William F. Murphy, Dean
The University of New Hampshire offers students the opportunity to continue
their studies on a year-round basis through multiple terms during the
summer months. The summer courses are of the same high quality as those
during the regular academic year and require the same level of academic
Summer Session offerings include a broad range of undergraduate and graduate
credit courses in most of the major academic disciplines. Throughout the
summer, classes are scheduled in the morning, afternoon, and evening.
Special institutes for teachers and other professionals are also offered
during the summer and vary in length depending on content.
Enrollment in Summer Session classes does not imply admission to degree
Undergraduate courses are open to undergraduates from UNH and other
colleges, to interested members of the community who have a high school
diploma or its equivalent or who are at least 18 years of age, and to
high school students completing their junior or senior year.
Graduate courses are open to UNH graduate students and other individuals
with a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or
university or its equivalent from a foreign institution.
Other Summer Session offerings include pre-college programs for high
school students; noncredit courses and certificate programs; workshops
and seminars for business, industry, and the professions; and residential
conferences and special institutes for teachers, other professions, students,
and the community.
Institutes and Conferences
The Division of Continuing Education and Summer Session uses the facilities
of the entire University campus during the summer to conduct special programs,
as well as those of the New England Center, the Pease Education and Training
Center and nearby commercial establishments.
Conferences and institutes in the form of day meetings or residential
programs lasting several days or weeks are conducted by the schools and
colleges of the University or may be arranged for external groups. Non-university
groups wanted to hold or cosponsor a conference should call the Summer
Session Office (603) 862-1937 or Conference Services (603) 862-1900.
For More Information
A separate summer catalog is published each year in March and is available
from Summer Session, University of New Hampshire, 24 Rosemary Lane, Durham,
NH 03824-3529, (603) 862-4234; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org;
Web site: www.learn.unh.edu.