MAYmester 2019 Dates: May 6-17

Get ready for MAYmester 2019!  Complete a 3 credit course in two weeks.  These courses will be available for priority registration starting February 11th.  Open registration begins February 25.

For community members and those who are not degree-seeking students, use the Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning Online Registration Form to enroll.


Registration - Non Degree-seeking Students

Find course information (CRN, course name, number, and section) below.

Complete the online registration form linked above.

Registration - Continuing Students

Find course CRN below. 

Log into UAOnline to register for MAYmester classes.

Questions? Contact Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning.

Phone 907-474-7021 / / 216 Eielson Building

2019 MAYmester Courses

ANTH 100X F91 – Individual, Society, and Culture
CRN 51331
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Course Syllabus

Taught by R. Shoaps

ART 200X F91 – Explorations in Art
CRN 51338
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 8 am – 12:30 pm
Course Syllabus
Taught by J. Peña

EMS F150 F91– Wilderness Emergency Care
CRN 51339
May 13-21, Monday-Sunday, 8 am – 12 pm.
Taught by: D. Ajango

EMS F154 F91– ETT Refresher: Wilderness First Responder
CRN 51340
May 9-11, Thursday-Saturday, 8 am – 12 pm
Taught by: D. Ajango

JUST F300X F91 Ethics and Justice 
CRN 51341
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 9 am-1 pm
Course Syllabus
Taught by: R. Duke

LS F101X-F91 Library Information & Research 
CRN 51342
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 10 am-11:30 am
Course Syllabus
Taught by: D. Rinio

MSL F695 F91 Machine Learning in the Environmental Sciences 
CRN 51833
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 9 am-1:00 pm
Taught by R. Eric Collins

MUS F200X F91 Explorations in Music 
CRN 51343
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 9 am-1:30 pm
Course Syllabus
Taught by J. Celaire

PS F100x F91 – Political Economy 
CRN 51345
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 10 am-3 pm
Course Syllabus
Taught by J. Speight

PS F300x F91 Ethics and Society 
CRN 51344
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 10 am-3 pm
Course Syllabus
Taught by Alexander Hirsch

SPAN F203 F91 Si Si! Summer Intensive Spanish Immersion 
CRN 51346
May 6-17, Monday-Friday, 8 am – 12:30 pm
Course Syllabus
Taught by Marina Cuzovic-Severn


2019 MAYmester Faculty Directory

Ajango, Deb - Lecturer in Emergency Medical Services -

Collins, Roy - Assistant Professor -

Cuzovic-Severn, Marina - Assistant Professor of Spanish -

Duke, Rob - Assistant Professor of Justice -

Hardy, Sarah - Associate Professor -

Hirsch, Alexander - Associate Professor of Political Science -

Lazarus, Jason - Lecturer in Journalism -

Peña, Jess - Lecturer in Art -

Raymond, Wendel -

Rinio, Deborah - Program Coordinator/Curriculum Developer -

Shoaps, Robin - Assistant Professor -

Speight, Jeremy - Assistant Professor of Political Science -

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many credits can I take during MAYmester?
A: Limit of three.

Q: Are MAYmester credits counted in my total summer credit load?
A: Yes.

Q: What if MAYmester causes a credit overload in my summer schedule?
A: Banner will not accept a registration that creates a credit overload without prior authorization. It is understood that a MAYmester course is offered in a separate time frame from other summer courses, but Banner doesn't see it that way. To get overload permission entered into Banner to take a MAYmester course, students can email with their student ID and the requested MAYmester course name and CRN. It is helpful to put "MAYmester Credit Overload" in the subject line. Call 907-474-7500 for additional information.

Q: What about housing during MAYmester?
A: Dorm space will be available during MAYmester for spring students only. Check with the Office of Residence Life for more information. 474-7247.

Q: When is payment due?
A: Payment is due the first day of class, May 7.

Q: What about dates and deadlines for MAYmester?
A: May 7 - Last day to register and attendance is required.  Last day for drop with 100% refund.
May 14 - Last day for student or faculty initiated withdrawal or change to audit with instructor permission.

Q: How do I get prepared for the first class?
A: The first day of a MAYmester course is like the first week of a semester length course. In order to be prepared for the rapid pace of the course, reading is usually required prior to the start of class. The pre-course assignment can be found in the course syllabus.

Q: Do employee tuition waivers work for MAYmester?
A: Yes.

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