Do more with your summer at Hofstra University! Summer students – visiting students included – can expect the same benefits as they enjoy during the fall and spring semesters – flexible course schedules; distinguished faculty; state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and fitness facilities; residential hall and dining options; and exceptional technology and resources. In addition, on-campus jobs are available to students during the summer. Hofstra summer offerings are designed with you and your schedule in mind. Complete a distribution requirement in just one week. Practice your Italian in Sorrento, Italy. After class, relax at beautiful Jones Beach or enjoy a concert at its Nikon Theater. See more, think more, learn more … this summer at Hofstra University.
May 22-August 23, 2013 SS I: May 22-June 25 | SS II: June 27-August 1 | SSIII: August 5-23
Study Abroad Hofstra offers you the opportunity to earn credits while experiencing new cultures, people and traditions. Our study abroad options inspire both academic and personal growth. See more this summer.
Distance Learning Learn from Hofstra's exceptional faculty from the comforts of your own home, on your own time. Take a class this summer, and do more than you thought possible.
Graduate Education Summer Workshops In less than two weeks, graduate students can complete education program requirements, and get one stop closer to graduation! Prepare more this summer.
Visiting undergraduate students may complete this application before registering for summer classes. This applies to high school seniors as well.
New fall semester undergraduate first-year and transfer students complete this application before registering for summer classes.
To register in person, visit the Office of Student Financial Services (SFS), located in 206 Memorial Hall, South Campus.
Summer housing is available to current Hofstra students - even if you are not taking a summer class. Complete and return this Summer Session Housing application to apply.
If you are interested in taking classes as a non-matriculated graduate student, please fill out this application and submit it to the Office of Graduate Admissions. Non-matriculated graduate students may take up to 12 credits, and these credits may be used for personal or professional development, as prerequisites for advanced study, or be applied toward a degree in the future. Please note: Students may not take non-matriculated classes in the Zarb School of Business, counseling masters, psychology Ph.D., or Psy.D. programs.
Attend a Summer Enrollment Service Day, and we'll help you register! SFS offers the following Summer Enrollment Service Days:
Summer Session I: Monday, May 20
Summer Session II: Wednesday, June 26
Summer Session III: Thursday, August 1
Summer Loan Request
Please complete the appropriate form below and submit it to Student Financial Services located at 206 Memorial Hall after you have filed the 2013-2014 FAFSA.
Summer 2013 Loan Request Form Use this form if you are NOT graduating in August 2013 or December 2013 or if you are enrolled in Summer Session I and another Summer Session.
Summer/Fall 2013 Loan Request Form Use this form ONLY if you are graduating in August 2013 or December 2013 or if you are ONLY enrolled in the First Summer Session (SSI) which begins on May 20, 2013.
More Summer Programs
High School This summer, Hofstra offers many options for driven high school students. Explore our opportunities in science research, journalism, documentary filmmaking, broadcasting, and writing.
Youth Hofstra Summer Camps and Saturday Classes for Young People, our summer youth programming, are designed to challenge and inspire children of all ages.