Summer Session dates:
- 12-week session (FSU 'A', FAMU 'C'): May 13-August 2
- 1st 6-week session (FSU 'B', FAMU 'A'): May 13-June 21
- 2nd 6-week session (FSU 'C', FAMU 'B'): June 24-August 2
Drop/Add Deadline with fee reimbursement:
Students are responsible for dropping any courses that are not needed by drop/add deadline. Courses left on your schedule after the drop/add deadline are fee liable.
- FSU Summer courses
- 12-week: May 16, 2019
- 1st 6-week: May 16, 2019
- 2nd 6-week: June 27, 2019
- FAMU Summer courses
- 12-week: May 17, 2019
- 1st 6-week: May 17, 2019
- 2nd 6-week: June 28, 2019
Course Drop/Withdrawal Deadline:
Note: this summer deadline policy is different than the regular semester course drop/withdrawal policy. Please refer to the Student Guide for the regular semester course drop/withdrawal policy.
- 12-week: July 3rd (Engineering courses only. Non-engineering courses follow university deadlines.)
- 1st 6-week: Follow university guidelines
- 2nd 6-week: Follow university guidelines
Retroactive Course Drops/ Semester Withdrawal Appeals Deadline: June 7th, 2019Did you do poorly in a course due to extenuating circumstances beyond your control? If so, you might consider applying for a retroactive course withdrawal. Please go to www.eng.fsu.edu (Quick Links/Grievance/Appeals Process), or contact the Office of Student Services, B-111, for more information. This will be your last opportunity to request a review of courses taken during the Summer 2018 Semester.
Graduation Application Period: May 20-31, 2019
FAMU StudentsThis is the period to complete the Intent to Graduate Form (available in the Office of Student Services) and submit it to your advisor for review. After this step, you will need to complete an online application through iRattler by July 5, 2019. Visit FAMU's Application for Graduation information for instructions on how to apply for graduation.
FSU StudentsThis is the period to apply for graduation online. Visit FSU's Graduation Application page for instructions on how to apply for graduation.
Additional InformationIt is the student's responsibility to be aware of the prerequisites for any engineering course in which he or she is enrolled. Failure to satisfy course prerequisites may result in cancellation of your course enrollment at any time during the semester with no refund of tuition or fees. To avoid any fee liability, it is the student's responsibility to drop the course on or before the Drop/Add deadlines listed above.