Last day to register, drop or add classes:
- First half of summer term: Monday, June 1
- 10-week term: Wednesday, June 3
- Second half of summer term: Monday, July 6
Students who completed the spring 2020 semester at Guilford can make changes online until the last day to add or drop a course. Summer courses do not require an alternative PIN for registration.
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 2020 course schedule in BannerWeb under “Class Schedule” – select “summer 2020” term. Once you have selected a course(s), please submit this registration form to the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment for tuition and fees may be made on TouchNet beginning the week of May 18. For login credentials for Touchnet and BannerWeb, contact IT&S at email@example.com. Charges for the 10-week, first half of summer, and second half of summer terms must be paid by May 27, 2020. If you have questions concerning tuition and fees, contact the Office of Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that visiting students are not eligible for financial aid.
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 email@example.com.
Once registered, you are officially enrolled at Guilford and financially responsible for charges. If you decide not to attend classes, you MUST notify the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.