Summer Session

Summer is a perfect time to make progress toward your degree. Smaller class sizes and a relaxed atmosphere make learning fun. Be one of the students to benefit from the program and accelerate your degree completion! Sessions are offered May through August in five, seven and eight week courses. For specific course dates and classes please refer to the Summer Session Course Bulletin.

Session Dates

1st session begins on May 7, 2018
2nd session begins July 9, 2018

Please check the course bulletin for specific start & end dates by clicking on the below link and then SUMMER 2018 COURSE BULLETIN.

Summer Session for Current NNU Students

Because you are a current student, you can register for summer session through the NNU portal. Be sure you have your adviser clear you for summer registration first.

Check out the summer session course bulletin then click on SUMMER 2018 COURSE BULLETIN to find which summer courses you want to take.

Register on the Portal

Summer Session for New or Temporary Students

Step 1
If you are not a current student at NNU but have applied and been accepted to be a student this fall, you do not need to re-apply. If you are a student at another university and plan to just take a class at NNU this summer, apply as a Temporary Non-Degree student using our Non-Traditional Admissions Application.

Step 2
Review the summer session course bulletin and click on SUMMER 2018 COURSE BULLETIN to determine which summer courses you want to take.

Step 3
After you've been accepted to NNU, register for Summer Session (beginning March 1) using the link below and tell us which courses you want to take.

Register for Summer Session

Tuition and Costs

Cost per credit $405
Student Fees $40

Payment and / or satisfactory financial arrangement of the balance due on a student's account must be completed two weeks prior to the first day of the semester.

Any student not meeting the due date will be charged a $75 late fee. Interest may be applied to unpaid balances at the monthly rate of 1.25%, posted on the last day of each month. When a student is no longer enrolled at NNU and a balance remains on their account, the student is responsible for paying the University's cost of collection. This includes but is not limited to, collection agency fees, and/or reasonable attorney fees.

A $20 charge will be assessed for each check returned for insufficient funds.