Summer at the iSchool

Summer at the iSchool at Syracuse University offers a broad range of options for students and working professionals, for graduates and undergraduates alike. Classes are available online, on-campus and as hybrids, and in six-week sessions, extended sessions and condensed sessions. Summer at the iSchool course topics include information security, digital forensics, applied data science, information visualization, information policy, data mining, and more.

Helen Benning Regnier Summer Institute

Gateway courses will be accessible online through Blackboard (SU's LMS) on FRIDAY, JUNE 17 and remain open throughout the residency. It is important that preliminary work, including readings and assignments, be completed prior to arriving on campus for the residency portion of gateway courses.

Residency Week II consists of additional courses available to all Master's students. 

2016 Summer Sessions

  • Maymester: May 16 – May 27
  • Combined Session: May 23 – August 12
  • Summer Session I: May 23 – July 1
  • Summer Session II: July 5 – August 12
  • Residency Week I: July 9 – July 16
  • Residency Week II: July 18 – July 22

Course start and end times may vary within the dates for each session. Check individual course listings for details.

Summer Registration

Registration for 2016 Maymester and Summer courses begins on March 17. Review course offerings now through the Class Schedule. Students should register early as classes fill up fast.

Both current and newly admitted students may register for Summer courses in MySlice. For instructions on how to register in MySlice, visit the Registrar's How Do I Register? page. Students may also contact University College directly with registration questions at 315-443-9378, or by visiting the Summer at Syracuse website.

For student loan eligibility, enrollment of at least six credits per semester is required. All sessions listed above are considered summer semester.

Housing & Parking

On campus housing and nearby hotels are available during residency weeks. Temporary parking permits and paid lot parking is available as well. For more information on arranging housing and parking during your planned residency course, visit the Residency Weeks webpage.

Questions? Contact:

Sheila Clifford-BovaSheila Clifford Bova

Student Services Office Manager

114 Hinds Hall


Vicky WilliamsVicky Williams

Director of Online Education

206 Hinds Hall