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Summer School 2017

Don’t wait to graduate. Take a couple of summer classes to speed up your graduation date. Choose from a variety of courses in your major, which will help you catch up or get ahead.

Not looking to complete a degree? No problem. Summer School is also an ideal time for students who are not seeking a degree to take a class to sharpen career skills or earn credits that can transfer to your home school.

Summer classes at Bowie State are convenient. You can take them in person, online or in a hybrid format (a blend of in-person and online learning). You can earn up to seven credits per session.

Choose from three summer sessions:

  • Session I: May 30 - July 3 (5 weeks)
  • Session II: July 5 - August 8 (5 weeks)
  • Full Session: May 30 - August 8 (10 weeks)

Be sure to register for Session I (or Session III) by Wednesday, June 3. You can register for Session II until Wednesday, July 8.

Summer Course Schedules

The Summer School 2017 course listings can be viewed on the University's Bulldog Connection page.  The link to the page is:

How to Register

Current Bowie State University Students

  • Meet with your academic or department advisor.
  • Register for courses on Bulldog Connection.
  • Pay tuition and fees.

Visiting or Non-degree Students

Payment Information and Financial Aid

Payment for Summer School courses is due at the time of registration. The tuition and fees are listed in the Tuition and Fee Schedule

Financial aid is limited for Summer School. Current Bowie State students must complete the Summer 2017 Application Form, after registration for summer classes.  Financial aid funds obtained for the 2017-2018 school year cannot be used to pay for courses taken during the Summer School 2017.

Please take guidance from the Summer 2017 Refund Withdrawal Schedule when deciding on dropping or withdrawing from a course.  This schedule will specify the dates for dropping or withdrawing from a course and will provide information on refunds associated with dropping or withdrawing from a course during Summer School.

Have questions? Contact the Office of Continuing Education at 301-860-3991 or