Want to move ahead this summer?
University of Lynchburg offers a wide range of summer study options in flexible schedules that will meet your goals. Whether you need to make up courses or just want to get ahead of the game, you’ll find what you need right here. And you’ll study with the same great professors who teach all year.
- Session 1: May 23, 2022 to June 10, 2022
- Session 2: June 13, 2022 to July 1, 2022
- Session 3: July 4, 2022 to July 22, 2022
Please visit the course offerings page for a list of classes.
Before You Begin Class
- Admission: Admission to the University is required. Visiting students must submit approval and verification of good standing from their home colleges.
- Registration: Submit registration forms to the Office of the Registrar or online through MyLynchburg.
- Tuition payments: Payment for tuition should be received by May 1, 2022. For course registration after May 1, 2022, payment is due at the time of registration.
- Housing accommodations: If you are in need of housing accommodations, please contact the Office of Residence Life by April 2022.
Classes will be offered in online, hybrid, and in-person formats. Please check the course offerings for the mode of class delivery.
- Meeting times will be adjusted for classes that extend beyond one summer term.
- Classes will meet at the times and places indicated in the online course schedule.
ID Cards and Computer Accounts
All students are eligible to obtain student identification cards. Use of certain campus facilities and access to email accounts are limited to students who have this identification. Call the University Information Center at 434.544.8100 for further information.
Textbook Purchases and Refunds
Course materials for the summer session may be purchased online through the University of Lynchburg online textbook store.
- All refunds, cancelations, and textbook order issues are handled by TextbookX customer service. Once logged in, click HELP.
- You may pay by credit card. If you want to use financial aid or scholarship funds, you may charge to your University student account. If financial aid or scholarships are not available at the time of purchase, you will be billed by the University and expected to pay before the next term begins.
- Learn more about how to order textbooks.
Students who expect to complete degree requirements during the summer session must advise the Registrar’s Office (Application for BA/BS degree required) or the Office of the Dean of Continuing and Graduate Studies of their intention.
The official date for granting degrees in summer 2021 is August 12.
To qualify for August graduation, all courses must be completed, and in the case of transfer credit, transcripts must be received by August 12. Formal graduation exercises are not held in August. Candidates may participate and be recognized in graduation exercises on May 19-23, 2022. Students whose programs are completed after August 12, 2022, will be included as candidates for graduation in January 2023.
Grades and Transcripts
Grade reports for each term are available to students online here on the Wednesday following the end of the term.
Academic Record transcripts, reflecting the preceding term, are usually not available until the Friday following the end of the term. Courses with ending dates prior to the last day of a term are graded with the “normal” courses for that term.
Students who wish to have transcripts sent elsewhere should make such requests in the registrar’s office at least two weeks before the transcript is needed. Click here to learn more about requesting a transcript.
All general regulations of the University governing conduct on the campus and all academic rules and requirements concerning class attendance, grades and credits, examinations, and scholarships are in full effect for the summer program. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 provides for the confidentiality of students’ educational records. For specific information, consult the undergraduate or graduate catalogs and The Hornet student handbook.
All enrolled students are bound to honor high standards of conduct and to maintain the spirit of honor and integrity. The Honor Code (see The Hornet student handbook) is in effect during the summer session with the usual sanction for a violation as suspension from the University. Any student who observes a possible violation is expected to contact the professor or the Office of the Dean of Students.
Questions or Concerns
Contact the Office of Enrollment Services for information about admission. For information about graduate-level courses, please click here.
If you need additional information, contact the Chip Walton, associate provost and vice president of academic affairs, at email@example.com or 434.544.8798.