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Spend Your Summer at Guilford

Enrich your summer months by taking courses at Guilford College. Explore a new interest, take classes to advance your degree, or get ahead of the fall semester. No matter what you choose, you'll enjoy building relationships with professors and interacting with other students in small classes. Guilford summer school classes are affordable, convenient, and designed with the same high standards as courses offered during the academic year.

Guilford College Summer School 2023 Details

To view a complete listing of Guilford College summer school courses for the first-half of summer, 10-week, or second half of summer terms, visit Banner Web. If you have questions concerning summer course offerings, contact the Registrar’s Office at

Students may register for courses in any of the summer terms, but the total number of credits may not exceed 16, nor can the course load exceed eight hours in a first half summer term and 12 hours in a 10-week term.

Classes begin:
  • First half of summer term: Monday, May 22
  • 10-week term: Monday, May 22
  • Second half of summer term: Wednesday, June 28


Guilford College Summer School Tuition

Summer school tuition is $440 per credit or $1,760 per 4-credit class. Registration fee is $15 and the technology fee is $30 regardless of the number of courses.

Payments can be made on TouchNet. Summer tuition and fees will post to TouchNet during the week of May 8, 2023. All charges for the 10-week and the first half of summer terms must be paid by May 19, 2023. All charges for the second half of summer term must be paid by June 26, 2023.

If you have questions regarding paying tuition and fees on TouchNet, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at

To cancel your summer schedule and receive a 100 percent refund of tuition and fees, contact the Registrar’s Office at no later than May 22, 2023, for the first half of summer and 10-week summer terms and June 28, 2023, for the second half of summer term.

To cancel your summer schedule after these dates, a student must officially withdraw by contacting the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at Refunds are prorated according to summer term based on the following schedule: 

  First Half of Summer Term Full Summer Term Second Half of Summer Term
50% May 22-26 May 22-24 June 28-30
0% After May 26 After May 24

After June 30

On-Campus Summer Housing

Traditional students who enroll in summer coursework may request concurrent on-campus summer housing for either the five-week session or the 10-week session. Housing information and applications will open during the prior spring semester and all information can be found on the Residential Education and Housing website.


Registration Instructions

Last day to register, drop, or add classes:

  • First half of summer term: Friday, May 26
  • 10-week term: Tuesday, May 31
  • Second half of summer term: Tuesday, July 5

Students who completed the spring 2022 semester at Guilford can make changes online until the last day to add or drop a course. Summer courses do not require ALTERNATE PINs for registration.

Visiting Students

Guilford welcomes visiting students for summer school. Visiting students (summer only) are not required to apply for admission to the College. Visiting students may view the summer 2022 course schedule in BannerWeb under “Class Schedule” – select “summer 2022” term. Once you have selected a course(s), please submit this registration form to the Registrar's Office at

Payment for tuition and fees may be made on TouchNet beginning the week of May 9. For login credentials for Touchnet and BannerWeb, contact IT&S at Charges for the 10-week and first half of summer terms must be paid by May 18 and second half of summer term must be paid by June 27. If you have questions concerning tuition and fees, contact the Office of Student Accounts at Note that visiting students are not eligible for financial aid.

General Info and Regulations

Financial adjustments should be discussed with Student Accounts and Financial Aid. No refund or credit will be made to any student suspended or expelled from summer school. Please note: Visiting students are not eligible for financial aid.

Any student enrolled in summer school who finds it necessary to drop all courses must complete a withdrawal form and submit it to the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at

Once registered, you are officially enrolled at Guilford and financially responsible for charges. If you decide to not attend classes, you MUST notify the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at in order to officially withdraw. Students who stop attending classes without officially withdrawing will receive F grades in such courses and are financially responsible for the courses. Regular class attendance is required if you are to be successful in summer school.

Honor code regulations must be observed. Willful falsification of College records, the improper use of quotations, plagiarism, and unauthorized assistance on tests, papers, and other academic assignments are prohibited. The Associate Academic Dean and Dean of Students will have jurisdiction in all cases involving infractions of rules and regulations.

Campus email is the College’s preferred way of communicating with students. Therefore, all students should check their Guilford College email daily for schedule changes, information about classes, and other important announcements.

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