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Office of Summer Session, Winter Session & Special Programs

Visiting Student Information

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Please Note: The last days to apply for admission to Morgan State University for Summer Session I and Summer Session II will be in late May and late June 2024 respectively. The application will be available starting in mid-March 2024.

Visiting students must apply for admission and be admitted before registering for classes. Students who are already degree-seeking students at Morgan State University may simply log in to WebSIS to register--they do not need to submit an application. Students who have been granted admission for the Fall term can enroll in the Summer Session but they must complete the below application form in order to be granted admission for the Summer Session.

Visiting students at the undergraduate level should apply for admission using this DocuSign form (if the form is not active, we are not yet processing visiting student applications for the upcoming term).

Visiting students applying for admission at the graduate level, must contact the Office of Graduate Studies for instructions.

Once you have been admitted to Morgan State University as a visiting student, please refer to the information in your admission letter to access orientation materials. If you are having issues with either your username or password, please refer to this Technology FAQ or contact our Service Desk (443-885-4357 or Go to to access email, WebSIS (the registration and payment system), and Canvas (the online learning management system).

Visiting students may wish to view this instructional video to learn how to register for classes once they have been admitted to Morgan. You may also wish to watch this instructional video describing how to pay your tuition and fees.

If you are a visiting student and need assistance with an override or a hold, please contact the Office of Summer Session, Winter Session and Special Programs.

Your residency status (and thus your tuition rate) is determined according to the information you provide in your application form and the Residency Policy set forth by the Board of Regents. If you believe your residency classification is incorrect, please contact us to request a review.