Summer Session

UCI Summer Session offers more than 800 courses across 70 academic disciplines each summer, including a wide variety of online classes. It is comprised of three different sessions:

  • Session I and the 10 Week session generally begin in late June and typically finish the last week of July and the end of August, respectively.
  • Summer Session II usually begins in early August and ends in early September.

Summer Session also offers numerous special programs, including summer programs for incoming freshmen and transfer students, a visiting student program for international students, and a leadership development program.

I'm enrolled for summer session but not a UCI student. Do I get a UCInetID?

Yes. All Summer Session students receive an 8-digit UCI Student ID number which they can use to activate their UCInetID.

I'm having trouble logging in to the Summer Session website with my UCInetID.

The Summer Session website will only allow current UCI students to sign in with their UCInetID; however, if you are an incoming student, a continuing student, or a former student/alumni, the Summer Session office will be able to grant you access. Please contact them at (949) 824-3300 or summer-session@uci.edu for assistance, as the OIT Help Desk does not have the ability to grant you access to their system.

I'm having trouble logging in to the Summer Session website with my Alternate Login.

Non-matriculating students who enrolled with a personal email address (aka Alternate Login) should contact Summer Session at (949) 824-3300 or summer-session@uci.edu for login assistance, as the OIT Help Desk does not have the ability to confirm which email address you used to create your account or reset your password.

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If you're still having trouble, feel free to open a ticket. When doing so, please provide the following:

  • Your full name
  • Your UCInetID (the first part of your email address, not your ID number)
  • A detailed description of the issue

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