- College of Charleston Students
- Visiting Undergraduate Students
- Incoming College of Charleston Students
- Auditing Students
- Cross Registration/Consortium Students
- High School Students
- New Non-Degree Students
- Senior Citizens
- Visiting Students
- Graduate Students
(any student not currently enrolled at the College of Charleston)
Registration begins March 22, 2016 and continues until the drop/add period for each session. Registration can be completed by submitting the online application and registration forms.
(incoming freshmen, transfers, readmits, and fall applicants still awaiting an admission decision)
All incoming students should be advised before filling out a summer application. All student athletes should contact Keith Merritt in Athletics at 843.953.1837 for advising. Incoming ROAR scholars should contact Tom Holcombe at 843.953.6434 for advising and incoming Honors students should contact Bryan Ganaway in the Honors College at 843.953.3916. All other incoming students, please contact the Academic Advising and Planning Center at 843.953.5981 before applying for any summer terms. Once advised and your summer application is complete, you may then follow the directions above for visiting students.
Auditors receive no grade or hours for credit; however a record of their participation will appear on the college transcript. Students who wish to audit classes should register for those classes prior to the first day of class following the same procedures as if taking the classes for graded credit. They must pick up an audit form from the Registrar’s Office or print it online, take it to be signed by the course instructor on the first day of class and return it to the Registrar’s Office during drop/add for each term of enrollment. Payment is due upon registration. There is no reduction in tuition for auditing.
There is no cross registration for summer sessions.
High school students who are rising Juniors or Seniors must submit a transcript (unofficial is acceptable), a letter from their principal or guidance counselor stating that the students are in good academic standing and can reasonably be expected to succeed in college-level coursework. Then they should follow the procedure for visiting students above.
(persons 21 years of age or older)
These are new non-degree students who hold a high school diploma or the equivalent and have not been dismissed from any college or denied admission to the College of Charleston. These students should follow the directions above for visiting students. Those planning on continuing after the summer must sign up for subsequent semesters through Adult Student Services in the Admissions Office.
(SC residents who are at least 60 years old)
Senior citizens must attend walk-in registration in the Summer School Office on the first day of class. They attend tuition free on a space available basis and pay a nominal $25 fee per session. To be eligible seniors must not be employed full time or have a job that provides employee benefits. A senior citizen taking classes for the first time must show proof of age (e.g. driver’s license or passport) and sign the “Senior Citizens Tuition Status Admissions Addendum” at the time of registration. Audits are handled during registration.
(any international student not currently enrolled at the College of Charleston)
Follow the directions for visiting students above. International students must contact the College of Charleston International Office for a “document check” before registering.
Students who wish to enroll in a graduate course should contact the Graduate School Office.