Summer Sessions I and II Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
Tuition and Fees
- Tuition rate is $450 per credit hour, $50 registration fee for each summer session and $20 technology fee for each summer session.
Summer courses dropped before the term begins will be refunded at 100%. All drops processed after the term begins will be subject to the appropriate summer refund policy.
Specific refund questions should be directed to the Office of Student Accounts, 812-488-2565.
One week course or shorter Drop any time 100% Charge Two, three or four week courses Drop during first day 25% Charge Drop thereafter 100% Charge Five, six or seven week courses Drop during first week 25% Charge Drop during second week 50% Charge Drop thereafter 100% Charge Eight or nine week courses Drop during first week 25% Charge Drop during second week 50% Charge Drop during third week 75% Charge Drop thereafter 100% Charge Ten-week courses Drop during first week 10% Charge Drop during second week 25% Charge Drop during third week 50% Charge Drop during fourth week 75% Charge Drop thereafter 100% Charge
- Financial aid is not available to non-degree special students. Only UE students in degree-seeking programs are eligible for summer financial aid.
- The types of summer aid are indicated below. Information on all of these is available from the Office of Financial Aid (OFA), 812-488-2364. In all cases, except for student employment, a Preliminary Summer Aid Application should be completed indicating the courses and enrollment plan for summer and returned to the OFA by March 30, 2013.
- Current UE students taking summer courses will be considered for the Federal Direct Stafford Loan if remaining eligibility exists from the 2012-13 year. In general, students must be planning to take 6 total credits over the summer term(s) for this loan. Summer is a trailer in the UE academic year and remaining student loan eligibility is determined based upon how much eligibility was used during the preceding fall and spring semesters.
- Another option is the Federal Parent Loan (PLUS) which is based upon the credit of the parent of the student and can be used for summer, irrespective of any amount borrowed during 2012-13. A new credit check will be required, however, for any summer PLUS loan.
- A third option is a private educational loan. These loans are also based upon credit and often require a credit-worthy co-signer. Information about private loans is available on studentlendinganalytics.com
- Students receiving veteran’s benefits should plan to speak with Hilary Morales, the Veteran’s Benefits Coordinator, in the OFA for counseling regarding VA benefits.
- Student athletes on full basketball scholarships, employee dependents, and employees planning use tuition remission may use such aid for summer classes.
- Summer employment on campus requires a separate application, which is available in the OFA. Enrollment in summer courses is NOT REQUIRED to be considered for summer employment.