Register for Summer Classes

Gain an edge over the competition this summer by starting a minor, certificate or cognate added to your declared major. Summer session allows you to enrich your area of study and give you the freedom to develop the skills in a subject that can broaden your career options. For more information on how to apply to minors, undergraduate certificates, graduate certificates or cognates, please contact your advisor.

Join more than 7,000 BGSU students who take advantage of Summer Session to speed up completion of their degree, ease their course load, and benefit from smaller classes. 

Summer Session provides you with the flexibility and variety you need to stay on track. Choose from the extensive schedule of undergraduate and graduate courses offered in 3 to 8 weeks.

Bowling Green & Firelands Campus (2020)

3-Week Session: May 20 – June 10
12-Week Session: May 20 – August 14
First 6-Week Session: May 20 – July 1
8-Week Session: June 22 – August 14
Second 6-Week Session: July 6 – August 14

On-campus housing will not be available for 2020 summer sessions. The Office of Residence Life will no longer be offering summer housing during the 2020 Summer Semester. If you are in need of a place to stay off-campus this summer, we encourage you to reach out to Off-Campus Student Services and use their online resources to assist you.

BELONG.

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By taking classes in the summer you’ll experience smaller class sizes with more opportunities to connect with your classmates and your professors.

My professor did a good job teaching the course, and having a small class size and only focusing on one class made it very easy to learn the materials. – Junior  

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STAND OUT.

Give yourself the competitive advantage of taking more advanced courses in the fall and spring by completing general education courses (BGPs) over the summer.

I took summer classes to get classes I had to take done faster, to make room for classes that I really wanted to take during the normal school year. – Sophomore  

GO FAR.

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Participating in an internship, study abroad trip or research project while taking a class or two online over the summer can set you up to graduate early and begin your career sooner.

Everything was easy to do and well done. I learned a lot in my internship and the university made it extremely easy to communicate and complete my school work from off campus. – Junior  

Any student who has a valid BGSU e-mail account may register for summer classes on the web using MyBGSU.

View full listings of registration system hours and dates of availability.

Those students without BGSU e-mail accounts (such as new undergraduate Guests, former students, Graduate Non-degree students, Graduate degree-seeking students) will be sent instructions on how to sign up for their BGSU e-mail account on-line once their application has been submitted.

When the BGSU email account is obtained, the student may register on the web using MyBGSU, Student Services Center. If a student wishes to submit a registration request form for summer, this is possible beginning March 2, 2020 by using the link below.

Undergraduate Guest students and Graduate Non-Degree students should submit their application prior to the start of registration. Former undergraduate students need to apply online for Readmission. Any of these forms can be mailed or faxed (419-372-7977) to the Office of Registration and Records, 110 Administration Building, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH 43402.

For further information, send email to: Registrar@bgsu.edu .

Please include your name, BGSU I.D. number, and contact information.

Last Updated: 11/6/19