Summer Sessions

  • Get There Faster. Enjoy the Ride.

    This summer, if you’re hanging around Erie, summer sessions begin May 13, May 28 and July 1. Maybe you should be there.

    By taking summer classes, you can pick up a few credits, make your Fall Semester workload a little lighter, avoid the lame summer job and get that pesky pre-requisite out of the way at a reduced tuition rate.

  • How do I register?

    Step 1: Select a Session

    Choose one of the following sessions:

    • Session A: May 12-23
    • Session B: May 27-June 27
    • Session C: June 30-August 1

    Step 2: Register for Courses

    Non-Gannon Students

    Students in good academic standing at their college or university are welcome to attend Summer Sessions. They should submit written approval for course enrollment from their home college or university and complete the Gannon University Summer School application/registration form.

    Gannon Students

    Current students must complete a green registration form and have it signed by their advisor. Students who wish to register for summer sessions may do so during the week of advanced registration. Students are encouraged to register early to ensure adequate class size.

    Current students are encouraged to register on Gannon's website at my.gannon.edu after advisor's approval is entered. Select 'Current Students' then 'Registration'.

    Step 3: Pay Tuition Bill

    Tuition bills are due before the first day of the summer session for which the student is registered. Note: Even if there is no balance due, it is imperative that the bill be signed to indicate attendance and returned to the Cashier's Office by the due date.

    A $40.00 fee will be assessed for bills paid on or after the first day of the session for which the student is registered.

    If you register during the week prior to the start date of a session, payment must be submitted along with your registration. If receiving Company Reimbursement, the required down payment, Company Reimbursement form and tuition bill must be received together by the due date to avoid a late fee.

    Step 4: Review Important Information

    For more information about courses and registration please review our online course list.