Summer at MCLA
Each year, MCLA designs summer course offerings for both traditional and non-traditional students. We continue to expand the number and range of online, hybrid, and evening courses offered each summer, striving to accommodate the busy schedules of working adults, undergraduates, and high school students. The summer catalog also offers professional development opportunities for educators and a variety of summer camps and sports clinics. Please click the yellow 'Register' button to view the most up-to-date course schedule.
Online registration will close two business days before the start of each session, but students will be able to register on campus in person until close-of-business on the first day of each session. Current students were billed for their summer courses on May 1; for all other students payment is due at the time of registration. Financial assistance for summer courses may be available to those who qualify. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
Summer session dates for 2017 are:Session A: May 22 - June 29
Summer sessions are the perfect time for current students to accelerate their course of study. High school students can get a head start on college with one of our highly transferable and affordable summer courses, while adult learners can begin exploring a return to school. Students who plan to transfer MCLA credits to another college or university should submit course descriptions to their primary academic institution before registering, and request an official transcript from MCLA upon completion of the course.
For more information about summer housing options, visit our Residential Programs and Services page.
Additional summer programming options include:
- Educator Professional Development - Coming Soon!
- Summer Camps for Grades 3-11 - Coming Soon!
- Volleyball and Basketball Clinics
- B-HIP Internship Program
- Leadership in the 21st Century Cultural Organization - AMGT 675-01
- Violin Repair Workshops
MCLA also offers year-round programs for adult learners who are interested in earning a bachelor's degree or graduate credential: