Summer Classes for New Transfer, Adult and Visiting Students

Choose from a variety of courses offered during the day, evening and online. 

Traditional, mostly day-time summer classes are held on our Lincoln campus. Explore traditional summer classes here. 

Most evening and online, non-traditional classes are available at both our Lincoln and Omaha locations. Explore non-traditional summer classes here. 

To apply as a new degree-seeking transfer or adult student, please submit the application for admission.

To register, complete the Visiting Student Enrollment form (PDF).

As a new transfer, adult or visiting student, the cost is $312 per credit hour for undergraduate summer courses except for BSN courses in which the cost is $327 per credit hour.

Summer sessions

1st 5-week: May 14 – June 16
2nd 5-week: June 25 – July 28
8-week: June 4 – July 28
Other courses may be offered in varying dates and session lengths.

Registration timeline for all summer classes

Registration begins April 13 and continues through the registration deadlines listed below.


  Reg/Add/Payment Drop Pass/Fail Withdrawal

1st 5-week

Monday, May 14, 5pm Friday, May 18, 5pm Friday, May 25, 5pm Friday, June 1, 5pm
2nd 5-week Monday, June 25, 5pm Friday, June 29, 5pm Friday, July 6, 5pm Friday, July 13, 5pm
8-week Monday, June 4, 5pm Friday, June 8, 5pm Friday, June 22, 5pm Friday, July 6, 5pm
Other dates see course listing see course listing see course listing see course listing
Arranged Monday, July 15, 5pm Monday, July 15, 5pm    

Enrollment Information – An enrollment specialist will assist you with course registration after we receive your visiting student enrollment form.

Textbook information – Information for each course is available on WebAdvisor Search for Classes and also at the Prairie Wolves' Bookstore website.

Course changes and cancellations – Nebraska Wesleyan reserves the right to add or delete courses from its offering and to change the meeting times, locations, and instructors. Classes enrolling fewer than six students are subject to cancellation.

Refund – Because of the shortened timeframe of the courses, refunds may or may not be available for students who withdraw from a course. Contact the Business Office at 402.465.2115 for details.

Transferring credit back to home institution – Before registering, be sure to share the course description with your home institution to ensure transferability. Once the course is complete, remember to order a transcript.

Campus locations – see maps of our Lincoln and Omaha locations.

Questions about Summer School or To Transfer to NWU, contact

Caitlyn Potter
Assistant Director of Admissions
Transfer, Adult and Graduate Programs
Cell: 402.314.4755 (call or text)
Office: 402.465.7541
cpotter [at]