Online or Commuting – You Choose!
Students who have completed their sophomore year and are at least 16 years old may take advantage of campus resources offered to current Purdue Students. This includes access to the co-rec (a small fee is assessed if you are not enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours), libraries, student success programs, summer activities, and more.
Purdue offers multiple entry-level online courses that will apply to your future plan of study or transfer to another institution. Courses will run for 4-12 weeks, depending on the module you select. Students may complete up to 7 total credit hours throughout the entire summer session. View a list of popular online options.
Students may opt to live at home, but attend courses on the campus of Purdue University. These students will have the same access to campus facilities and extracurricular activities as residential students. Commuter students may register for up to 7 total credit hours throughout the entire summer session.
|12 Weeks||8 Weeks||4 Weeks||Summer Start Module|
|Full Summer Module:
May 14 – August 3
|First 8-Week Module:
May 14 – July 6
May 14 – June 8
|July 9 – August 10|
|Second 8-Week Module:
June 11 – August 3
June 11 – July 6
July 9 – August 3
Apply Now by completing the Non-Degree Application