Take advantage of summer by registering for courses at Saint Xavier University to help you graduate on time or earlier! Courses begin as early as May 2020, so register early to ensure you get the classes you need!
New, returning and visiting students can select from a variety of summer courses and earn credits toward their degree. Undergraduate courses for traditional Chicago-based students also are offered at a lower tuition rate, so you can't afford to miss out!
For summer tuition rates, please visit our Tuition and Fees web page.
Current and Admitted Students
- Go to "Registration" on the Self-Service menu.
- Select the "Summer 2020" term, along with two other fields, and submit your search.
- May Term courses can be viewed by selecting May Term from the "Course Section Type" field.
Register for Classes: Admitted students do not need their advisor's approval to register for summer but should check with their advisor regarding appropriate course options.
Saint Xavier University welcomes all visiting students who are home for the summer as well as new students to take summer courses with us to get ahead in their studies!
View Course Offerings: If you are not admitted into SXU but wish to enroll in summer courses, you can do so by visiting our Summer Course Offerings web page or by accessing the SXU Claws Website page.
Register for Classes: After you've selected what courses you want to take, fill out a registration form and submit it online.
Questions about the form can be directed to Rita Hickey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer classes begin on various dates in May, June and July. Exact dates and meeting times can be found on Self-Service.
The University will be closed for Memorial Day (Monday, May 25, 2020) and Independence Day (Thursday, July 2 - Friday, July 3, 2020).
For additional information about summer courses, contact email@example.com.
*Please note the COVID-19 pandemic could have an impact on summer course offerings and course format. Information will be communicated accordingly should changes be made.