Current WashU Undergraduate Students

Summer 2022 will operate under the same assumptions for course delivery as this past academic year, with a full return to in-person learning. Physical distancing, density, and masking requirements in on-campus spaces will follow the most current university guidelines. Learn more about the WashU COVID-19 Response and Recovery.


As a WashU undergraduate, summer is one of the best times to experience St. Louis! Why not stay around and take advantage of what summer can do for you? Whether you use this focused time to help complete your degree requirements or explore new subject matter - A&S Summer Session is here to help you achieve your academic goals.

We offer you flexibility by organizing four unique sessions that work around your schedule. We know that you want to maximize your summer, which is why you can enroll in summer courses while also maintaining a job, internship, conducting lab research, or designating time to travel.

Summer Session Timeline

Course Browsing Opens

View course offerings and details starting Monday, February 7, 2022.

Course Registration Opens

Officially enroll in any of our 150+ summer course options beginning Wednesday, March 30, 2022.

Summer Session I Begins

Session I is a 3-week session from May 23 - June 10.

Summer Sessions II & III Begin

Session II is a 5-week session from June 13 - July 15. Session III is an 8-week session from June 13 - August 5.

Summer Session IV Begins

Session IV is a 5-week session from July 18 - August 18.

Summer 2022 Registration Details

Review information about Summer Session dates, tuition, fees, and more.

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Let Your Curiosity Lead The Way

WashU Undergraduate Students may select from more than 100 Arts & Sciences courses to accelerate their major, get ahead with core requirements, or explore a new subject.

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Ready to Register?

Current students who are ready to register for summer courses may do so in WebSTAC beginning March 30.

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Explore these resources to guide you through your summer at WashU.

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