If you are a newly admitted student who will begin a degree program at Georgetown in the fall, please follow the instructions below to submit your request to take a summer course.
If there are no questions or issues about your request, you will receive a confirmation from Georgetown Summer Sessions with your course schedule and other important information about your summer at Georgetown. If you have any questions about the course request form or Summer Sessions in general, please contact Georgetown Summer Sessions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 687-7087.
Complete the New Incoming First Year and Transfer Students Summer Sessions Request Form to indicate the desired course(s) you would like to take.
Monitor the email address that you have listed on the course request form for communication from your dean or advisor and from the Summer Sessions team. If there are any questions about your request, you will be contacted via email.
Once you are registered, you'll receive an email confirmation with your course schedule and other important information about Summer Sessions.
You will be able to make changes to your schedule through the end of the add/drop period by completing an Add/Drop form obtained from your dean’s office and signed by your dean. Please see the Synopsis of Important Dates for the add/drop deadlines in each session.
Withdrawing from Courses:
You may withdraw from a course after the add/drop period ends; however, you will receive a “W” for the withdrawal on your official transcript. Please note: after the add/drop period ends, you are no longer eligible for a 100% tuition refund if you withdraw from a course. Please see the Tuition and Fees page for more information. To withdraw from a course, you must complete an add/drop form obtained from your dean’s office and signed by your dean.
A late registration fee will be assessed to anyone who initiates registration on or after the first day of class in a given session.
Students registering after the tuition payment deadlines may be subject to additional fees.