All current New England Law students registering for summer programs at New England Law must complete this form during the summer registration period. Summer school information can be found here.
Please note: If you are enrolled in summer classes while participating in summer FWS, your FWS award during enrollment must be applied towards your summer program cost of attendance (COA) budget reducing your federal/private loan borrowing (as your FWS earnings will assist paying for your living expenses).
Total credits (maximum of 6 credits is allowed):
Total tuition due:
(@ $2,050.00 per credit)
I understand that, as a New England Law | Boston student, I may not use credit earned during the summer to decrease my tuition obligation to New England Law | Boston during any regular semester. If I wish to use summer credit to accelerate my date of graduation, I may do so only with written permission from the dean, which must be requested through the director of student services, and payment of a tuition equalization charge. The tuition equalization charge will be equal to the difference between the amount of regular academic year tuition that I am expected to pay by the accelerated date of graduation and the amount of regular academic year tuition that I would have been expected to pay if I had graduated when originally contemplated. This charge (which excludes summer school tuition) adjusts my tuition to reflect my overall tuition obligation to New England Law | Boston for the J.D. program. If I am a Special Part-time student and enroll in a summer course, I must consult the Office of the Controller to determine the tuition equalization charge.
(Based on Rule A.6 of the Student Handbook: Rules and Regulations)
NOTE: If you are dismissed from New England Law | Boston after the spring semester, you are no longer eligible to continue your summer studies at New England Law | Boston or any of the CILE or non-CILE summer programs. Any grade(s) received from a summer program, will not appear on your transcript and you will not earn any credit for said grade(s).
It is our policy to advise students who request to enroll in a summer program of the potential financial risk they may be taking by enrolling in a summer program before receiving final grades.
You should be aware that most summer programs begin (and sometimes end) before grades are released, which means that there is a possibility that you may be academically dismissed while studying during the summer. If you are dismissed from New England Law | Boston, you will no longer be eligible to continue studies at New England Law or any of the CILE or non-CILE summer programs. If this happens, you are advised to check in immediately with the Office of Financial Aid regarding any loan funds used for the summer program. Any grade(s) received from a summer program will not appear on your transcript, and you will not earn credit for those grade(s). Summer grades cannot be used during the readmission petition process. In addition, you should be aware that the tuition paid for summer credits does not reduce the amount of tuition owed to New England Law | Boston during the regular academic year. (Refer to Rules A.6.b. and A.8. in the Student Handbook.)
Students who are academically dismissed are no longer eligible for federal loan funds. Any federal loan funds that have been disbursed for a summer session will have to be returned in full to the Department of Education. The return of summer funding will result in a balance owed to New England Law | Boston if you were issued excess funds in the form of a refund check in addition to tuition and fees paid for study abroad, CILE and non-CILE summer programs. Dismissal may also impact the date you will be required to enter repayment on any outstanding student loans; the last date of attendance for enrollment reporting purposes will be the last date of the exam period for the previous semester. Students who are academically dismissed for grades earned in a previous semester will be responsible for all federal loans borrowed and charges incurred including full tuition and fees.