Summer Session II (UIUC Students)

There are three options available for taking a UIUC Math course during the summer:

  1. Academic Year term, self-paced 16-week online NetMath courses
  2. Summer Session II, 8-week online NetMath courses
  3. Summer Session II, 8-week on-campus Math courses

NetMath Summer Session vs Academic Year

To help you understand the differences between these options and decide which may be right for you, use the table below. Note that tuition varies based on your student status and the type of course you take.


 

NetMath Online Courses

On-Campus Course
(if available)

 

AY Self-paced

Summer II

Term Length

16 weeks with option of paid extension

8 weeks

8 weeks

Financial Aid

Likely Ineligible

Eligible

Eligible

Start/End Dates

Can enroll at any time

June 11 - August 3, 2018

June 11 - August 3, 2018

Tuition (Summer 2018)

$409 per credit hour for undergrads
$466 per credit hour for graduates includes fees

Summer Tuition information

Summer Tuition information

Recommended Student Type

International UIUC students who will be off-campus

ALL non-UIUC students

Students who do not qualify for financial aid

Domestic UIUC students who will be off-campus and qualify for financial aid

UIUC students who will be on campus

UIUC Status

All students
(UIUC students require approval from college)

UIUC degree-seeking  students

UIUC degree-seeking  students

Format

Online course, includes paper exams with approved proctor

Online course, includes paper exams with approved proctor

Face-to-Face course

Registration

Register via CITL here
(UIUC students require approval from college)

Self-registration via Enterprise

Self-registration via Enterprise


Course Offerings for Summer 2018 (8 Week Courses)

All of our college-level courses will be offered during Summer 2018

NetMath Summer Session - ALEKS Orientation (Orientation for courses 112, 114, and 115)

NetMath Summer Session - Moodle Orientation (Orientation for courses 416, 417, 441, 444, 448, and 481)

NetMath Summer Session - Mathable Orientation (Orientation for courses 124, 220, 231, 234, 241, 285, 286, 292, 299, 415, and 461)