Winter Session

Winter Session

Winter Course Scheduling

Online scheduling now available!

How winter session works ...

  • Concentrated classes in an 18-day period
  • One hour 55 minute classes, Monday through Friday
  • Focus on one course at a time
  • Students say it helps with tough courses
  • Courses transferable to many universities - check with your school to be sure

Winter Credit Limitations

There is a maximum of seven credits during the winter term.

Winter Session Coordinator

Karen Murtin,
143 Student Services Center

Winter Session Dates

Dec. 17 – 21, 2018 (5 days)
Jan. 2 – 4, 2019 (3 days)
Jan. 7 - 11, 2019 (5 days)
Jan. 14 – 18, 2019 (5 days)

(*) Consideration for weather cancellation dates – Saturdays, Jan. 5 and 12, 2019


Winter Tuition and Fees

Tuition - Undergraduate Pennsylvania Resident $322 per credit
Tuition - Undergraduate Non-resident $805 per credit
Tuition - Graduate Pennsylvania Resident $516 per credit
Tuition - Graduate Pennsylvania Resident - Doctor of Nursing Practice Program (DNP) $593 per credit
Tuition - Graduate Non-resident $774 per credit
Tuition - Graduate Non-resident - Doctor of Nursing Practice Program (DNP) $890 per credit
Technology Tuition Fee - PA Resident $20 per credit – Undergraduate $28 per credit - Graduate
Technology Tuition Fee - Non PA Resident $30 per credit - Undergraduate $40 per credit - Graduate
Student Success Fee $26.75 per credit
Academic Enhancement Fee $34.25 per credit for undergrad, $68.50 per credit for grad (Master’s), $91.25 per credit (Doctoral & Graduate Professional)
Registration Transcript Fee $5
Meals - 14 meal plan - WINTER SESSION ONLY $76 per week


» Miscellaneous fees and charges

Financial Aid

Students should be aware that there is no separate disbursement of financial aid for the winter session. Credits taken during the winter session are combined with spring credits to determine eligibility and any aid awarded for the winter and spring sessions will be disbursed during the spring semester.

Please note that if a student applies for a federal direct or PLUS loan for the winter and spring sessions, the student must be enrolled during the spring semester to be eligible.

Students who enroll during the winter session and are not eligible for federal aid may still apply for an alternative student loan to assist with these costs. Students who wish to apply for winter financial aid should schedule an appointment with Financial Aid Staff once they have scheduled winter courses.

Winter Session

Residence Halls and Campus Apartments

Only students who live in Montgomery Place Apartments, Mount Olympus Apartment, Kozloff Apartments and Elwell Hall will be permitted to remain on campus for winter session. Temporary housing may be available in Elwell Hall but is not guaranteed and, if available, is limited availability. Students wishing to enroll in winter courses who reside on campus in buildings other than MPA, MOA, Kozloff apartments or Elwell will have the option to enroll in online courses or commute from another address.