Summer Session

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Summer session offers SUNY Ulster students and visiting students a chance to complete a challenging course, get a requirement out of the way, advance your degree, or explore a new interest. Earn three credits and still have plenty of time for summer fun or a summer job.


Online or on-campus day and evening courses
are available in many subject areas.

 

 

Courses

Summer Session I  May 20 - July 30, 2019  Online | On Campus
Summer Session II  May 20 - July 1, 2019  Online |  On Campus | Internships
Summer Session III July 8 - August 15, 2019  Online |  On Campus

Summer Session I - Online

 ENG 101 - College English I

 ENG 102 - College English II

 MAT 098 - Basic Algebra

 MAT 100 - Intermediate Algebra

 MAT 115 - College Algebra & Trigonometry 

 MAT 160 - Pre-Calculus

 MAT 170 - Calculus I

 MAT 180 - Calculus II

 MAT 211 - Elementary Statistics


 

Summer Session I - On Campus

 ENG 101 - College English I

 ENG 102 - College English II

 MAT 091 - Pre-Algebra

 MAT 095 - Intro: Quantitative Reasoning

 MAT 098 - Basic Algebra

 MAT 100 - Intermediate Algebra

 MAT 105 - College Algebra 

 MAT 110 - Quantitative Reasoning

 MAT 115 - College Algebra & Trigonometry

 MUS 114- Jazz Ensemble

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Summer Session II - Online

ACC 200 - Financial Accounting

ACT 210 - Computerized Accounting

ART 101 - Intro to Visual Arts

ART 107 - Art History I

BIO 100- Fundamental Concepts of Biology

BIO 101 - Biology 1 - Non Science

BIO 108 - Human Anatomy & Physiology (this course has a lab on-campus)

BIO 201- Microbiology (this course has a lab on-campus)

BUS 171 - Computer Applications

BUS 201 - Business Law I 

 BUS 202 - Business Law II

 BUS 205 - Market Princ & Practices

 BUS 249- Business Ethics

 CRJ 235- Juvenile Justice System

 ESC 101 - Earth's Atmosphere & Oceans

 FRE 115 - Accel Elem French I & II

FRE 201 - Intermediate French I

HIS 101 - Western Civilization I

HIS 104 - American History II

LIB 111 - Information Literacy

PEC 297 - Phil, Princ & Organ-Coaching

PEC 298 - Health Sci Applied to Coaching

PHI 101 -  Introduction to Philosophy

PSY 201- Social Psychology

PSY 101- General Psychology

PSY 203 - Abnormal Psychology

PSY 209- Intro to Forensic Psychology

SOC 101 - Principles of Sociology

SOC 213 - Cultural Diversity

SPA 110 - Basic Conversational Spanish I

SPA 115 - Accel Elem Spanish I & II

SPA 201 - Intermediate Spanish I

VTS 111 - Veterinary Medical Terminology

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Summer Session II - On Campus

SOC 101 - Principles of Sociology

ART 105- Painting I

BIO 201- Microbiology 

 PHI 216 - Religions of the East

PSY 101- General Psychology

PSY 210- Life Span Development

VTS 148 - Vet Clinical Calculations

VTS 159- Restraint and Handling

 

Summer Session II - Internships

Please note: Students interested in registering for an Internship must first call or email Linda Farina.  Internships are not available for self-registration. 

ART 293 - Internship Vis Arts/Graphic (for more info, email Linda Farina)

BUS 293 - Business Internship  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

CDC 218 - CDC Field Experience I (for more info, email Linda Farina)

CIS 210- Computer Project/ Internship (for more info, email Linda Farina

COM 293 - Communications Internship  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

CRJ 255 - Criminal Justice Internship  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

FAS 293 - Fashion Internship (for more info, email Linda Farina

FIR 273 - Fire Science Internship  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

HUS 212 - HUS Practicum & Seminar I (for more info, email Linda Farina)

IST 214 - Field Experience / Ind Studies  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

MEC 293 -  Engineering Internship  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

MUS 293 - Internship in Music (for more info, email Linda Farina)

SVY 293 - Field Experience / Surveying (for more info, email Linda Farina)

THE 293 - Internship in Theater (for more info, email Linda Farina)

VTS 293 - Internship in Veterinary Science  (for more info, email Linda Farina)

 

 

Summer Session III - Online

ACC 204- Managerial Accounting

BIO 109 - Human Biology

COM 103- Oral Communication

ECO 102 - Intro to Microeconomics

ENG 101 - College English I

ENG 216- Science Fiction Masterpieces

ENG 227- Technical Writing

ESC 114 - Geology of the National Parks

HIS 102 - Western Civilization II

LIB 111 - Information Literacy

PEC 299 - Theory & Technique of Coaching

PSY 101 - General Psychology

PSY 210- Life Span Development

PSY 220- Personality Theory

SOC 101 - Principles of Sociology

SOC 206- Social Problems

SPA 111 - Basic Convers Spanish II

SPA 115 - Accel Elem Spanish I & II

SPA 201 - Intermediate Spanish I

 

Summer Session III - On Campus

BIO 206 - Genetics

BIO 206L - Genetics

ESC 220 - Geology of the Hudson Valley

COM 105 - Public Speaking

PSY 101 - General Psychology

PSY 200 - Psychology Child Development

PSY 206 -Psychology of Adolescence

SOC 101 - Principles of Sociology

 

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Tuition, transfer and payment information

NEW: Payment Plans available upon request for both matriculated and visiting students.
Contact the Student Accounts Office at (845) 687-5099 or email StudentAccountsInfo@SUNYUlster.edu for more information. 

Tuition & Fees

Tuition:
In County tuition:          $170/credit
Out-of-County Tuition:   $340/credit
Fees:
Technology:  $65
Online Fees or lab fees may apply. Review complete tuition and fees here.

 

Certificate of Residency

Students who are residents of NY State, but not Ulster County will be required to submit a Certificate of Residency in order to be eligible for the in-county tuition rate. The Certificate of Residency form is due within 30 days of the start of the semester otherwise the tuition will be double. Find your form here.

Visa, MasterCard & Discover Cards are accepted for payment.

Visiting students can transfer credits. Request transcripts here.

Financial Aid

In case you were thinking about attending a SUNY Ulster summer class there has been a change in the Federal Pell Grant program called “Year-Round Pell” that may help you. This change allows eligible students to receive up to 150% of their Federal Pell Grant scheduled award.

To be eligible for the additional Pell Grant funds (over 100%), you must be otherwise eligible to receive Pell Grant funds for the payment period and must be enrolled at least half-time in classes applying to your program of study. If you are eligible for the additional Pell Grant funds, SUNY Ulster will pay up to 150 percent of your Pell Grant scheduled award for the award year. Please note that summer awards can vary based on number of credits and summer session(s) attended.

For example, here is a student who qualified for $3470 in Pell for Fall/Spring for 18-19:

  • Fall 2018 - $1735
  • Spring 2019 - $1735
  • Summer 2019 – up to $1735 more

 

Feel free to contact the Financial Aid office at 845-687-5058 or stop by VAN105 with questions.

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