Faculty Resources

Welcome to Summer Session 2020

In support of the upcoming advisement period, the following information is provided as a one-stop resource for faculty and staff assisting students who are interested in taking a course in Summer Session 2020.  Links are provided to pages with additional information if desired.

Course Schedule

Visit the public course schedule for detailed information on courses for Summer Session 2020.

course schedule within this website has been created with courses sorted by term.  Both schedules are being maintained for any changes.

For a complete listing of course changes (delivery method and cancellations), please visit the Course Changes due to COVID-19 page.

Additional Resources

General Education and Writing Intensive Listing (pdf)

Special Topics Course Descriptions

2020 Dates

Full Summer Session (10-week): May 20 - Aug 3

Summer Session I: May 20 - June 24

Term A: May 20 - June 8

Term B: June 9 - June 24

Summer Session II: June 29 - Aug 3

Term C: June 29 - July 14

Term D: July 15 - Aug 3

*No classes in observance of Memorial Day on May 25 and Independence Day on July 3.

Frequently Asked Questions

The same time tickets and pins used for Fall 2020 apply to Summer Session. Students will register for Summer Session via MyRedDragon for the duration that online registration is open. As the term approaches, the process will move to an alternate registration method. The Registration FAQ page provides the specific registration dates and methods for current students. Please encourage students to register for Summer Session when they register for their Fall 2020 courses.

How many credits can a student take during Summer Session?

Matriculated undergraduate students may register for 7 credit hours in each Summer Session (I and II). Matriculated graduate students may register for 8 credit hours in each Summer Session (I and II).

Terms A, B, C, and D feature intensive 3-credit hour courses. Students may only take one 3-credit hour course during each of these terms. Students may, however, take an intensive course and a longer course at the same time. For example, students cannot take two 3-credit hour courses in Term A, but they may take a Term A course and a Session I course at the same time.

Financial aid is available for Summer Session provided a student is enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and completes a summer aid application. Students should be referred to their financial aid advisor regarding aid in Summer Session.

Questions regarding billing, payments and refunds should be directed to Student Accounts at bursar@cortland.edu. For information regarding the cost of Summer Session, please visit the Summer Session 2020 Tuition page. Summer bills are due on May 8. Registrations processed after May 8 will require immediate payment.

The University is aware many students and their families are experiencing financial hardships at this time. If needed, students can delay payment of their summer bill without incurring any penalty (late fees) while they await refunds from the spring semester. However, students must still accept their charges on or before May 8 to save their summer schedule.

Stay Connected

Please reach out if you have any questions or suggestions for future courses via e-mail at elo@cortland.edu.

Connect with us on social media!  Follow us on Facebook at @SUNYCortlandSummerWinter or Instagram at @sunycortlandelo.

Keep Going!

Information Resources has created a wonderful resource to assist faculty, staff and students through the COVID-19 crisis.  Please visit Keep Going!

Contact Us

Darci Contri
Director of Extended Learning

Athena Vunk-Moynihan
Program Aide

Phone: 607-753-5643
Fax: 607-753-2959
Miller Building, Room 230

Extended Learning Office
Summer/Winter Sessions
SUNY Cortland
P.O. Box 2000
Cortland, NY 13045

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Intersession Hours
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Instagram: @sunycortlandelo