About Summer Session 2014
Start planning now to study at Loyola University Chicago in Summer 2014!
|*Early Summer Session||May 19 - June 13 (four weeks)|
|Summer Session A||May 19 - June 27 (six weeks)|
|Summer Session B||June 30- August 8 (six weeks)|
|Summer Session C||June 2 - July 25 (eight weeks)|
*Please note that we offer only a few courses during the Early Session.
Loyola offers more courses and sections so you can do more with your summer education plans. And, Loyola's world-class location puts you in the heart of Chicago, where you can experience even more summer fun!
Courese, Schedules, and Registration
- Course information is now available to help you select the classes that are right for you.
- Summer registration starts on February 10, 2014 for Loyola students and February 14 for visiting students.
- Loyola offers a range of summer study abroad options.
New Loyola Students
Visiting Students and Prospective Undergraduates
Visiting students and prospective undergraduates are required to apply to Loyola prior to registration for Summer Sessions. The Summer Sessions application is now available.
Admitted Transfer Students for Fall 2014
Admitted transfer students interested in enrolling in summer courses should contact Undergraduate Admissions for more information. Please call 800-262-2373 or visit Undergraduate Admissions.
Graduate and Professional Students
Prospective students who would like more information about graduate or professional summer study should complete our online request form.
Continuting Loyola Students
Current Loyola students are not required to complete an application for Summer Sessions.
Number of Credit Hours Permitted
Undergraduate students may enroll up to eight credit hours at any one time. (Therefore, students should note that some sessions overlap in dates and consider this registration carefully in planning summer schedules.) A current Loyola University student who wishes to apply for an exception to this rule should contact the dean of his or her school. Visiting students should contact the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.