Summer Sessions are open to the following students:
- Students who have earned a high school diploma or GED*
- Students who are high school students seeking to get a head start with their college careers:
- Early Studies Program (ESP) - Eligible high school students residing in a district with an approved ESP agreement
- Early Studies - High school students seeking to complete their senior year through full-time enrollment at Mansfield University.
- College Bound Programs - High school college bound students enrolling in part-time non-degree studies for enrichment or transfer work.
*Enrollment in summer school does not imply or guarantee admission or re-admission to Mansfield University
Search for Courses
Non-Mansfield Students may search for courses through our Public Access Portal
Online Registration Schedule:
Current Mansfield Students register via Student Self-Service
Enrollment in summer classes is on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Online Registration ends Monday, May 24, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
- The add/drop begins May 24, 2021 through May 28, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
- Online Registration ends Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
- The add/drop begins July 1, 2021 through July 6, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
The add/drop/withdrawal schedule is available on the Registration website.
Course Registration Policy:
The policy regarding the number of credits for which an undergraduate student may register during the summer sessions at Mansfield University is as follows:
- Student may not take more than six credits during one session (SU or SF) for a total of 12 credits for the entire summer.
- All requests for credits greater than six must be petitioned to the Dean of Faculty.
The Registrar's Office will be monitoring the number of credits registered and will be enforcing the policy. The student will be contacted to rearrange their schedule.
NOTE: Non-degree students requesting Math or English courses must provide one of the following:
- SAT test results
- Proof of another college-level Math or English Course (unofficial transcript is acceptable)
A normal academic course load (full-time student) is defined as nine (9) credit hours a semester. A maximum of twelve (12) credits may be taken during the summer.
Students who wish to schedule more than the maximum must submit a graduate petition.
The Special Education program is to be completed within a maximum of seven years. The Master of Science in Nutrition has a five-year time limitation.
Students who have completed course outside of the corresponding program time frame may petition in writing for an extension of the time limitation.
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