- Graduate sooner than scheduled.
- Lighten your load in fall and spring.
- Enhance your versatility with knowledge in new content areas.
- Add a certificate to your professional portfolio.
Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Summer Session lets you take classes from anywhere your summer takes you! We offer a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate courses to help you achieve your goals. Convenient, online delivery of many courses makes it easy to take classes from anywhere your summer takes you.
Minnesota State system students — log in to eServices to register.
Summer housing is affordable and flexible. Pay only for the days you stay with a daily rate or two-month options. Summer housing is in West Snarr Hall and John Neumaier apartments. No prepayment is required for summer housing.
It’s easy for anyone to take summer classes – current and future MSUM students, high school students, students from other colleges or community members. Summer Session helps you catch up, get ahead or get done more quickly.
Courses are offered in flexible three-, four-, five-, six- and eight-week sessions from May 19 - July 30. Morning start times vary, with afternoon and evening classes usually starting around 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. respectively. This year’s course schedule offers more than 400 courses, including many LASC and writing-intensive courses.
We know you have summer plans, which is why about 75 percent of summer offerings will be offered completely or mostly online. But remember, summer courses are accelerated and require a substantive time commitment and effort.
The flexibility of Summer Session provides you the opportunity to balance other summer obligations while advancing your educational goals, such as preparing for an internship or jump starting the next academic year.
MSUM offers affordable in-state tuition for students residing in North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Depending on the course, additional fees may be assessed.
2021 Summer Session Planner
Free Add/Drop dates for Summer Session is 5 business days from the course begin day.
If you drop a course after the free drop deadline, it will show as a “W” withdrawal on your academic record and you will be financially responsible for the course.
- May 19 - June 9
- June 17 - July 8
- July 12 - July 30
- May 19 - June 17
- June 28 - July 26
- May 19 - June 23
- May 20 - July 1
- May 19 - July 13
- June 8 - July 30
- May 19 - July 30