Summer 2017 Registration

Registration for classes during the summer terms is optional, therefore, the process to do so differs from the other enrollment terms.  Graduate School students will be made eligible to enroll by the Office of the University Registrar. All other students must request summer enrollment through the registration section of DukeHub. For more information on the registration process please read the following documentation.

Drop/add (dropping one class and adding another class in its place) may be done prior to the beginning of the term or during the first three days of the term. There are no financial charges for dropping and adding, as long as no reduction in course load takes place after 12:01 a.m. on the day that classes begin for that term. A reduction in course load after the term begins, however, will result in the assessment of a $150 withdrawal fee per course. Currently enrolled Duke students must use DukeHubto drop and add; all other students must contact the Summer Session office.

Information for the Summer 2017 Session

  • The Schedule of Classes for all Summer 2017 Terms will be available for review on February 13, 2017. Bookbagging for summer courses begins on this same date.
  • Registration for summer courses begins on Monday, February 20, 2017 at 12:00:01 AM.

Undergraduates: There will be a limited number of four-week intensive courses to be offered during Summer 2017 Term I and Summer 2017 Term II. Students may enroll in only one four-week intensive course per term. Students may not enroll in a four-week intensive course and a six-week traditional course within the same term. Four-week intensive courses are identified on the Schedule of Classes with an “M” to the right of the section number (e.g. 01M). The Academic Calendar for four-week intensive courses and six-week courses can be found here. A listing of the projected course offerings for Summer 2017 can be found here

Exam Schedule for the Summer 2017 Session

The Exam Schedule for the Summer 2017 Session has been posted.