Special Sessions

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Winter & Summer Sessions

Since Winter and Summer Session attendance is optional, educational costs are assessed and financial aid is awarded separately from the standard Fall/Spring academic terms.

Winter & Summer Session Costs

2022 Undergraduate Winter Session

Session Costs

DE Resident

Non-Resident

Cost Per Credit Hour

$541

$1,452

5-7 Credits

$2,435

$6,534

Mandatory Fees

$157

$157

Students who take UD-Online Distance Learning classes outside of Delaware can, under certain circumstances, qualify for a lower Nonresident Site Tuition rate.

Students in the Associate in Arts Program taking classes at one of the AAP Academic Centers will be charged tuition for those classes at the prevailing AAP rates.  When taking classes on the Newark campus, AAP students will be charged the usual undergraduate rates shown in table above.

Additional information on tuition rates and fees, including part-time tuition, special sessions costs, and a breakdown of mandatory (and related) fees, can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.

2021-2022 Graduate Winter & Summer Sessions

Cost Per Credit Hour*

$950

*The University of Delaware base cost per credit hour in 2021-22 is $950. Some programs have higher or lower rates based on various factors, including competitive market research and demonstrated success at their existing price point. Graduate rates are listed with each program and can be found through the program search tool on the Graduate Programs page.

Additional information on tuition rates and fees can be found in the Graduate Catalog.

2022 Undergraduate Summer Sessions

Session Costs

DE Resident

Non-Resident

Cost Per Credit Hour

$541

$1,452

5-7 Credits

$2,435

$6,534

Mandatory Fees

$178

$178

Additional information on tuition rates and fees, including part-time tuition, special sessions costs, and a breakdown of mandatory (and related) fees, can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.


 

Winter & Summer Session Financial Aid

  Type of Aid

  Requirements

  How to Apply

Federal Direct Loan (Student)

- At least half-time enrollment:
     Undergraduate:  >6 credits in a single session
     Graduate:  >4.5 credits in a single session
- Remaining loan eligibility after Fall/Spring Semester awarding
- Must be repaid

Submit the Special Sessions Financial Aid Request after registering for classes to inquire about this option.  Also requires completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year.

PLUS Loan (Graduate Student or Parent)

- At least half-time enrollment:
     Undergraduate:  >6 credits in a single session
     Graduate:  >4.5 credits in a single session
- Credit check requirements
- Must be repaid

Borrowers must complete the PLUS application.  Also requires completion of the FAFSA for the current academic year.

Alternative Loans (Student, Possibly with Cosigner)

- Enrollment/eligibility requirements may vary by lender.
- Credit check requirements (may require a credit-worthy cosigner)
- Must be repaid

Information on various alternative lender options, including links to loan applications, can be found at FASTChoice.
NJ residents are encouraged to also look at NJ Class Loan options.

Federal Pell Grant (Undergraduate Student)

- Varies based on enrollment and Pell eligibility used during academic year

SFS will automatically review eligibility for students who have completed the FAFSA, are registered for Winter or Summer Session courses, and received Pell Grant funding during the preceding semester.