No matter where you are, you can enroll in an Ivy League course with Penn Summer Online. So, if you have an internship or other summer obligation that precludes your ability to come to campus, keep your summer plans and earn Penn credits with our online courses. Get engaged in rigorous academics, connect with our professors and participate—in real-time—alongside other students.
In this video, Jaime Kelly, Administrative Director for Penn Summer Sessions, and our Penn Summer recruitment team share details about courses, campus resources, tuition and enrollment details. If you are having trouble viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.
The three 2019 Penn Summer On-Campus sessions are:
|11-week Summer Session:||May 28 - August 9, 2019|
|Summer Session I:||May 28 – July 3, 2019|
|Summer Session II:||July 5 - August 9, 2019|
Most online classes meet at least once a week in required synchronous video conferencing sessions, and also use web-based threaded discussions, assignments, activities and virtual office hours to extend and enrich the learning experience.
During the summer sessions, the School of Arts and Sciences’ Online Learning program offers a select number of online credit courses for undergraduate students. If you are not already a Penn undergraduate student, you can register for Penn Summer Online courses by completing the visiting student open enrollment form. Get more information about enrolling in Penn Summer Online.
Penn Summer online system requirements
We recommend that all operating systems, browsers, Flash and other software be up-to-date before the start of each online class. Most courses use Canvas for assignments, discussion and watching video, and synchronous sessions can happen in a variety of platforms. Students will receive all important information before the beginning of class.
Penn Summer On-Campus courses
If you are going to be in Philadelphia, also consider taking one of our Penn Summer On-Campus courses. There are three academic sessions and more than 300 courses offered. Plus, you have the flexibility to schedule your classes during the day or evening which means you can select courses that fit into your summer plans.