Matriculated students register for summer courses through NazNet. Advisement is not required for summer course selection, however, you should review your summer course selection with your advisor when you meet to discuss your fall schedule.
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Non-matriculated students must apply to take summer courses through the Admissions Office. Please download the application and return to the Admissions Office. Transcripts from other colleges attended must also be sent to the Admissions Office to complete the application process. Once your application has been approved by Admissions the Registrar's Office will process your registration and mail your schedule and a "Getting Started Guide" to the address provided on the application.
NOTE - Summer 2015 listings are now live! As of 4/23/15, we have removed pdf's of the summer offerings, as there have been changes to the schedule. The most up-to-date information can be found by visiting NazNet (click on Prospective Students, then Search for Sections; enter the term -- either 15/SA or 15/SB). Note - no classes can be added after the start of each summer session.
Summer A, 2015 (May 18 - June 25)
Summer B, 2015 (June 29 - August 6)
Matriculated students register for summer courses through NazNet in early April. Advisement is not required for students in most graduate programs, however, you should consult your advisor if you have any questions or concerns.
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Non-matriculated students must apply to take summer courses through the Registrar's Office. Please download the application and return to the Registrar's Office. Once your application has been approved by the appropriate graduate program director, your registration will be processed.
If you would like to browse through the summer course listings, they are available on NazNet each year in late December. Please note, this schedule is subject to change. To find the course listings without logging in to NazNet, go to naz.edu/naznet, select "prospective students" and then "search for sections". Next, select the term and any additional identifying information (subject area, etc.).