Attending Summer Session at Illinois State is a great way to continue to make progress toward timely graduation. Staying on track with your academic plan can save you a lot of money.
Tuition and fees for summer are the same as they are for the fall and spring semesters.
Undergraduate tuition rates are set based on when you begin your coursework at Illinois State University. Incoming undergraduate students enrolled in four-year programs will pay the frozen rates of tuition and general fees for four continuous calendar years. Incoming undergraduate students that are enrolled in five- or six-year programs will pay the frozen rate for all five or six continuous academic years. Find your tuition rate.
If you are enrolled for at least six hours of coursework (which is considered full-time for summer) you may apply for financial aid. The application form for the Summer Session will be available in the Forms section of the FinancialAid.IllinoisState.edu website in early March.