Explore our summer course offerings
Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough semesters in college to fit everything in? UNE has a solution. Through our flexible Summer Session, you may opt for online or on-campus courses (available in six-week and 12-week formats) that will help you meet your academic goals and keep you on track for your graduation date and/or admission to grad school. Opt for the convenience of online learning, or enjoy the beautiful Maine summer on our seaside campus.
You will have a different selection of courses available to you depending on whether you are a current UNE on-campus student, a current UNE Online student, or entirely new to UNE.
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Why Take Summer Courses at UNE
There are so many reasons to attend Summer Session at UNE:
- Get some pre-health profession program requisite courses out of the way
- Lighten your academic load for next year
- Complete core requirements
- Get ahead in your major or minor
- Enjoy the luxury of focusing solely on a single challenging course
- Keep your academic momentum going
- Explore a new area of interest
Whatever your reason for taking summer courses, and whichever program and format you choose — online or on campus; six week or 12 week — you’ll benefit from the expert faculty and personalized instruction that UNE is known for.
Get to Know UNE
The University of New England is Maine’s largest private university, with two beautiful coastal campuses in Maine, a one-of-a-kind study-abroad campus in Tangier, Morocco, and an array of flexible online offerings. In an uncommonly welcoming and supportive community, we offer hands-on learning, empowering students to make a positive impact in a world full of challenges. We are the state’s top provider of health professionals and home to Maine’s only medical and dental colleges, a variety of other interprofessionally aligned health care programs, and nationally recognized degree paths in the marine sciences, the natural and social sciences, business, the humanities, and the arts.