Welcome to Summer 2015
Each year, MCLA designs summer course offerings for both traditional and non-traditional students, striving to accommodate the busy schedules of working adults, high school students, and current undergraduates. The College continues to expand the number and range of online, hybrid, and evening courses, and will also offer a number of professional development and non-credit options to round out this year's exciting catalog of summer offerings.
Register online here beginning midnight Monday, March 2.
Summer session dates are as follows:
- May 26 - July 2
- June 22 - July 30
- July 6 - August 13
Need financial assistance? Please contact our Financial Aid office at 413-662-5219.
Fully Online Courses
Our fully online summer courses are designed for both MCLA and non-MCLA students who need the flexibility of courses that will fit into busy summer schedules. Complete these courses from any location your summer travels take you.
Summer sessions are a perfect time to meet requirements or take a class that you may not have had time for in the regular academic year. We offer traditional, online and hybrid class models.
New to MCLA
Individuals who are not enrolled at MCLA can take advantage of our summer course schedule to begin exploring a return to college, or to help fulfill requirements at another institution. Students who plan to transfer credits should submit course descriptions to their primary academic institution before registering.
High school student
Get a head start on college by taking a highly transferable and affordable summer course.
If you're an adult thinking about earning credits toward a bachelor's degree or graduate credential, or an educator seeking career advancement, our summer college has many options to choose from:
Individuals with an Associates Degree can work with the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education to design a plan of study to complete a Bachelor's Degree with MCLA.
Students working towards a PMBA can participate in summer courses.
Educators can participate in specialized professional development opportunities offered by MITS, the Museum Institute for Teaching Science, or AIER, the American Institute for Economic Research.
Early Educators can take advantage of the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units through MCLA this summer.
Educators seeking an administrative license in Massachusetts or New York can do so by participating in the college's summer Leadership Academy.
Educators seeking to earn a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) can do so by participating in the summer residency program.
For additional information, please contact the Registrar's Office