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The Summer Session 2022 course schedule is easily searchable through this Courses at a Glance resource. The schedule is also available through the Class Schedule and RAMweb. New listings and additional course sections may be added until courses begin. Please check back throughout the semester or contact the providing department if a course of interest is not yet listed.

Summer Session 2022

Registration is open and continues on a space-available basis through the add/drop period for each course.

  • Register at or after your assigned registration time in RAMweb.
  • Learn more about drop dates and the schedule change period.
  • An advising code is not needed for summer registration.

Summer Session 2022 courses will include face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses. 

Course Search Features

  • The interactive course schedules are searchable by subject, term, online courses and AUCC category by using the four search buttons.
  • Filters are available to identify AUCC, face-to-face, hybrid, online, and other courses within search results.
  • Departments may add courses or adjust sections to accommodate need.
Summer 2022 Term Schedule: • 4-week terms: May 16-June 12, June 13-July 10 and July 11-August 7; • 8-week terms: May 16-July10 and June 13-August 7; • 12-week term: May 16-August 7; • Additional terms of varying lengths
Summer 2022 Term Schedule: • 4-week terms: May 16-June 12, June 13-July 10 and July 11-August 7; • 8-week terms: May 16-July 10 and June 13-August 7; • 12-week term: May 16-August 7; • Additional terms of varying lengths

Main campus students must register for summer online courses through RAMweb

CSU Mountain Campus Courses

The beautiful CSU Mountain Campus is the summer home for courses including Basic Outdoor Skills (FW111) and two-week, 3-credit Environmental Humanities courses. These courses are open to students of the main campus, regardless of program of study.

Summer Programs for Admitted Students

Interested in experiencing unique, hands-on courses in summer 2022? Learn more about education abroad, research, a sustainability workshop, and more.