Who Can Enroll?
Students currently enrolled at Erskine, students from other colleges/universities, and high-school graduates eligible for admission need simply complete and return the application and pre-registration form in this bulletin by June 5, 2017.
Students who are currently enrolled at another college must submit their application and pre-registration form along with written permission from their institution to attend the Erskine College Summer Session.
College students wishing to transfer to Erskine with the expectation of continuing in the fall term must file a formal application for admission with the Director of Admissions in addition to returning the application and pre-registration form in this bulletin.
Uncertain about your admission status? Please contact the Office of Admissions at (864) 379-8838.
Classes Begin Monday, June 5
Drop/Add Day Tuesday, June 6
Holiday Tuesday, July 4
Final Examinations Friday, July 14
|AR 250–Art History I: The World, Paleolithic through Medieval||Online||3||K. Boyd|
|AT 317–Nutrition Counseling||Online||3||Major|
|BA 221–Principles of Econ: Macro||Online||3||Huber|
|AT 402–Physiology of Exercise||Online||3||Kroskie|
|AT 417–Exercise and Weight Control||Online||3||Kroskie|
|BA 222–Principles of Econ: Micro||Online||3||Huber|
|BA 259–Introduction to Management Information Systems||Online||3||Henrichs|
|BA 334–Principles of Marketing||Online||3||McCurry|
|BA 335–Consumer Behavior||Online||3||McCurry|
|BR 125–Old Testament Literature & Interpretation||Online||3||Makujina|
|BR-126–New Testament Literature & Interpretation||Online||3||Makujina|
|CH 214–Organic Chemistry I||Online||3||Hayden|
|HS 101–World Civ. to 1600||Online||3||Uhall|
|HS 102–World Civ. since 1600||Online||3||Uhall|
|MA 205 –Elementary Statistics||Online||3||Gorka|
|PL 201–Introduction to Philosophy||Online||3||Reiter|
|PO 101–American Government||Online||3||Woodiwiss|
|PO 105–Contemporary Global Issues||Online||3||Woodiwiss|
|PY 405–History and Systems of Psychology||Online||3||Van Scoy|
Course and College Policies
Full descriptions of the courses offered in the Summer Session, as well as College information and regulations, are given in the College Catalog and on the Erskine web site (www.erskine.edu).
A student may earn up to eight semester hours of college credit in the Summer Session. The College reserves the right to cancel any course for which the registration is below six students. Therefore, pre-registration is important.
Fees & Refunds
Tuition, per credit hour: $360
Room (6 weeks): $475 (Current Erskine students)
Declining-Balance Meal Plan: $425
$950 (All other students)
All fees are due and payable May 1. Books and other supplies may be purchased at the Erskine Campus Shop.
If a student withdraws within 6 days, tuition (–$50.00) will be refunded; if the student withdraws after that point (for providential reasons), tuition may be refunded on a pro rata basis (up to the mid-point of the term). Room fee is non-refundable after the first day. No refund for tuition, room or fees will be made to the student who is asked to withdraw for academic or disciplinary reasons. Meal plan is not intended to cover all meals during session.
Registrar’s Office (864) 379-8773
Admissions Office (864) 379-8838
Campus Shop (Bookstore) (864) 379-8846