Currently enrolled AU full-time and part-time
students must register for summer courses on-line
Web registration is available 7 days a week,
from 8 am to midnight. Contact the Student
Service Center for help if you have questions
about web registration (phone 607-871-2123
High School Juniors and Seniors
must use the special
high school registration form.
Other individuals wishing to
take summer courses must complete a SS
registration form. Registration may be
done at the Student Service Center
in Seidlin Hall, through the mail to the Student
Service Center, or by fax to 607.871.2347.
All new students must submit
Form before course registration
can be completed.
Registration must be completed
prior to the first class, with full payment
due on or before the first class meeting. Students
who have registered, submitted their Immunization
Form, and paid their bill should go directly
to their classes at the start of the session.
After that time late fees will be assessed
and, since some classes have limited enrollment,
no guarantee of admission can be made. More
information about paying tuition and fees can
Important: Students who qualify
for tuition remission must submit their tuition
remission request forms at least 2 weeks prior
to the start of the class(es) for which they
high school juniors and seniors, commuting from home, can take
summer school courses at the 100 and 200 levels.
High school students must use a special
registration form. The approval of the student's school
counselor or principal is required each year.
Special tuition arrangements made for high
school students to attend AU classes during
the fall and spring does not apply during the
summer. If a high school student wishes to
take a course during the summer, he/she must
register and pay in full for the class taken.
(If the student is eligible for tuition remission,
forms must be submitted at least two weeks
before the class begins.) Registration for
any course depends on available openings. High
school students enrolled in summer courses
are not guaranteed acceptance into any AU degree
program at a later date. Campus housing is
not available for high school students attending
Additional Requirements for International
To comply with the United States government's
financial regulations for F-1 visa students,
Alfred University requires proof of full financial
support. International students must submit
the following documents to the Office of International
Programs at least 6 weeks prior to the start
of their classes in order to receive the Form
I-20 from Alfred University:
- An official letter from the sponsor's
bank indicating sufficient funds (officially
translated into English) OR
- An official letter from the student’s
government or sponsoring organization indicating
the terms and amount of financial support.
As soon as this information
is received by the AU Office of International
Programs, they will start the process for
the I-20 and send it to the student’s
home address. The student will then need
to make an appointment with the U.S. Consulate
to obtain a visa. Please visit the U.S.
Citizenship and Immigration Services website for instructions
on how to apply for an F-1 visa. International
students with questions should contact the
Office of International Programs at 607.871.2269.
a list of the summer programs offered by the
School of Art & Design.