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. 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.
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.
Eight courses in the humanities, social sciences, the natural sciences, and mathematics were offered last year. We are working to finalize our 2020 course offerings.
Room and Board
Students participating in the Summer Session are not required to live on campus. 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. Regarding the dining commons, 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.