St. Francis College Summer Session 2020

Summer Sessions Online

Get ahead, Catch up or Explore

Beyond coursework, St. Francis College offers a range of summer educational opportunities for new and returning students, as well as future Terriers.


Get ahead in your degree, catch up or explore a new subject during Summer Sessions at SFC! Current students can explore courses on Web Advisor for the remainder of the summer.

Enhance your college experience by discovering a new subject area through challenging coursework. Take GE or major courses to accelerate your degree progress and graduate faster. Classes will not meet on-campus due to COVID-19. All three summer sessions will be online.

  • Summer I: June 1 – June 25*

  • Summer II: July 6 – July 30*

  • Summer III: August 3 – August 27

*Some sections have different dates, see WebAdvisor for details.

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For Incoming Students



Summer Jumpstart

Academic Enhancement Center Workshops

Project Access Summer Bridge Program

Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)

Students from groups underrepresented in STEM and other licensed professional fields -- including African-Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, American Indians or Alaskan natives, and those who are economically disadvantaged -- and who plan to pursue those professions can take part in a statewide program in which they receive supplemental training and support during all their years at St. Francis College, including over the summer.

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Summer Science Academy (July 6 - 17)

With direction from St. Francis College science faculty, high school students receive hands-on scientific learning through special projects and opportunities for exploration.

*All seats for the summer science academy have been filled. If you have a sincere interest in participating in this program, please contact the admissions office at and we will let you know if seats become available.


College Connection (August 3 - 27)

Rising high school seniors can enroll in a three-credit online course, Coping with Stress, and learn stress management techniques, problem solving techniques and time management skills that can help them with the daunting college admissions process.


  • New incoming and visiting students, contact: The Center for Student Success at 718-489-5456
  • Continuing students may discuss registration for summer with their academic department advisor or an advisor in the Center for Student Success.
  • Have Questions? Email us at or call us at 718-489-3443