Summer Semester Helps Students Get Ahead

Caught between the decision of taking classes or going home for the summer, students have a big decision to make as summer and fall advisement approaches.

Students may want to take a step closer to graduation—and stay close to the beaches in Savannah—by picking up credits via summer classes. Students are encouraged to work with their advisors for course selection. Registration is available now. 

More Information about Summer Classes

Another option: Summer Transient Study

Armstrong students may also take classes over the summer at a different institution without transferring and return to Armstrong for the fall semester. This is called transient study, and students who are interested should follow this checklist to get started.

  1. Make an appointment with their assigned academic advisor.
  2. Complete the Undergraduate Transient Permission Form.
  3. Meet with their advisor to decide upon classes that will fit the student’s program of study. The advisor will sign this form if the classes are approved.
  4. You may use the online Transfer Equivalency table as a guide when checking to see if courses are transferrable. Please note that the registrar’s office makes the final determination.
  5. Return the form to Enrollment Services in Victor Hall for processing.  Complete a Consortium Agreement form if you’re planning to use financial aid to pay for the courses.
  6. Submit an admissions packet for transient study to the host school.
  7. At the end of the term, students must submit an official transcript from the host school to the registrar’s office at Armstrong.

For more information, please see the Registrar's Transient Policy page.

Summer Classes