Winter Term

Winter Session

Winter Term

December 16, 2013 - January 17, 2014

How winter classes work:

  • Concentrated classes in an 18 day period
  • One hour 55 minute classes, Monday through Friday
  • Focus on one course at a time
  • Students say it helps with tough courses
  • Courses transferable to many universities - check with yours to be sure

Winter Credit Limitations

There is a maximum of 3 credits allowed, with exceptions made by the Department Chairperson and College Dean.

Scheduling Winter 2013 Classes

Scheduling begins November 1. Current BU Students Schedule classes as you normally do in ISIS.

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Tuition and Fees

In State - $828 and fees $137.75 for a total of $965.75 per 3 credit course.

Out of State - $2070 and fees $161.75 for a total of $2231.75 per 3 credit course.

Residence hall and campus apartment students interested in enrolling for a winter session course

Students who live in Montgomery Place Apartments, Mount Olympus Apartments and Kozloff Apartments will be permitted to remain on campus and charged a weekly housing rate.

Students currently living in Elwell Hall, our 12 month residence hall, will be permitted to remain on campus. If you need temporary housing, there will be limited space available in Elwell Hall. 

Students residing in the Kile Apartments will NOT be permitted to stay for any reason in their apartment for the Winter Session/Break.

There will be food service available on campus for the Winter Session/Break at the following locations:

  • Scranton Commons will be open Dec 16-20 (brunch and dinner)
  • Monty’s will be open Jan 2-17, 2014

Students who request to stay for the Winter Session/Break will need to sign an Interim Housing Agreement. All students residing in Elwell or one of the open apartment complexes will be charged a weekly housing rate.  Meal plan subscribers will be charged at the 14 meal weekly rate.


Change in Plans after Scheduling?

Visiting/Non-Degree students who officially enroll in classes are responsible for notifying the Academic Advisement Center, Martin Lacayo, in writing or by e-mail if they're not going to take the class. This notification must be done within the first day of classes. Students who fail to notify Martin Lacayo in writing will be assessed all tuition and related charges up to and including the date Lacayo is notified. Note: If student has already begun a class and wishes to withdraw, an online withdrawal must be done. Instruction located at