Registration Open for 2021 Intersession and Summer Session Courses

Students are now able to browse and register for Intersession and Summer Session courses which will be delivered remotely/online. There is a range of courses available with each course designed with flexible delivery models that may be appealing to your schedule. These courses help to fulfill Bachelor of Arts majors, minors, and group credit requirements or a required teachable for admission to the School of Education:  

  • Anthropology 
  • Biology/STS
  • English 
  • Environment and Society  
  • Fine Arts 
  • Gerontology 
  • History 
  • Human Rights 
  • Native Studies 
  • Political Science 
  • Psychology 
  • Social Work 
  • Sociology 
  • Spanish 

Intersession courses will take place April 26 to June 17, 2021 while Summer Session courses will take place June 28 to August 6, 2021. Please note the start and end dates listed on each course to determine exact course dates.  


Current students who are registered in the 2020-21 academic year do not need to re-apply and may proceed directly to registering for courses through WebAdvisor. 

Browse Intersession and Summer Session 2021 course offerings: 



New students must be admitted to a program of study before registering. Information on the application process is available at Future Student Admission or by contacting the Admissions Office at 452-0532 or


Visiting students coming from another university, taking courses at STU for transfer credit back to their home institution, should, in addition to seeking admission, provide the Registrar’s Office with a letter of permission from their home institution.  You will register at STU as non-degree students.

Registration Steps


The list of course offerings is available at or by viewing on WebAdvisor.


Students can register for Intersession or Summer Session courses online using the WebAdvisor system.The term 21/I1 represents Intersession (May to June) and 21/I2 represents Summer Session (July to August). Please note the start and end dates listed on each course to determine exact course date.


Payment of tuition fees must be made at Financial Services (GMH 103) prior to the start of classes.

Cost (including all fees) for Canadian students are as follows.

  • 3 credit-hour course $732.00 + $30.00 fees = $762.00
  • 6 credit-hour course $1,464.00 = $60.00 fees = $1,524.00

Cost (including all fees) for International students are as follows.

  • 3 credit-hour course $1,488.00 + $30.00 fees = $1,518.00
  • 6 credit-hour course $2,976.00 + $60.00 fees = $3,036.00

Note: Audit (non-credit) option available at half fees

Note:  Applicants sixty years or older are eligible for a rebate of 50% of normal tuition fees.


Students who were not full-time during the 2019-2020 academic year may be eligible for part-time awards. For details on the Scoudouc River Continuing Education Awards for part-time students, please ask at the Registrar’s Office

Program Approval

All students should ensure that their choice of courses is approved for their degree or certificate program. For information on prerequisites and any other registration restrictions, please consult the online academic calendar and/or check with the chair of the relevant department.

Course Load

Students are limited to a maximum course load of twelve credit hours in Intersession (May - June) and twelve credit hours in Summer Session (July - August).

Changes in Registration

Students can withdraw online anytime before the start of courses. After the start of classes, students are required to notify the Registrar’s Office in writing if they withdraw from a course. No withdrawals will be accepted after 10 hours of scheduled class meetings. Partial refunds should be arranged with Financial Services. No refunds will be issued for withdrawal from courses after the deadline for academic penalty.