Western Washington University 2022 Summer Session Available In-Person and Online for Students

Western Washington University offers Summer Session courses to all current Western students and community members.

Summer Session is a great opportunity to get ahead in classes for early graduation, and to enjoy smaller classes with more access to faculty. Choose from a variety of course options, including on campus, online, field study and faculty-led study abroad.

Registration for Summer Session opens on May 3, 2022. There are two general sessions with different dates. The six-week session runs from June 21 through July 29. The nine-week session runs from June 21 through August 19. Additionally, select courses can be offered in an intensive format with specified dates. Most summer classes are offered in a concentrated format.

There are a number of benefits of attending Summer Session at Western, including:

  • Shorter term options allow you to complete credits while still having time to enjoy summer
  • Smaller class sizes with increased student-faculty interaction
  • Unique summer-only offerings
  • Less competition to get a seat in popular courses that fill quickly during the normal academic year

There are 13 online, drop-in Summer Session Q&A sessions through May 26. Sessions will be held Mondays at 9:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. Registration and a full list of session dates is available on the Summer Session drop-in Q&A page

25 undergraduate students will be chosen to receive a $1,000 scholarship for Summer Session courses during 2022. The online application is available now! Submission deadline is April 11. Learn more and apply on the Summer Session scholarship page.

For more information on Summer Session call (360) 650-3308 or visit summer.wwu.edu.

Summer Session is intended for all participants, including those with visible or invisible disabilities. For disability accommodation(s) (such as ASL interpretation, etc.) please contact Outreach and Continuing Education at (360) 650-3308 or OCE@wwu.edu. Advanced notice is appreciated and sometimes necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.