Summer Session at Mudd

Study at Harvey Mudd College This Summer

Augment your skills and ignite your intellectual curiosity by enrolling in the Summer Session at Harvey Mudd College. During six weeks this summer, Harvey Mudd students, other Claremont College students and those from other local colleges, ambitious high school juniors and seniors, visiting scholars and other lifelong learners can take advantage of Harvey Mudd’s exceptional faculty, and campus resources to study selected courses in the humanities, the social sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics. Join us this summer as the College expands its course offerings and invites you to experience its strong institutional culture of academic excellence and innovation.

All courses are transcripted using semester credit hours.

College Credit

All courses earn HMC academic credit and, for HMC degree-seeking students, are applicable toward degree requirements. The maximum number of credits for which a degree-seeking college/university student may register during the summer is six (6).

The maximum number of credits for which a high school student may register during the summer is three (3) or one (1) course.

2019 Six-Week Summer Session Dates

Monday, May 20, 2019 to Friday, June 28, 2019

Registration Dates

Priority Registration – February 20 – April 19
Late registration accepted until May 15

Course Offerings

There are 10 courses in the humanities, social sciences, the natural sciences, and mathematics to choose from.

Tuition and Financial Aid

3 Credits (1 Course): $3,500

Limited need-based Harvey Mudd College scholarship assistance is available to assist participating degree-seeking HMC students in covering the costs of the Summer Session. To be eligible for consideration, an HMC student must have applied and qualified for need-based Harvey Mudd College scholarship funds during the 2018–2019 academic year, and request financial assistance by contacting the Office of Financial Aid by Friday, April 5, 2019.

Financial aid is not available for other 5C students and visiting scholars.

HMC students will be notified, no later than April 12, 2019, of their eligibility for financial assistance.

Note: Students and their parents are not eligible to borrow from federal loan programs to cover the expenses of the Summer Session.

If you have any questions, contact the Office of Financial Aid directly at financial_aid@hmc.edu or 909.621.8055.

Currently matriculated HMC students who are interested in a payment plan are encouraged to contact Student Accounts directly at student_accounts@hmc.edu or 909.621.8107.

Enrollment Deposit

Once students receive acceptance into a class, a $300 non-refundable deposit is due by April 19 to confirm enrollment. The enrollment deposit will be credited toward your account and reflected on the April 30, 2019 statement. Your remaining payment will be due in full by May 20.

Students approved for a payment plan should discuss the enrollment deposit with Student Accounts. Information on payment methods can be found on the Student Accounts Payment Methods webpage.

Room and Board

Students participating in the Summer Session are not required to live on campus. However, if you are interested in summer housing, you must submit a housing contract. Contact Facilities and Maintenance at 909.621.8226 for additional information. Due to limited housing, preference will be given to currently matriculated HMC students.

Students are able to take advantage of The Café and Hoch-Shanahan Dining Commons when they are open. For Hoch, students in the Summer Session will be required to pay the door rates. Please contact Dining Services at 909.621.8487 for up-to-date information regarding hours and availability.

Deadlines & Refunds

  • Application and Registration: Please submit the 2019 Summer Session Registration Form by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 19, 2019 for priority consideration.
  • Late registrations will be considered until May 15, 2019.
  • Payment: Arrangements for payment of all fees must be completed at the Office of Student Accounts no later than Friday, April 19, 2019 by 5 p.m. Checks should be made payable to Harvey Mudd College.
  • Last day to drop a six-week summer session course: Wednesday, May 22, 9 a.m.
  • Last day to withdraw from six-week summer session course: Friday, June 7, 5 p.m. (a non-punitive grade of “W” will appear on transcripts)

Please contact Student Accounts with questions related to your student account.

  • 100 percent refund of tuition minus the $300 deposit if student drops course by 9 a.m. on May 22, 2019
  • 50 percent refund if course is dropped by noon on May 31, 2019
  • No refund on or after June 3, 2019
  • Room – Prorated to summer housing rate of $28 per night if move-out completed and key returned to F&M by noon following the day the course is dropped. Late departures incur a fine of $100 per day for each late day after the deadline, as indicated in the Summer Housing Agreement.

To drop or withdraw from a course, please complete and submit the Add/Drop/Withdraw Form (pdf). No advisor signatures are required. Students in Claremont should return the form to the Office of the Registrar in the Platt Campus Center. Those wishing to drop from a course before the first day of class may email the completed form to registrar@hmc.edu.

Application Process

Current HMC Degree-Seeking Students

Currently enrolled HMC students may register by submitting the 2019 Summer Session Registration Form by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 19, 2019. Summer registration is not available on the Portal. No other documentation is required.

Visiting Undergraduates Including Students from the Other Claremont Colleges

Undergraduates and graduate students who are matriculated at other accredited colleges or universities, including the Claremont Colleges, are welcome to apply for admission to HMCs Summer Session. Students must be in good standing at their home-institution in order to apply. A completed application consists of a completed Application Form and an official academic transcript. Transcripts must include a notation that the applicant is in good academic standing at their home institution. Acceptance to and participation in HMCs Summer Session does not constitute transfer student admission to any HMC degree program. Applicants can submit their official transcripts to the Office of the Registrar by mail to 301 Platt Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711, or electronically to registrar@hmc.edu.

We strongly recommend that students check with an academic advisor at their home college or university in advance to confirm how Harvey Mudd College academic credits would apply toward their current degree plan. The home degree-granting institution will make the determination of whether or not the course(s) will be accepted.

Current High School Juniors and Seniors

Current high school juniors and seniors are welcome to apply for admission to HMCs Summer Session. A completed application consists of a completed Application Form and an academic transcript. Transcripts must include a notation that the applicant is in good academic standing at their home institution. Please note that HMC does not consider “demonstrated interest” (e.g., visiting campus, participating in the Summer Session, calling or emailing admission staff, etc.) in making admission decisions to its degree program. Acceptance to and participation in HMCs Summer Session does not constitute admission to any HMC degree program.

Applicants can submit their official transcripts to the Office of the Registrar by mail to 301 Platt Blvd., Claremont, CA 91711, or electronically to registrar@hmc.edu.

Adult learners

Adult learners are welcome to apply for admission to HMCs Summer Session. Applicants must complete the Application Form and submit documentation demonstrating adequate competency. This can be done by providing an official high school transcript, GED, or official college transcript.

Applicants can submit their official transcripts to the Office of the Registrar by mail to 301 Platt Blvd., Claremont, CA 91711, or electronically to registrar@hmc.edu.

International Students

Please check with your Designated School Official regarding any policies or procedures that may impact you or your status.

  • Current HMC and other 5C International students who have been enrolled for the entire year may enroll in the Summer Session without being full time;
  • Visiting international students matriculated at other accredited colleges or universities may enroll in the Summer Session. Because international students would be concurrently enrolled at two institutions, HMC will not take on the I-20. Only their current Designated School Official would need to know;
  • HMC is not able to support first-time international students who would be coming from their home country and this would be considered their first semester in the United States.

Contact

Please email questions to summersession@g.hmc.edu.