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|Session I : May 19 - June 19|
Classes begin for Summer I
Last day of classes for Summer I
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|Session I I: June 23 - July 24|
Classes begin for Summer II
Last day of classes for Summer II
FINAL EXAMS Summer II ends
Summer Visiting Students
Summer 2014 online application is open, however; the Office of Admissions will not begin processing applications prior to January 2014.
Summer visiting students (those currently enrolled at another institution) are allowed to attend classes at UNCW for Summer School only. Prospective summer visiting students may submit an online application through SeaLevel.
- Create a SeaLevel Account;
- Choose "Online Application;"
- Select "Create the Visiting Student Application for Summer Semester."
All applications are processed by Office of Admissions and decision letters generated usually within a weeks time from the date of online submission. However, if an applicant has answered 'yes' to any of the campus safety questions it adds an extra step for processing. Campus Safety Questions Information and FAQ's.
In order to receive housing information, students must specify on their admission application an interest in on-campus housing. For more information on summer housing please contact Housing and Residence Life.
Visiting students do not need to attend orientation; however, if your admission status changes, you are required to attend the next available orientation.
Once your application is processed and you have received the acceptance packet for Admissions, you may register for classes according to the dates listed on the calendar. The $100 dollar enrollment deposit must be paid prior to registration!
Transcripts are NOT required for Summer Visiting Students. If the course you wish to enroll in has a prerequisite, please contact the instructor of record to request permission and verification of availability, or contact our office at 910-962-7209 for assistance.
You may register for summer classes by accessing SeaNet.
- Secure Login for Faculty, Staff and Students
- User ID for SeaNet will be a nine digit number that begins with "85"
- Pin is initially your birth date in format mmddyy
- Change your pin to another 6 digit number
- Supply security questions and answers
If you do not know your user ID, please follow the link on the user login page for assistance.