Summer saves dollars and makes sense!
Graduate in Four
Taking summer classes is a great way to help ensure that you stay on track to graduate in four years (or less)! As Dr. Blaine McCormick explains, graduating in four years instead of five could be worth up to $100,000!!!
By working with an advisor and doing some thoughtful planning, you could save thousands of dollars by taking a few summer courses while attending Baylor. This means more dollars left in your pocket (or lower student loans) if you can graduate early or avoid having to attend one or more extra semesters. Work with an advisor to take an appropriate number of hours each semester and take advantage of your summers to get ahead and stay ahead.
See the bottom of the page for information about how to use your academic scholarship toward your summer tuition if you plan to graduate early.
Discounted Summer Tuition
Once you have maximized the hours you can successfully complete in fall/spring, consider summer classes to take advantage of a 25% tuition rate discount.
Check out the comparison below to see the cost advantage of taking nine hours during summer.
Based on 9 hours 2015-2016
2015 Summer Discounted Rate Difference Tuition $13,635 $10,224 $3,411 General Student Fee 1,440 963 477 $3,888
For more detailed summer cost information click here.
Baylor Undergraduate Academic Scholarships for Summer 2015
Students who entered Baylor as first-time freshmen are eligible to request that one semester of their Baylor academic scholarship be applied to summer 2015 if they are:
- Graduating in summer 2015 or fall 2015 in seven (7) or fewer undergraduate semesters
- Graduating in spring 2016 or later in seven (7) or fewer undergraduate semesters (academic advisor's signature required on request form--see link below).
If you entered Baylor as a transfer student, contact the Student Financial Aid Office at Financial_Aid@baylor.edu.