Summer Session at Morgan State University

Summer Session at The National Treasure offers the same uniquely customizable experience and course instruction that Morgan students benefit from during our traditional Fall and Spring semesters.

Summer Session 2021 will be conducted virtually and administered exclusively online. Whether you're an incoming student aspiring to get a head start or simply interested in continuing education to boost your employability, our virtual course instruction provides the greatest flexibility and conveniences for today's connected, on-the-go student.

As we continue operating the same remote instruction adopted this Spring due to COVID-19, Morgan is prepared to deliver uninterrupted course delivery employing a variety of easy-to-use distance learning platforms on your way to earning credits in our 4-week Summer Session.

Interested? If you want to get an early start or maximize your time to get ahead, Morgan State University Online Summer Session 2021 is for you!

The Summer Session provides students from Morgan and other colleges and universities additional opportunities to earn credits toward their degrees outside of the traditional school year. Morgan currently offers daytime and evening, online undergraduate and graduate courses during both Summer Sessions. The credits received during these sessions are equivalent to credits earned during the traditional semesters.

Summer Session I

Registration Opens - TBA
Classes Begin - Monday, June 4, 2021
Late Registration (Add/Drop) - TBA
Last Day to Drop with a "W": TBA
Classes End - TBA
Final Exams: TBA
Grades Are Due/Term End: Friday, July 2, 2021

Summer Session II

Registration Opens - TBA
Classes Begin - Monday, July 12, 2021
Late Registration (Add/Drop) - TBA
‚ÄčLast Day to Drop with a "W": TBA
Classes End - TBA
Final Exams - TBA
Grades are Due/Term Ends: Friday, August 6, 2021

Please Note: The last day to apply for admission to Morgan State University for

Summer Session I will be approximately May 23, 2021 and July 2, 2021 for Summer Session II.


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