Are you on track to graduate in four years? Summer session is a great way for UMBC students to catch up or get ahead. Registration begins March 6. No application is necessary – currently enrolled students are eligible to register for summer session. Advising is recommended, but not required.
Summer schedule planning
Academic Pathways is a degree-planning guide that allows you to search by major for a complete list of the courses you’ll need to graduate from UMBC in four years. Many general education (GEP) and required courses are offered in the summer and winter sessions to help you stay on track and graduate on time.
College Scheduler is a web-based planning tool that helps you plan a schedule of classes that works best for you. Use College Scheduler to choose the courses that are offered when you want to take them. Access to College Scheduler requires an active myUMBC account.
Registering for session II with session I prerequisites
Some courses offered in Session II require prerequisite courses that are offered in Session I. If you attempt to register in the Session II course and have not yet completed the prerequisites for that course, you’ll be blocked from enrolling. If you are currently enrolled in, or plan to enroll in, the prerequisite course in Session I, you can request an override that will allow you to enroll in the Session II course.
For example: You are taking or are scheduled to take CHEM 101 in Session I and you attempt to register for CHEM 102 in Session II. You will be blocked. You can request an override that will allow you to enroll in CHEM 102 before you complete CHEM 101, thereby ensuring you can secure a seat in CHEM 102.
If you do not earn the required grade in the Session I course to meet the prerequisite requirement in the Session II course, you will be required to drop your Session II course(s).
There are a number of reasons why you might be blocked from enrolling in a summer course, including prerequisite course requirements, attempting to enroll in too many credits, time conflicts, and overdue bills.
If you have applied to graduate from UMBC in May 2017, and attempt to register in summer session, you will be blocked from enrolling. Submit an RT ticket to the Registrar’s Office to request permission to enroll.
If you are unable to register for summer session, contact the Office of Summer and Winter Programs for assistance.