COVID-19 Update

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April 5, 2020 Update

Course Updates

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the Summer 2020 4-week and 8-week sessions will be offered remotely.

  • 4-week Session (May 18 – June 12): We are in the process of updating the 4-week session the course offerings and appreciate your patience. You can view the latest information on our course list page and in the my.UIC.edu portal. If a 4-week course is still showing as meeting face-to-face, please check back later this week for updates.
  • 8-week Session (June 15 – August 7): Course offerings for the 8-week session will be updated by April 15th and can be viewed on our course list page and in the my.UIC.edu portal.

Registration

Currently enrolled degree-seeking students can begin registering for summer on April 15th. The overall Registration Time Ticket schedule is available at registrar.uic.edu/current_students/calendars/time_ticket_schedule.

Visiting undergraduate students may begin the enrollment process by submitting a Summer Session Only application. Registration for admitted visiting undergraduate students begins late April.

Contact the Summer Session Office

Your inquiries are important to us. Due to social distancing mandates related to COVID-19, the Summer Session Office is closed to walk-in traffic at this time. There is limited staff available to cover phones, but we are checking email regularly during business hours. For the quickest response, please email us or call our temporary mobile number, (773) 270-0712, Monday – Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM.

Keep Updated

We appreciate your patience as we navigate the uncertainties faced by the University community at this time.  As decisions unfold based on the latest direction on COVID-19 from University, state, and federal officials, we will share information as soon as possible. Please check this page for more information and sign up for email reminders to receive Summer Session updates.  Visit UIC’s Coronavirus Update page for campus-wide information and frequently asked questions.