In the Now: June FAQs

As the school year rolls on different situations and questions arise.  As a result, our more frequently asked questions for each month will be posted below.  If you do not see a topic covered, please review our Frequently Asked Questions page or feel free to e-mail us at


To stay up to date on all upcoming dates and deadlines, please check out our UMparent calendar

June 1: Deadline for students to cancel Fall Residential Hall Room Reservation
June 3: First Day of Classes (1st & Full Summer Semester)
June 4: Last Day to Add or Change Section (1st & Full Summer Semester)
June 9: Last Day to Drop a Class without a W (1st summer session)
June 16: Last Day to Drop a Class without a W (Full Summer Session)

June 16: Father's Day
June 17: Last Day to Drop a Class - No refund; "W" Grade is Assigned (Full Summer Session)
June 24-27: Frosh Camp Session IJune 30: Deadline to Complete all financial aid requirements
July 2: Last Day of Classes (1st Summer Semester)
July 4: University Closed in Observance of Independence Day
July 8: First Day of Classes (2nd Summer Session)


Students can register for the summer classes when they register for Fall semester classes.  The university offers a wide range of classes for our students during the summer. 

For more information on the class offerings, please click here.

Housing is available for students enrolled in classes during the summer semester.  For more information on how students can signup for summer housing, please visit the Residence Life website.


Frosh Camp is an opportunity to help new students to prepare for their transition to college.  It is also a wonderful introduction to the University and to being a Tiger!  There are three 4 day sessions offered in June, July and August. For more information, visit the Frosh Camp website. Please register early as the sessions do fill quickly.

  • Session I: June 24 - 27, 2019
  • Session II: July 22 - 25, 2019
  • Session III: August 12 - 15, 2019


Do you want to know what is going on on-campus from a student point of view?  Read the student newspaper, published once a week during the summer, at The Daily Helmsman website.