Hofstra University

Summer Experience

Summer Session 2021 offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses for continuing Hofstra students, as well as visiting students. Each session provides the opportunity for in-person classes and online learning, so you can make the most of your summer and still stay on track with classes.

Registration is now open!

Course Offerings

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and to keep our community safe and healthy while allowing students to further advance their studies, Summer Session offerings have changed. Please view our updated summer offerings, below.

In all summer sessions, for international students who are not in the United States, synchronous classes will be taped and made available to students in different time zones.

As always, public health guidelines and the health of our community will guide our decision-making, and in-person classes may need to be converted to remote instruction.

Summer Session I

May 25 - June 29

Summer Session II

June 30 - August 4

Summer Session III

August 9 - 27

As always, public health guidelines and the health of our community will guide our decision-making, and in-person classes may need to be converted to remote instruction.

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Registration Information

Please note, all Hofstra and non-Hofstra Study Abroad programs have been canceled. We continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 in our community and around the world, and will provide information for future Study Abroad programming as soon as possible.

CONTINUING HOFSTRA STUDENTS

Continuing Hofstra students may register via the Hofstra portal.

VISITING, FIRST-YEAR, and TRANSFER STUDENTS

Please complete the Hofstra University Undergraduate Visiting Student Application prior to registering, and email to applicationupdate@hofstra.edu or call 516-463-6700.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

If you are interested in taking classes as a nonmatriculated graduate student, please fill out this application and submit it to the Office of Graduate Admission. Nonmatriculated 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 nonmatriculated classes in the Zarb School of Business, counseling master's, psychology PhD, or PsyD programs.

Summer Loan Information

Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services regarding any loan requirements or inquiries.

Questions?

More Summer Programs

High School

High School Programs

Hofstra offers many options for driven high school students. Explore amazing opportunities in science research, broadcasting, and writing.

Youth

Youth

Hofstra Summer Camps and Saturday Classes for Young People are designed to challenge and inspire children of all ages.