Summer Sessions Tuition Rates
Note: The rates below are final. The Summer Sessions tuition rate has always been discounted from the tuition rate charged during the academic year, and will not be discounted further because of the change in instructional format for summer 2020.
|Arts, Sciences and Engineering||Tuition Rate|
|Undergraduate students||$970 per credit hour|
|Undergraduate reading/research courses (39X)||$1,718 per credit hour|
|Graduate students||$1,718 per credit hour|
|Audit Fee||$190 per credit hour|
|Senior Citizen (age 60+) and Alumni Discounts||Discount Rate|
|Courses taken for credit||$250 off the course total|
|Courses taken as audit||$100 off the course total|
|Senior citizens who are also alumni|
|Courses taken for credit||$500 off the course total|
|Courses taken as audit||$250 off the course total|
The discounts above apply only to non-matriculated students and courses offered by the College (Arts, Sciences & Engineering) and the School of Medicine and Dentistry. The full listing of summer session tuition rates can be found on the Bursar’s Office website.
Matriculated students: You will be billed for your summer courses. The charges will appear on your next tuition bill following completed registration, usually sent to you between the 11th and 15th of each month.
Non-matriculated students: Payment for your courses is due in full immediately following confirmation of registration. Payments can be made by contacting the Bursar's Office directly. Credit cards are not accepted. If payment is not received no later than one week prior to the first day of class, you will be deregistered.
Tuition for Rochester Employees
University of Rochester employees may be eligible for tuition benefits. To determine what, if any, tuition benefits you are eligible for, please contact the Benefits Office at (585) 275-2084. If eligible, complete an employee tuition waiver and then proceed to register online. Employees will be billed for any remaining tuition not covered by the employee tuition waiver.
Loans are the primary type of aid available to help you pay for summer classes. Students can choose to borrow either a federal loan or a private student loan, while parents may borrow a federal PLUS loan.
In order to be eligible for a federal student or parent loan, a student must:
- Be enrolled for at least six credit hours over the course of the summer
- Have completed all application requirements to be considered for federal aid
- Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program
For information on how to apply, please visit the Office of Financial Aid.
Housing and Dining Costs
Summer housing rates can be found Office for Residential Life and Housing Services’ summer housing page.