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Summer School

Summer Sessions 2019

Do you want to get a Compass course completed before fall? Maybe take a course in your major? Make the most of your summer with Clarke University Summer Sessions. Clarke offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate summer courses in convenient morning, afternoon, and evening formats, so you can do just that. 

Not a Clarke student? Fill out the form below to get ahead with your degree!

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Clarke Summer Courses


Registration is available by completing an online registration form. Clarke University students may register online through MyInfo. Registration should be completed by the first day of class. Registration is not considered complete until tuition and fees are paid. For students transferring credits to another institution, the acceptance of transfer credits is always determined by the accepting institution. It is the student’s responsibility to request a transcript. Clarke Students: Summer registration will be canceled for students whose spring 2019 tuition balances as of May 1, 2019 exceed $500. The Registrar’s Office will notify students through their Clarke email if their registration has been canceled.

Guaranteed Courses

COMM 110Communication & Contemporary SocietyOnline
ENGL 121Literary VenturesOnline
PHIL 110Fundamentals of PhilosophyOnline
PHIL 212General EthicsOnline
PHIL 260Philosophy of Sex and Love
PHYS 101Intro to Physical Science (lab included)Hybrid
RELS 205Introduction to New Testament

Clarke summer school students live on campus for FREE!

Rooms in the Clarke University residence halls are available. Clarke ID Card operated laundry facilities are available.

Admission Policies

Admission to Clarke University Summer Sessions is open to the following students:

  1. Graduate and undergraduate students already enrolled in, or admitted to, Clarke University as degree candidates or as special students.
  2. Graduate and undergraduate students enrolled during the academic year in other colleges and universities.
  3. High school students who have completed their junior year in an accredited secondary school and present evidence (usually the recommendation of the high school principal or counselor) of their ability to do college-level work.
  4. Other interested persons who are qualified for course(s) or workshop(s) offered.

Note: In order to take Clarke University courses, students from Loras College and the University of Dubuque must register through their home campus.

Students who qualified for the Pell grant during the 2018-19 school year may qualify for a summer Pell grant as long as they take at least 6 credits. Please contact the financial aid office if you have any questions.