Don't lose momentum on earning your degree: Make the summer break work for you by taking courses at the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
UMSL offers a robust catalog of summer courses thoughtfully developed and taught by expert faculty and supported by our professional eLearning staff. Whether you're looking to get a step closer to your degree, earn transfer credit or just want to learn something new, we offer hundreds of summer courses to meet your needs. Our 4-, 8-, and 12-week sessions begin in May.
Session I: 05/16/2022 - 06/11/2022
Session II: 06/13/2022 - 07/09/2022
Session III: 07/11/2022 - 08/06/2022
Session IV: 05/16/2022 - 07/09/2022
Session V: 06/13/2022 — 08/06/2022
Session VI: 05/16/2022 - 08/06/2022
If you're currently enrolled as a student at UMSL, summer registration is a breeze. Students can register in myView. Note that your degree program may require you to meet with an academic advisor virtually prior to registering for classes.
A visiting student is someone who is currently enrolled at another university, has completed at least one college semester, and plans to return to that university in the fall. Visiting students are not required to submit an application fee or transcripts. At the end of the session, students must request that their grades be reported by transcript to their respective schools. This option is only for undergraduate students and financial aid is not available. Visiting students may need to submit a transcript if a particular course requires proof of a pre-requisite.
NOTE: Students at MU, UMKC and Missouri S&T do not need to apply...you can register for summer courses directly from your campus student portal.
Students enrolled at other four-year universities or community colleges may transfer to UMSL during the summer semester. Applicants with 24 or more transferable, college credit hours at the time of application need only submit official transcripts from the universities where they have earned credit. Those with fewer than 24 hours will also need to submit high school transcripts reflecting composite ACT scores.
A lifelong learner is someone who is interested in taking classes for personal or professional development, but not wanting a degree from UMSL. To get started, complete the application for admission and mark "non-degree-seeking". Non-degree-seeking students are not required to submit transcripts. Admission applies only for that particular semester. Students may need to submit a transcript if a particular course requires proof of a pre-requisite.
If you need help with your application, please contact the Office of Admissions at (314) 516-5451 or email email@example.com . If you need help with registration, please contact the Registrar's Office at (314) 516-5545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
UMSL knows online education. In fact, our online degree programs are ranked in the top 15% in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
Choosing our online course options gives you access to UMSL’s Online Mentor Program, a free resource designed to help you enhance your learning experience, develop strategies for academic success and gain assistance with course navigation. The flexibility of our courses allow you to balance your studies, work and family as you pursue your higher education goals.
U.S. News and World Report ranked UMSL 1st in Missouri and among the top 15 percent nationally for the best online bachelor's programs.
More than 94% of UMSL’s most recent graduates are employed, volunteering or continuing in higher education post-graduation.
UMSL boasts the largest alumni network in the St. Louis region, including more than 75,000 graduates who live and work in the area. That means connections.
The University of Missouri–St. Louis is the largest public research university located in Missouri’s most populous and economically important region. UMSL provides high-quality, affordable education to one of the most diverse student bodies in the state. No university is better connected to the surrounding region than UMSL.