For Summer 2021 we are offering an exciting mix of courses, with new courses still in the works. Many of these courses can fulfill the COLL 300 requirement. Others can fulfill the Arts or Math proficiency. Summer can be a great time to study a language. This could be the summer to complete some of your graduation requirements, or to follow up on an interest you would not otherwise have time for. We are offering some COLL 100 and COLL 150 courses so freshmen who started this spring can complete their first-year courses and begin as sophomores this fall.
Course delivery mode is noted in the course description. You can also search using the "attribute" field to find courses that match your preferred method of learning.
Please note that the course schedule is subject to change.
For complete course information, please consult the Registrar's Dynamic Schedule or Open Course List. Each course listing includes the instructor's email address. If there are prerequisites listed for the course you want, contact the instructor with placement questions or consult the undergraduate Course Catalog.
Using Banner and the Dynamic Schedule
In the Dynamic Schedule: Once classes are loaded during the spring semester, choose Summer 2021 and click the Submit button.
How Summer Courses Work
Together, summer terms can deliver a full semester's worth of credits in a condensed time period. Keep in mind that taking two courses at the same time during each summer session is the equivalent of a full-time academic schedule (12 credits or more) in a regular semester.
Blackboard is often used to support course delivery at W&M. Some professors use Blackboard to record and deliver lectures, or to keep track of assignments, grades, and classroom discussions.
Depending on your course's mode of instruction, you should make sure you meet the technical requirements.
Updated for Summer 2021