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Remaining Summer Term 2022 Start Dates


Course Dates Add/Drop Dates
June 6-24 June 7
June 27 - July 15 June 28
July 18 - August 5 July 19


Course Dates Add/Drop Dates
June 27 - August 5 June 29


Course Dates Add/Drop Dates
June 6 - August 5 June 7

Important Summer Term Dates

May 9 - 27, 2022


May 16, 2022

First Day of Summer Term

May 30, 2022

Memorial Day Recess (University Closed)

July 4, 2022

Independence Day Recess (University Closed)

July 18 - August 5, 2022

Summer Bridge

August 5, 2022

Last day of Summer Term

Summer 2022 Student Benefits


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Since summer classes will be held in-person and online, students will have the ability to interact with faculty and peers in a variety of ways. WVU’s eCampus offers several solutions that include discussion boards, wikis, blogs, and more. Students attending in-person classes can engage in masked and socially distanced communication with faculty and/or peers.

Flexibility and Support

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Classes are available in 3-, 6-, 9- or 12-week formats, so you can customize a schedule that works for you. Complete a GEF, stay ahead in your coursework, or graduate early. You can even complete a minor this summer!

What our students are saying

WVU Summer Term students share their experiences.

Tiniel Jnr Tapfuma profile.

Tiniel Jnr Tapfuma

Sport Management
College of Physical Activities & Sport Sciences

"I enrolled in Summer to take classes that were full for next semester and I also wanted to be ahead of my class and improve my GPA. Do not procrastinate! Just start now as a freshman or sophomore and get in the working habit. Once you begin, it is even more difficult to stop, and soon you will realize that it’s over and it was much easier than you thought."

Kaylea Clark profile.

Kaylea Clark

Eberly College of Arts & Sciences

"Taking a Summer course helped me lighten my course load for a busy senior year. I knew that I would have at least two internships and a job, so taking a class helped me have more time for the important final steps in my education here at WVU!"

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Jordan Brown

Eberly College of Arts & Sciences

"This is a great opportunity to either take some easy classes to get ahead, or maybe a difficult one that you solely want to delegate plenty of time to."

WVU Summer Word Mark

Become a problem solver. Be a decision maker. First, your degree. World-class academics at an exceptional value.

Contact Us

West Virginia University
Summer Term
PO Box 6800
Morgantown, WV 26506-6800

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