Summer Sessions

June & July 2022

Over the summer, Goucher will be offering two 4-week Summer Sessions in June and July, periods of study in which students can fulfill a Goucher Commons Requirement (GCR) or take another popular course. Course modalities will vary, and on-campus housing will be offered as an option. Students do NOT need to live in summer housing in order to take a summer course and can enroll in a course listed as hyflex or online (synchronous or asynchronous) and take it remotely from any location. Both commuter and residential students can enroll in in-person courses.

Students taking Summer Session classes at Goucher will have the benefits of small class sizes, close interaction with faculty (even closer than usual), and the ability to complete a course in a shorter time frame. We encourage students to take advantage of our one-time only COVID pricing for Summer Session tuition and utilize your summer to progress toward your academic degree!

Dates & Information

Summer Session 2022 will feature (mostly 4-credit) courses:  in-person, hyflex (synchronous online & in-person), synchronous online, and asynchronous online options will all be available.  Summer Session I will take place during the four-week period of Monday, June 6, through Thursday, June 30; Summer Session II runs from Tuesday, July 5, through Friday, July 29.  View the course offerings for Summer Session 2022.

Goucher Students

Registration for Summer Session I and II courses will open on April 4. Students will be able to enroll on myGoucher. Students can add and drop summer courses through the first day of the course. 

All students may take a maximum of 4 credits in the summer session. If you wish to take 4 credits in both June AND July, please petition by submitting the credit overload petition  or write associateprovost@goucher.edu.

Non-Goucher Students

Non-Goucher students can enroll in these courses through the first day of the course. A non-candidate application must be submitted and approved prior to registration. This may take a few days. See the non-candidate process