With over 1,700 course sections, the 4-, 8-, 12-week and additional-length terms allow students to focus deeply on fewer classes. Students may study at the CSU Mountain Campus, complete an AUCC course, internship, work on a major or minor, or try something new. Explore, experience, and expand through CSU Summer!
Summer Session 2023 Terms
By participating in summer session, students have the opportunity to graduate and earn earlier, and potentially reduce educational expenses. Summer offers a unique opportunity to focus on one or few courses at a time, making it a great time to complete a challenging course, participate in experiential learning, or fulfill a prerequisite.
CSU Mountain Campus Courses
The beautiful CSU Mountain Campus — 90 minutes up the scenic Poudre Canyon — is just next door, but a world away. It is the summer home for courses open to all majors, and many courses specifically for students pursuing majors in the Warner College of Natural Resources. Experience learning at 9,000 feet! The following courses and programs are open to all students:
•Basic Outdoor Skills in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (FW-111, hybrid course) – not offered in Summer 2023
•Nature Immersion and Human Well-Being (NRRT 280A1)
•Environmental Humanities is offered by the College of Liberal Arts and includes Art in Forest Systems (ART 380A5), Literature of the Earth (E 339), Environmental History of Colorado (HIST 373), and Environmental Ethics (PHIL 345). Students may take any or all of the two-week, three-credit courses.