When can I register for summer courses?

Registration for summer courses begins on Tuesday, January 23, 2018. The last day to register for any course during the Full, First, or Middle Summer Session is May 22, 2018. The last day to register for any course during the Second Summer Session is July 3, 2018. Please click here for other important Summer Session dates.

How long is the summer session?

There are 4 different sessions offered during the summer. Full Summer Session is May 21, 2018 - August 6, 2018; First Summer Session is May 21, 2018 - June 25, 2018; Middle Summer Session is May 21, 2018 - July 17, 2018; and Second Summer Session is July 2, 2018 - August 6, 2018. Please refer to the Summer Academic Calendar for more information.

Do I need to meet with an advisor before I register for summer courses?

Current NJIT students are expected to meet with an advisor before they register for any summer courses. They should also obtain the appropriate course registration permits (if any) from the academic department. Visiting/non-matriculated students and other non-current NJIT students should consult with the Office of University Admissions first (Dimana Neykova, Coordinator of Summer/Winter Enrollment & On-Campus Recruitment Events, 973-596-5224, neykova@njit.edu).

Are online courses offered?

Yes, online courses are designated as such in the course schedule.

Is attendance required?

Yes, attendance is mandatory unless otherwise specified by faculty.

Is there a maximum number of credits I can take as a visiting/non-matriculated student?

Non-matriculated students are limited to a total of 9 graduate credits or 15 undergraduate credits. Once these limits are reached, students are expected to enroll in a degree program if they want to continue their studies at NJIT.

When is the bill due?

Tuition is due on the Wednesday before the first day of summer classes. For more information, please contact the Bursar Office.

Can I receive financial aid for courses I take during the summer?

Please click here for summer financial aid details.

Is there a payment option for courses taken during the summer?

Payment plans are available. If payment deferment is needed until the beginning of the fall semester, please contact the Bursar Office.

Does tuition for the Summer Session differ from regular tuition?

Tuition and fees do differ for the summer sessions. Please review detailed information here.

Can I audit a course?

Students who wish to audit a course must state their intention to do so at the time of registration. Change in auditing status is not permitted once the session has begun. Students who audit are required to pay full tuition and fees for the course. Audited courses are not counted in determining full-time status. Students on probation are not permitted to audit. Please click here for information on tuition and fees.

What happens if I do not attend the class I registered for?

The last day to receive a 100% refund is May 22, 2018 for courses beginning in the Full, First, and Middle Summer Sessions and July 3, 2018 for courses beginning in the Second Summer Session. Please refer to the Summer Academic Calendar for other important dates.

Can I get a refund if I withdraw from a course?

Yes. Students will receive a 100% refund if the course is dropped by the withdrawal date. Click here for withdrawal deadlines and other important Summer Session dates.

If I withdraw from a course, will a "W" appear on my transcript?

If you withdraw from a class on or before the withdrawal date, you will receive a “W”. Withdrawals after the withdrawal deadline will receive a grade of "F". For more information on withdrawals deadlines and other important Summer Session dates, please refer to the Summer Academic Calendar.

Where can I get my reading list/syllabus for my class?

Students can obtain class information by logging onto the Highlander Pipeline or contacting the assigned faculty. Assigned faculty information can be found on Moodle or in the course schedule.

How do I obtain my grades at the end of the Summer Session? What about a transcript?

Final grades will be posted on the Highlander Pipeline. For a transcript request, please go here.

Can I live in the residence halls during the summer?

Yes. For summer housing information, please contact Residence Life or visit Summer Housing.

What courses are being offered?

Please click here for courses offered during the Summer Session.

What happens to my GPA if I take a course for the second time?

An NJIT student may take a single course no more than four times at NJIT and/or another institution, including withdrawals. If an undergraduate course is repeated at NJIT, then the lowest of the grades is excluded in computation of the cumulative GPA and all other grades are included. All grades are shown on the student's transcript.

What if a course I want to register for is closed?

Closed courses require approval from the respective academic department. Please contact that department for permission to enroll in the closed course. In the meantime, going on the registration waitlist is highly recommended.

Where can I park on campus?

There is no need to register your vehicle for on-campus parking during the summer months. You may use your existing NJIT Photo Identification Card to access most parking lot gates. Visiting students can access the Parking Deck (located at 154 Summit Street) by using the intercom button which is located on the card access panel. Visiting students are not issued NJIT Photo IDs.