with the English Department
English majors can enroll without permissions for all of our summer course offerings!
Non-majors can enroll with permission from the department, contact
William.email@example.com for undergraduate course permissions and
firstname.lastname@example.org for graduate course permissions.
Make the Most of Your Summer
- Lighten your fall and spring course loads
- Improve a grade
Fulfill major requirements
- Fulfill SBC requirements
Students attending other colleges and universities frequently enroll in Summer Session
classes as non-matriculated students. We recommend that you check with your academic
advisor at your home campus about the applicability of the courses you select for
your degree program. Need a syllabus for your home institution? Use our
Classie Syllabus Explorer
to download syllabi.
Summer enrollment is very affordable; Stony Brook’s tuition is a fraction of the cost
of private universities.
Visiting students must
apply for non-matriculated status
and then contact the English department for permissions to enroll:
William.email@example.com for undergraduate course permissions and firstname.lastname@example.org for graduate course permissions.
High School Students! Get a jump on college credits
Stony Brook University offers an exciting variety of opportunities for high school students, ranging from genuine hands-on research to credit bearing academic classes that can jump start your college career.
- Stony Brook is one of the most affordable, top-ranked universities in the nation
- Enhance your time management and study skills to be better prepared for college
- Experience what it’s like to attend a major university
If you are a high school student who will complete your junior year in June and your
grade point average is 85 or higher, you may enroll in selected introductory (100-level)
summer courses as a visiting Summer Sessions student. The Department of English is
offering four courses this summer that are open to high school students.
EGL 112 World Lit: Modern/Contemporary - Summer I
EGL 121 Global Film Traditions - Summer I
EGL 130 Literature, Science & Technology - Summer II
EGL 194 Film: Mastering the Movies - Summer II
William.email@example.com for undergraduate course permissions.