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澳门开奖直播 students should use my.lakeforest to register.

Forester Finish Program

This is a special package for students who are behind in credits. Please see the Forester Finish page for more details and to see if you qualify.  The $700 per-course rate represents an almost 79% discount from the regular summer tuition. Forester Finish Program grants do not apply to non-FFP independent studies, internships, or ACM summer courses. 

We Got Your Grant

Don’t qualify for the Forest Finish Program? Don’t worry. You may be eligible for a 澳门开奖直播 Summer Session grant toward the cost of a Summer Session course, independent study, or internship. This grant can significantly discount tuition on a Lake Forest experience equivalent to 4.0 semester hours.

To qualify, students must demonstrate financial need and cannot already be receiving the discounted rate of $700.

The Office of Financial Aid (OFA) does not require a separate summer grant application. The OFA will evaluate grant eligibility for all students enrolled in summer courses with information already on file. We will notify you of your grant no later than one week before the start of each summer term.

Summer tuition is $3,300 per four-credit course or internship. Grants range from $1,300 - $2,300 based on 2023-2024 FAFSA’s need.

Other Available Aid Programs  

Financial assistance may also be available from the following programs if eligibility requirements are met, and funds are available:

  • Undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor’s degree may be able to receive federal Pell grant for the summer terms. Funds are available only to students who were eligible for the Pell grant during the 2023-2024 academic year. Pell funds will be awarded based on number of credits hours enrolled, but students must be registered for at least two credits during the summer term to remain eligible for this grant.
    Please note: Students must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress, must have not used their Pell Lifetime Eligibility for their undergraduate education (the maximum amount of Pell a student can receive is 12 semesters), and must only be enrolled in courses needed to complete his/her bachelor’s degree. >
  • Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans (available to students who did not borrow grade-level maximum amounts for the 2023-2024 academic year. Students must be enrolled in at least two credits during the summer session to receive this loan.)
  • Direct Federal PLUS Loans (Students must be enrolled in at least two credits to receive this loan.)
  • Private Educational Loans (enrollment requirements are subject to the lender’s discretion). 
Learn about summer internships here.

Step 1: Register

Check the course schedule. Register for courses on   registration for Summer Terms is open until near the start of each term.

Step 2: Review tuition, fees, and refund policy

Please also  review our tuition, fees, and refund policy.

Step 3: Housing

Summer housing applications open on April 1, 2024 and close on April 22, 2024.  Students who are Richter Scholars, taking classes during the summer sessions, and who are working on campus have priority for summer housing.  If there is space, we can also accommodate students who have employment in the area. Notification of summer housing applications will be sent to students via email. Summer housing and meal plan prices will be listed in the summer housing applcation.   If you have further questions, please contact reslife@lakeforest.edu.

Summer FAQ  

How do I register for a summer course? 

澳门开奖直播 students should use . Registration for these terms will remain open until shortly before the start of the terms, and opens in early December.

Will any summer courses be taught in person? 

Roughly 40% of our course offerings are in-person, whereas the remaining offerings are remote.  Remote courses are indicated on the course schedule page in my.lakeforest with the designation "course taught remotely" and on the summer schedule page with the designation (RMT) after the course code.  If there is no such designation. then the course will be taught in-person.  

Can I hold a full-time job and complete a summer course simultaneously?

No. Because of the compressed schedule—a whole course in less than 4 weeks—the summer by itself requires full-time commitment of up to 50 hours per week. The total time you will spend on the course—both in and out of class, will be between 140 and 160 hours.

Can I switch from one Summer Term course to another after the term starts? 

Yes, but note that the compressed schedule does not lend itself to “course shopping.” Each class period covers about a week’s worth of material, so if you discover on the first day that you want to switch to a different summer course, you should make every effort to be in the new course on the second day of the term.

Can I do the course Pass/No-Pass and does it count as one of my four Pass-No Pass courses?  

Yes, you can take a course Pass-No Pass. Yes, it is included in your total of 4 Pass-No Pass credits.

Will my advisor be around in Summer to help me decide on course withdrawals or Pass-No Pass decisions?   

Given that many advisors are away from the College in summer, your best contacts for such decisions are: Associate Dean of the Faculty Don Meyer (meyer@lakeforest.edu) or Associate Dean of the Faculty Matt Kelley (kelley@lakeforest.edu).

Forester Finish Program

This is a special package for students who are behind in credits. Please see the Forester Finish page for more details and to see if you qualify. The $700 per-course rate represents an almost 79% discount from the regular summer tuition. Forester Finish Program grants do not apply to non-FFP independent studies, internships, or ACM summer courses. 

Students eligible for Forester Finish will receive an email from the College by mid-February with important details about the program.

We've Got Your Grant

Don’t qualify for the Forest Finish Program? Don’t worry. You may be eligible for a 澳门开奖直播 Summer Session grant toward the cost of a Summer Session course, independent study, or internship. This grant can significantly discount tuition on a Lake Forest experience equivalent to 4.0 semester hours.

To qualify, students must demonstrate financial need and cannot already be receiving the discounted rate of $700.

The Office of Financial Aid (OFA) does not require a separate summer grant application. The OFA will evaluate grant eligibility for all students enrolled in summer courses with information already on file. We will notify you of your grant no later than one week before the start of each summer term.

Summer tuition is $3,300 per four-credit course or internship. Grants range from $1,300 - $2,300 based on 2023-2024 FAFSA’s need.

Other Available AidPrograms

Financial assistance may also be available from the following programs if eligibility requirements are met, and funds are available:

  • Federal Pell Grant (funds are available only to students who were eligible during the 2023-2024 academic year and did not enroll for 3 or more credits in either fall or spring semester. Pell funds will be awarded based on number of credits enrolled
  • Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans (available to students who did not borrow grade-level maximum amounts for the 2023-2024 academic year. Students must be enrolled in at least two credits during the summer session to receive this loan.)
  • Direct Federal PLUS Loans (Students must be enrolled in at least two credits to receive this loan.)
  • Private Educational Loans (enrollment requirements are subject to the lender’s discretion).