Cool school. Hot classes. More choices.
Make this summer a productive one. Taking spring/summer semester classes in 6 or 12 week blocks at Grand Valley State University helps you catch up, stay on track, or get ahead while enjoying the convenience of on-campus, online, or hybrid classes.
If you need assistance or have questions, please schedule an appointment with an advisor.
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Make This a GVSUmmer!
Flexible Study Options
Whether you are a current GVSU student, a guest from another school, a West Michigander or living far from campus, GVSUmmer makes it easy for you to take spring/summer classes and meet your academic needs without sacrificing your social or work life.
West Michigan is an exciting place filled with beautiful places and things to do for current students or guests. Whether you wish to attend concerts and events in downtown Grand Rapids or spend a day on the sandy beaches of Lake Michigan, West Michigan is the perfect summer destination.
Academic Summer Schedule
GVSU offers spring and summer semester classes in undergraduate and graduate degree programs. A complete, searchable course schedule will be available from the button below on February 18, 2018. You can see a previous year's spring and summer course offerings by clicking on the button below now. Current GVSU students are automatically notified, as they are in our mailing system. Guest students can sign up to receive a notification email by filling out a short form.
Navigating Spring/Summer Course Offerings
When reviewing course offerings, you can search for courses with one or more attributes, such as courses that are available online and/or that fulfill general education requirements. Below are examples of Spring/Summer online courses that fulfill general education and Supplemental Writing Skills (SWS) requirements. You will save both time and money by taking a course that fulfills two requirements at one time!
- LIB 201: Diversity in the U.S.
- LIB 314: Life Journeys
- HST 203: World History to 1500 A.D.
- HST 205: American History to 1877
- HST 370: History of Medicine and Health
- SOC 355: Sociology of Work and Employment
- HNR 311: Honors Junior Seminar
- HNR 312: Honors Junior Seminar
COURSE OFFERINGS SEARCH TIP: You can search for attributes in just one subject, a few subjects, or all of them! To select more than one subject, press the CTRL key and select each subject you’d like to search. To select all subjects, hold down the SHIFT key while scrolling/highlighting all subjects.
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about summer classes? We have answers. Click on the FAQ button to the right.