Looking to get ahead? Need a prerequisite class for grad school? Want to fill in a gap on your transcript?
You can register for a variety of classes to fulfill your undergrad major requirements, meet elective units, or transfer credits back to your home institution. Select classes will be offered as hybrid or online.
Summer School Dates
Session 1: May 6 – June 7
Session 2: June 10 – July 12
Tuition Per Unit
Start of Priority Pre-Registration for Summer School for Current Students
Current PLNU Students
To register for summer school courses, please log in to your student portal and select “Registration.”
Start of Priority Pre-Registration for Summer School for Current Students: January 21
If you were cleared for spring registration, you are pre-cleared for summer registration. If you have questions, you should still seek help, but you do not need further advisor clearance to register for summer school. Make sure you take care of any "holds" on your student account prior to attempting to register; then you can register in your student portal.
The housing application will open at the end of April in the same location as the housing application for the academic year on your student portal.
Summer housing is available for current and returning PLNU students only. Traditional summer housing will continue to be in Young Hall. The off-campus Colony Apartments will be available for students in research programs.
Students working 25+ hours a week in qualified campus employment receive free housing for the duration of the summer employment season.
Per-Week Room Rate: $196
For more details and important dates, please visit the Residential Life & Housing summer information page.
Summer school is not available for students who have been admitted to PLNU for fall 2019.
Not a Current PLNU Student?
Registering for summer school classes at PLNU is simple. Just fill out our special summer school admissions application (registration begins January 28).
Students who are in high school or who are graduating high school the same summer they plan to take classes at PLNU must send in an unofficial copy of their high school transcripts with their application. A cumulative weighted grade point average of at least 3.5 is required to attend PLNU's summer program.
Due to on-campus space limitation, we aren't able to offer housing to non-PLNU students during the summer. Please plan on other housing arrangements.
If you're planning on taking any upper division courses at PLNU, please be prepared to submit your unofficial transcripts after your application has been processed.
Are you a former PLNU student, hoping to re-enroll to complete your degree? Please submit your application for re-admission.
Student Success and Wellness
Tutorial Services and the Wellness Center offer students academic support services throughout the summer. The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Register with the Disability Resource Center by May 4.