Summer Information

NOTE: Summer 1 and Summer Extended registration will be disabled beginning at noon on Wednesday, May 22 to review enrollments for possible cancellations. Summer 2 registration will be disabled beginning at noon on Monday, June 24 to review enrollments for possible cancellations. Registration for each session will be re-opened after review of enrollments, notification to students, and cancellation of courses.

Students do not need registration clearance from their academic advisor to register for summer classes, although students should seek the advice from the advisor to ensure satisfactory progression toward degree completion.

Students are limited to no more than 7.0 sh in each summer session. Requests for more than 7.0 sh must have advisor approval. Approval form

Summer Session Bulletin
Cancelled sections will be added to the Bulletin –
May 22 for Summer 1 and Summer Extended;
June 24 for Summer 2

Summer School Policy-2014

Summer 2014 Academic Calendar
(includes holidays and deadlines)

Summer Costs


Financial Aid
--The financial aid office will automatically review the summer Pell Grant eligibility for all students registered for the 2014 Summer Session who have a complete 2013-2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file.  Students who wish to receive Federal Direct Stafford or Plus Loans for the summer must go online or stop by the financial aid office to complete a 2014 Summer Aid Request form.  Financial Aid will notify students of their summer aid eligibility in early April.  Award notifications will be sent to students at their LHUP email addresses. 

***Note:  New graduate students in the MHS Physician Assistant Studies program must have a complete 2013-2014 FAFSA on file. 

Summer 2013 Dates

Summer Session 1 ~ May 27, 2013-June 28, 2013 (No classes Monday, May 27, 2013)
Summer Session 2 ~ July 1, 2013-August 2, 2013 (No classes Thursday, July 4, 2013)
Summer Extended ~ May 27, 2013-August 2, 2013 (No classes Monday, May 27, 2013 & Thursday, July 4, 2013)

Interested in taking web-based courses?

  • Non-LHU students are welcome to take web-based courses. Simply review the schedule, select your course(s), and complete and submit your walk-in registration form.
  • If you are thinking about taking courses at another college or university to transfer credits back to LHU, why not check first to see if LHU is offering the course as web-based? If you live at home, or maybe even another location due to employment, we are offering web-based courses which can be taken from anywhere without having to come to campus. These courses will count toward your LHU residence hour requirement and the grade will be included in your LHU grade point average.

To find these courses, simply access the schedule from the links below. Once the schedule is displayed, choose 'Edit' from the toolbar at the top of your web browser; then choose 'Find'. Enter 'web' to search through the schedule for all courses being offered via the web. Remember, though, that 600-level courses are graduate program courses. (You may also disply the list of Open Sections and choose 'Web.' However, this page does not provide the instructor. You will need the Course Offerings to determine the instructor.)

REGISTRATION

Currently enrolled students register using myHaven.

Individuals not currently enrolled, complete the Walk-In Registration form. Check the Course Descriptions to determine if there may be any prerequisites associated with your course choice. Be aware, though, that not all prerequisites are included on every course description. You will have to provide proof of meeting a prerequisite, i.e. unofficial copy of academic record

High school students -- complete the appropriate High School Student Registration Form (Main Campus or Clearfield Campus)

TIME COMMITMENT -- Students should be aware of the time commitment when registering for a summer session course. A typical 5-week/3-credit course requires a commitment of approximately 25 hours per week. A 3-week/3-credit course requires a commitment of approximately 42 hours per week, or the equivalent of full-time employment.

MARINE SCIENCE CONSORTIUM (WALLOPS ISLAND) INFORMATION

Lock Haven University - all campuses, all programs - Registration Information below

  • Instructions
  • Summer Session 1 Course Offerings
  • Summer Session 1 Open/Closed Sections
  • Summer Session 2 Course Offerings
  • Summer Session 2 Open/Closed Sections
  • Summer Extended Course Offerings
  • Summer Extended Open/Closed Sections
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