Courses selected from the regular curricula (normally taken during the fall term of the junior year) in the College of Engineering are offered in the summer to accommodate the schedules of Cornell students in the Engineering Cooperative Education Program. Other students are encouraged to enroll in these courses as space permits.
The courses take place during two consecutive periods: May 23-July 3 and July 4-August 14.
Because the Engineering Cooperative Education Program summer term is essentially a curriculum term in the College of Engineering, tuition and fees are not those of the regular summer session but are based on the tuition and fees for a semester. See the Engineering Co-op site for information about summer co-op tuition and fees.
In general, the regulations described for the summer sessions also apply to the Engineering Cooperative Education Program summer term, and health-care services and library facilities are available.
Students in the Engineering Cooperative Education Program summer term may also take regular summer session courses. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of all summer-session regulations and the deadlines pertaining to registration in electives.
Students may complete pre-registration forms in the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions in B20 Day Hall.