Where Are You Going This Summer?

CAMPUS-BASED STUDENTS

Campus-Based Students are current students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Campus-based students are required to enroll in classes through Student Self-Service.

Summer Session 2017 Online Courses

View the Summer Session 2017 Online Course List.

Planning for Summer Session 2017

  1. Advising

    Contact your College Office directly for academic advisement.

  2. Financial Aid

    If you have specific questions regarding aid eligibility, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid at finaid@illinois.edu or 217-333-0100.

  3. Health Insurance

    For questions concerning insurance requirements during Summer Session 2017, contact the University Of Illinois Student Health Insurance Office at insure@illinois.edu or 217-333-0165.

  4. Summer Tuition Rates, Campus Fees, Academic Calendar and Deadlines
  5. Summer 2017 Online Registration
    • You may register for Summer 2017 courses according to your assigned time ticket. Priority time tickets will be available on March 13 and priority registration opens April 3
    • Please note: Be sure to contact your College or Department Office with questions on adding or dropping a Summer Session 2017 online class.
    • Access Student Self-Service now.
  6. Technology Requirements

Billing and Payments

  • Questions on billing and payments? Contact University Student Financial Services & Cashier Operations at usfscohelp@uillinois.edu or 217-333-2180.

Steps to Success in an Online Class at the University of Illinois

Illinois Online and The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s promise to you is to provide a positive, rewarding and successful online learning experience. To be successful in your online learning environment at the University of Illinois, review the following information prior to the class start date:

  1. Confirm that your computer meets the technical requirements for online learning.
  2. Order textbooks (if applicable)
  3. Watch for an online course orientation email. Prior to the first day of class, you should receive an email from your instructor with information about the Learning Management System (Learn@Illinois Moodle Service, Illinois Compass 2G, etc.) and how to get started in your online class. The email will be sent to your University of Illinois email account. Contact your instructor directly if you do not receive this email before the start date of the class.
  4. Check out the Illinois Online blog for helpful information about how to be successful in an online class.
  5. If you need assistance viewing the online course, experience technical difficulties or require help with course related questions, contact your instructor by email.