earn college credits and still have a summer vacation
The Tulane Summer School offers many sessions. Five and six-week sessions are available in both early and late summer, allowing you to take a course and still
have time for a summer vacation.
Tuition for non-School of Continuing Studies courses during the 2013 summer is $2,997 per three-credit course, approximately a thousand dollars less than tuition
during the spring and fall semesters. Tuition for School of Continuing Studies students is $936 per three-credit course. The flexibility of daytime and evening classes
also allows you to schedule courses around a summer job. Reily Student Recreation Center membership is discounted for summer students.
take that hard-to-get course
Courses that fill up early during the academic year are often easier to get into during the summer. Sign up for those popular courses essential for your major, explore
new subjects for personal enrichment, or try a course that might open new career opportunities.
enroll in more courses
Since the summer sessions are not considered a semester, the usual rule limiting School of Continuing Studies students to 13 credit hours does not apply. However, students
are discouraged from taking more than two courses in any one session. Consult your academic adviser if you have any questions.