Summer Sessions: A Key to Transfer Student Success

What's Happening?

Upcoming Dates


Campus Videos

Course Offerings!

Course offerings list is now available! Please visit our Courses page for more information.

Student Testimonials

"I plan on taking Summer Session 1 because I want to complete my engineering prerequisites. This will allow me to jump right into my core classes next year."  – John Seymour, 2nd year, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Want to know the pros and cons of taking Summer Sessions? Check out what the Roving Reporter had to say!

April 28: Registration Begins

Course registration begins. Please log into myucdavis  to view your registration appointment time on April 21. For UC Davis students: Summer Sessions registration is the same as registering for your courses during the academic year.

May 3: Open Registration

Open registration begins.

March 1: Application Available

The Summer Sessions application is now available! For general information, visit the Apply page.

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Campus Tours!

Interested in taking a campus tour?

You can register for a group tour or see a virtual tour of our campus!

Popular Courses

There are a variety of popular courses that students take during the academic year that are also offered during Summer 2014:

  • ARE 100A: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ARE 155: Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions
  • BIS 101: Genes & Gene Expression
  • CMN 101: Communication Theories
  • FST 010: Food, Folklore, & Health
  • PSC 001: General Psychology
  • MAT 021A, B, & C: Calculus
  • MAT 017A, B, & C: Calculus for BioSci

Hard-to-Get Courses

Having trouble getting into your major required courses during the school year? These courses are being offered in Summer 2014:

  • BIS 002A, B, & C: Introduction to Biology
  • BIS 102: Structure and Function of Biomolecules
  • BIS 104: Cell Biology
  • CHE 002A, B, & C: General Chemistry
  • CMN 001: Intro to Public Speaking
  • CMN 003: Interpersonal Communication Competence
  • MAT 016A, B, & C: Short Calculus
  • MAT 022A: Linear Algebra
  • MAT 022B: Differential Equations
  • NPB 101L: Systemic Physiology Lab
  • PHY 007A, B, & C: General Physics
  • PHY 009A, B, & C: Classical Physics
  • UWP 102A, 104A, B, D, E, & F: Writing