Online Summer Courses at Randolph College
Randolph College is pleased to offer online summer classes for college credit.
Courses in the college credit summer program are open to the general public in addition to current Randolph students. All courses are taught by Randolph College faculty.
Courses will be taught over two sessions.
* May 24 – July 1
* July 6 – August 11
No classes on Memorial Day (May 31) or Juneteenth (June 18)
Step 1: Submit the application for admission.
Step 2: Once accepted, you will receive a code to access the registration system.
Billing & Payment
Once you register, you will be billed by Randolph College – the first billing may be as late as May, even if you register earlier.
Payment is due in full by the start of class(s). Payment options include cash, check, credit card and loans (see Financial Aid). A Monthly Payment Plan is not available.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition for all undergraduate courses (including labs) is $450 per credit hour.
Physics and astronomy lab courses require an additional $50 fee for lab kits which will be delivered to you. Chemistry lab kits must be purchased separately.
Costs for textbooks and course material will vary by course.
Federal aid: To be eligible for Federal aid you must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours total in any Randolph College summer courses. If you haven’t already done so, you will need to add Randolph College (003734) to your 2020-21 FAFSA and submit.
Federal aid includes the Pell grant (if applicable) and the Parent PLUS loan. If you have unused 2020-21 eligible student loans (Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized) that you want to use, please contact Financial Aid, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-Federal aid: Alternative/private loans do not require minimum credit hours nor a FAFSA. Please contact Financial Aid if you are using an alternative/private loan so we are aware to certify.
Randolph College students: Please note that Randolph College scholarship and grant aid is not available for summer courses.
All Courses | Session 1: May 24-July 1 | Session 2: July 6-August 11
Astronomy | Chemistry | Computer Science | Education | English | Geography | Greek | Mathematics | Physical Education | Physics | Political Science | Religious Studies | Theatre | General Education Requirements | Lab Sciences for Non-Majors