Course Schedule

The 2021 summer course schedule will be available in mid-January. Sign up to receive email alerts about summer 2021 updates.

If you are a visiting student: you can view the courses offered in summer 2020 along with the days and meeting times for most courses by checking our summer course list. If the course you are interested in does not display any scheduling details, or if you would like to view graduate level courses, you can view the full static class schedule from last summer by going to my.UIC.edu, clicking “Class Schedule” on the right side of the screen under “my.uic.edu – Resources,” and then selecting the term on the right side of the screen under “Schedule of Classes.” You can also call the Summer Session Office at (312) 996-9099 during business hours and we will look up the information for you.

After you have applied and been admitted, you will be able to access more detailed scheduling information for the current summer session in the dynamic Schedule of Classes by logging into the portal, my.UIC.edu.

If you are a current UIC student: you can access the schedule by logging into my.UIC.edu with your NetID and password. Use the search bar or scroll through the page to find “XE Registration,” and once there click on “Browse Classes.”

You can find the following details about summer courses in the dynamic Schedule of Classes, available to admitted students:

  • Class meeting days, times and location
  • Real-time enrollment information
  • Instructor name and contact information
  • Book list
  • Course prerequisites
  • Restricted courses and courses requiring permission to register

Tips when you are searching the schedule:

  • Pay close attention to course meeting times in your search results. For 2021, 4-week session courses will have a start date/end date of “05/17/2021″ and “06/11/2021,” while 8-week session courses have a start date/end date of “06/14/2021” and “08/06/2021.”
  • If you only want to see 4-week courses in your search results, use “Advanced Search” and select “Summer Session 1” in the drop menu for “Part of Term.”
  • If you only want to see 8-week courses in your search results, use “Advanced Search” and select “Summer Session 2” in the drop menu for “Part of Term.”
  • To select courses taught on campus or online, use “Advanced Search” and select the desired “Instructional Method.”
  • Courses that have multiple linked components such as a lecture, plus discussion, lab, or quiz will display “LINKED” in the status column. The meeting times for these courses are the combined days and times for the different linked options.