible for one Wild Card usage. The Wild Card is equal to one unit of Summer Session tuition ($5,000) and is automatically applied to your student account. The Wild Card is available if the student has met the following requirements:
- Available upon completion of one semester at CC.
- Must be preregistered for the following year at CC.
- Students expecting to graduate in May or August are not eligible to use their Wild Card
- Must be used before all requirements for graduation have been met.
- Automatically applied to first Summer Session course, and is non-transferable
- All course drop penalties apply when using the Wild Card.
- Does not apply to program fees.
- May not be used for independent study courses.
Dropping a Course
For off-campus Summer Session course add/drop/transfer and cancellation information,see the Center for Global Education and Field Study webpages.
- Notifying your professor does not release you from financial obligations; while courteous, it does not withdraw you from your course.
- Students can drop their course through Banner up until 3 weeks before the Block begins
- After this period, the Drop function will no longer be available in Banner and students must go to the Registrar's Office to withdraw from their course
- Any charges will be based on the date the Registrar's Office dropped the course registration.
- See below for drop dates and related fees.
Course Cancellations by Summer Session Office
- On-campus courses that do not meet the minimum enrollment requirement three weeks prior to the start of the course will be cancelled.
- If a course is cancelled, Summer Session will notify enrolled students by email.
- If you are enrolled in a cancelled course, you may transfer any paid tuition to another course or receive a refund of any tuition paid.
Tuition Penalties for Dropping On-Campus Courses
Dropping an on-campus Summer Session course without replacing it with another course.
Up to 3 weeks prior to course start date
Block A: Up until May 6th
Block B: Up until June 1st
|Not charged, refunded if paid|
3 weeks prior up to the 3rd day of block
Block A: Within the period of May 7th - May 29th
Block B: Within the period of June 2nd - June 24th
|30% tuition charged|
After the 3rd day of Block
Block A: After May 29th
Block B: After June 24th
|100% tuition charged|
Transferring from one Summer Session Course to another (Drop, Add Different Course)
|Course Drop with Add||Tuition Penalties|
|Same number units of credit||Not charged if transferred to new course|
Fewer number units of credit
|30% tuition charged on difference in units dropped and not replaced|
Auditing Summer Courses
The designation of "Audit" is a registration status used when students officially register for a class without earning a letter grade or credit. Audit courses are subject to full tuition and fees.
Students may register for a summer class on an audit basis only when space is available and only with the permission of the instructor and Director of Summer Session. Students who receive permission to audit a course are expected to attend classes regularly and complete assigned readings. Other requirements regarding participation are to be agreed upon by the instructor and Director of Summer Session.
No audited courses can be counted toward a degree. They cannot be paid for with financial aid or the Wild Card.
All students attending and participating in a course must be officially registered. No provisions for students to merely “sit-in” on summer courses are made and attendance without payment of fees is prohibited.