May Term offers exciting learning opportunities that lead to academic credit.
Scheduled to meet for three weeks immediately following the spring semester, May Term makes it possible to take one additional course and still have time for that all-important summer job or traditional summer school classes.
Many May Term classes involve traveling to a new destination either to a city in the United States or abroad. In addition, May Term allows undergraduate students to catch up on general education requirements or get a jump start on the upcoming academic year.
Benefits of May Term include:
- Enjoy courses especially developed for May Term
- Immerse yourself in a particular culture or tradition
- Concentrate on just one class
- Ease your course load during the fall or spring semester
- Stay on track for graduation
- Fulfill a prerequisite
May Term 2014 Trips
- Colorado with Dr. Jennifer Buckley
- Costa Rica with Dr. Kristen Brendel
- Greece with Dr. Mark Walter
- Honduras with Deann Edgers
- Italy with Dr. Meredith Harvey
- Spain with Dr. Eva Serrano
May Term 2014 On-campus Courses
May Term Information
Reserve your seat now by obtaining the written consent of the instructor, paying your deposit to the Student Accounts Office and meeting with your advisor to complete the registration process.
Tuition and Trip Costs
Undergraduate tuition is $490 per semester hour. MBA tuition is $640 per semester hour. MSW tuition is $575 per semester hour. Tuition is in addition to trip costs, which vary depending on the destination. Please see the individual trip pages for more information on trip cost. A trip deposit of $500 is required at registration. Financial aid is not available for May Term, but any remaining loan monies from spring semester may be applied.
Change of Plans
Once you are registered, you are responsible for all charges until you give written notice to the Registrar’s Office that you wish to withdraw. An add/drop form may be filed in person, by mail or via fax and the tuition is refunded according to the date the course is dropped. Note: Trip deposits are not refundable after January 10, 2014. Trip balances are not refundable after February 7, 2014.
Registrations after January 10, 2014, will be on a space-available basis and may be at a higher transportation cost. Trip balances are due for all trips by February 7, 2014. AU reserves the right to cancel travel programs by January 17, 2014 (in that event, any paid trip fees will be refunded to you).
If you are traveling out of the country, a valid passport is required and inoculations may be needed. Check with your instructor regarding visas.
We encourage you to obtain your own personal trip cancellation insurance.
Visit the AU Bookstore or order textbooks online at aurora.bkstr.com.
For a full listing of May Term courses and additional information, including fees, prerequisites and course descriptions, refer to the May Term class schedules. For more information, contact the Office of the Registrar at 630-844-5462.