NetMath summer semester courses are offered during the University of Illinois Summer Session II and available to matriculating students at the University of Illinois. Unlike our self-paced, 16-week Academic Year term offerings, these courses are 8 weeks long and have fixed dates for homework submission and taking exams. No extensions are allowed in summer semester course sections.
For 2020, the 8-week Summer Session II runs June 15 – August 7. Each course has fixed dates for homework submission and midterm tests; all final exams must be taken on August 7th.
Please refer to this table for different course options to take a NetMath course this summer.
UIUC students may register in an 8-week Summer Semester NetMath course via Enterprise Self-Service.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING BEFORE REGISTERING
- Summer Semester courses are 8 weeks long and do not allow extensions.
- Our 16-week self-paced Academic Year (AY) sections are a better fit for most students. A course list and registration information for our 16-week AY courses is available here.
- Students may finish AY term courses in less than 16 weeks (in 8 weeks, for example). Qualifying students may purchase a 1- or 2-month extension, depending on the course, to finish the course.
- Our 8-week Summer Semester courses are eligible for most types of financial aid. Financial aid is not applicable to most 16-week AY courses.
WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS
- Students must contact their college advisor to drop a summer semester course.
- Please refer to the list of College Advisors at https://netmath.illinois.edu/admissions/contact-advisor
- The Summer 2020 Refund Schedule is posted at https://registrar.illinois.edu/tuition-fees/refunds/summer-2020-refund-schedule/