Get Ahead
WITH SUMMER CLASSES.

Limestone University's Summer Sessions are a great opportunity to earn additional credits toward your degree, help maintain eligibility requirements, and accelerate your path to graduation. Current Limestone students can take 8-week online courses during two summer sessions.

Main Campus Summer course tuition for Terms 3 and 4 is $780 per 3-hour course.
Online & Evening courses are $801 per 3-hour course in Term 4.

There’s no application fee so it’s easy to get started.
Learn More

Summer 2020 TERM 3
May 4th - June 26th
Last Day to Drop/Add: May 11th

TERM 3 Courses

Summer 2020 TERM 4
June 29th - August 14th
Last Day to Drop/Add - 7/6/2020

TERM 4 Courses

Summer 2020 TERM 4
June 29th - August 14th
Last Day to Drop/Add: July 6th

  • AC207 Financial Accounting
  • AC330 Intermediate Accounting I
  • AC332 Income Tax Accounting
  • AR240 Art Appreciation
  • BA310 Ethical Issues in the Workplace
  • BI114 Human Biology
  • CH125 Edible Experiments
  • CJ301 Principles of Law Enforcement
  • CJ335 Court Theory, Process, Practices
  • CJ350 Criminal Justice Management
  • CS102 Microcomputer Applications
  • CS103 Basic Concepts of Internet & WWWeb
  • CS105 Intro to Computer Science
  • EC203 Microeconomics
  • EN105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
  • EN201 Experiences in Literature
  • HC310 Health Care Information Systems
  • HI111 World Civilization ll
  • HR324 Managing Diversity in the Workplace
  • ID301 Critical Thinking
  • LG315 Business Law I
  • MA116 Mathematics for Business & Economics
  • MA200 Elementary Statistics
  • MG323 Organizational Behavior
  • MK329 Branding
  • MK345 Consumer Behavior
  • MU205 Music Appreciation
  • NU310 Information Management in Nursing Practice
  • PE201 Personal & Community Health
  • PS301 Introduction to Counseling
  • PS303 Health Psychology
  • PS307 Social Psychology
  • PS311 Cognitive Psychology
  • SW206 Sexual Factors
  • SW209 Human Behavior & Social Environment I
  • SW301 Intervention with Individuals
  • SW302 Specialized Groups

For course descriptions see the online Academic Catalog.

Summer 2020 TERM 3
May 4th - June 26th
Last Day to Drop/Add: May 11th

  • AC207 Financial Accounting
  • AC208 Managerial Accounting
  • AC221 Accounting Systems
  • AC331 Intermediate Accounting II
  • AR240 Art Appreciation
  • BA103 Introduction to Business
  • BA104 Personal Money Skills
  • BA310 Ethical Issues in the Workplace
  • CH125 Edible Experiments
  • CJ201 Intro to Criminal Justice
  • CJ210 Introduction to Private Security
  • CJ330 Corrections
  • CJ340 Criminal Procedures
  • CJ350 Criminal Justice Management
  • CS102 Microcomputer Applications
  • CS103 Basic Concepts of Internet & WWW
  • CS105 Intro to Computer Science
  • EC203 Microeconomics
  • EC204 Macroeconomics
  • EN101 Freshman Composition
  • EN105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
  • EN201 Experiences in Literature
  • EN311 Studies in African-American Literature
  • FI312 Business Finance
  • FI334 Investments
  • FI340 International Finance
  • HC304 Health Care Economics
  • HC410 HC Quality Management & Outcome Analysis
  • HI110 World Civilization l
  • HI112 US History I
  • HR303 Compensation and Benefits
  • HR305 Organizational Development
  • ID201 Transition Success
  • ID301 Critical Thinking
  • LG315 Business Law I
  • LG317 Legal Issues in Technology
  • MA116 Mathematics for Business & Economics
  • MA200 Elementary Statistics
  • MG300 Principles of Management
  • MG326 Principles of Project Management
  • MG346 Sales Management
  • MK300 Principles of Marketing
  • MK343 Principles of Advertising
  • MU205 Music Appreciation
  • NU305 Health Assessment and promotion for RNs
  • PE201 Personal & Community Health
  • PS101 Introduction to Psychology
  • PS105 Psychology of Adjustment
  • PS204 Human Growth & Development
  • PS302 Systems & Theories of Counseling & Psychotherapy
  • PS305 Learning and Memory
  • PS320 Exceptional Child
  • SW205 Human Behavior and the Social Environment 1
  • SW208 Human Behavior & Social Environment ll
  • SW210 Interpersonal Violence
  • SW212 Child Maltreatment
  • SW230 Social Work Ethics

For course descriptions see the online Academic Catalog.

Costs & Aid

Day Students who are Pell eligible have opportunities to receive additional funding for summer classes provided they are enrolled at least half time (6 hours). The summer amounts do not affect the amounts received during the upcoming academic year as long as the student has not reached their lifetime award limit. Please reach out to the Financial Aid Office at 1-800-795-7151 ext. 8231 or via email at financialaid@limestone.edu to check your eligibility status.

Save Your Spot

Current Limestone Day Campus students are encouraged to log-in to their LU Portal to claim their summer session classes. Students are urged to sign-up as early as possible because classes will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Student should connect with their faculty advisors to build and finalize their schedules.

LU Portal