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May
10

Non-degree students should register for FS summer online courses by this date to avoid delay in logins

Non-degree students should register for FS summer online courses by this date to avoid delay in receipt of login information (after this date contact Frank Hoskinson at fhoskins@illinois.edu with your course request)

May
16

Last day to cancel registration in order to receive a full refund of tuition and fees for Summer 2021 FS/Full Semester courses (Except for S2/Summer Session II courses).

Last day to cancel registration in order to receive a full refund of tuition for Summer 2020 courses (except for CEE, ECE, and MATH courses).

May
17

Instruction Begins for Engineering Online Summer FS/Full Semester courses (Except for S2/Summer Session II courses)

Instruction Begins for Summer courses (except for CEE, ECE, and MATH courses)

May
28

Last day to withdraw* and receive an 90% refund of tuition for Summer 2021 FS courses (fees are non-refundable***).

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

May
28

Official 10th day. Deadline to reduce course credit and to drop one or more, but not all courses, and receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees for the dropped Summer 2021 FS courses course(s). (Please click here for more information)

If you are registered in more than one course, 5:00 p.m. on this date is the deadline to drop3 one or more, but not all courses, and receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees for the dropped course(s). No refund is available thereafter for dropped courses. Deadline to reduce course credit from 4 to 3 hours and receive a refund for the extra credit hour. No refund is available for reducing course credit after September 10th. Last day for online degree students to enroll using the Web Self-Service system. After this date, degree students must e-mail their course request to fhoskins@illinois.edu.   3Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.

June
4

Last day to withdraw* and receive an 80% refund of tuition for Summer 2021 FS courses (fees are non-refundable***).

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

June
11

Last day to withdraw* and receive a 70% refund of tuition for Summer 2021 FS courses (fees are non-refundable***).

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

June
18

Last day to withdraw* and receive a 60% refund of tuition for Summer 2021 FS courses (fees are non-refundable***).

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

June
25

Last day to withdraw* and receive a 50% refund of tuition for Summer 2021 FS courses (fees are non-refundable***).

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

July
9

Last day to withdraw* and receive a 40% refund of tuition for Summer 2021 FS courses (fees are non-refundable***).

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

July
23

Last day to withdraw* or drop** a Summer 2021 FS courses course without a grade of "W".

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50 before or on the deadline to withdraw and receive a 60% refund. Administrative fees of $50 per credit hour are non-refundable.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

August
5

Last day to withdraw* or drop** a course without petitioning the Graduate College.

*Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.   **Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.   ***The University charges a pro-rata withdrawal fee of $50 before or on the deadline to withdraw and receive a 60% refund. Administrative fees of $50 per credit hour are non-refundable.   Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

CEE, ECE, Math, MechSE, NPRE, AE 402, AE 420, TE 461 and TE 566 Summer 2020 Session II Financial and Academic Deadlines

Please note that the University imposes a 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) deadline on submission of cancel, drop, withdrawal, and change of status paperwork.

June 7

Non-degree students should register for online Summer 2021 Session II courses by this date to avoid delay in receipt of login information (after this date contact Frank Hoskinson at fhoskins@illinois.edu with your course request).

June 13

Last day to cancel registration in order to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees for Summer 2021 Session II courses.

June 14

Instruction begins for Summer 2021 Session II courses.

June 18

Last day to withdraw1 and receive a 90% refund of tuition (fees are not refundable2).

June 22

If you are registered in more than one course for the Summer semester, 5:00 p.m. this day is the deadline to drop3 one or more, but not all courses, and receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees for the dropped course(s). No refund is available thereafter for dropped courses.

Deadline to reduce course credit from 4 to 3 hours and receive a refund for the extra credit hour. No refund is available for reducing course credit after June 22nd.

Last day for online degree students to enroll using the Web Self-Service system. After this date, degree students must e-mail their course request to fhoskins@illinois.edu.

June 25

Last day to withdraw1 and receive a 80% refund of tuition (fees are not refundable2).

June 28

Summer 2021 tuition and fees are due.

July 2

Last day to withdraw1 and receive a 70% refund of tuition (fees are not refundable2).

Last day to add name to August degree list.

July 4

Independence Day

July 9

Last day to withdraw1 and receive a 50% refund of tuition (fees are not refundable2).

July 16

Last day to withdraw1 and receive a 40% refund of tuition (fees are not refundable2).

No refund is available after this date.

July 23

Last day to drop3 or withdraw1 without a grade of "W".

August 5

Instruction ends.

Last day to withdraw1 or drop3 a semester course without petitioning the Graduate College.

August 6

Final exams for all online courses.

 

 

1Withdraw means to drop all courses for the semester.

2Administrative fees of $50 per credit hour are not refundable.

3Drop refers to dropping one or more, but not all, courses for the semester.

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