Summer School 2022

Enroll in Summer Classes Now!

Friends University is pleased to offer select 2022 Summer School courses for only $150 a credit hour! These general education classes will help accelerate your degree plan, will give you early college credits if you are just beginning your college career, and are being offered at an extremely reasonable price! Major courses will be offered at $250 a credit hour during summer sessions.

To view our list of 2022 summer school courses, download the summer school course offerings PDF.*

*There is a $75 technology fee per course. Some courses may have additional fees.

General Education Requirements can be viewed on the General Education page.

Enroll

To enroll for summer school courses, visit Falcon Hub if you are a current Friends University student.  Students should meet with your academic advisor to plan your classes.

If you are a new student, please contact our admissions department at  admissions@friends.edu or call 800-577-2233 or 316-295-5100.  New students will need to complete an application to the university (high school or home school students apply as a high school guest student; college students at another institution who are enrolling for a few select classes enroll as special, non-degree seeking).

If you would like to review the course description, you can look up courses in our Academic Catalog.  The catalog can be adjusted for each academic year that ends with the summer session.  Each new catalog begins in August.

If you would like to check course availability or seats remaining in a class you may visit Self Service Banner and click “Course Offerings”.

Summer School Course Offerings

To view our list of 2022 summer school courses, download the summer school course offerings PDF.

To view our list of 2022 summer school courses, download the summer school course offerings PDF.*

Financial Aid for Summer School

Friends University degree-seeking students may qualify for financial aid for summer classes.  New students to the university, either students recently graduating high school or new transfer students, should contact the Admissions Office or Financial Aid Office for detailed information.  Summer is the start of a new financial aid term, which means it requires the new FAFSA year.