Winter on Alvernia's campus.

2023-24 Winter Session

Winter Session lets you get ahead with a selection of undergraduate and graduate courses. Here is what you need to know to get started:

Class Offerings

Undergraduate and graduate classes are being offered online for learning flexibility.

Classes Begin12/11/2023
Last Day to Add/Drop12/13/2023
Last Day to withdraw without "F"1/2/2024
Last Class Day1/12/2024
Who Can Register for Winter Courses at Alvernia?

Winter Session is open to all Alvernia students, students from other colleges and high schools, adult professionals, and life-long learners. If you are taking a course with us, you’ll also have full access to the library, gym, cafés, and computer labs. Credits are transferable based on the home institution's transfer policy.

Alvernia’s Winter Session is an ideal option for students who:

  • Want to lighten their course load for upcoming semesters
  • Stay on track to complete their degree on time
  • Plan to earn additional credits now to graduate a semester early
  • Retake a previous course
How to register for winter courses

Current Alvernia Students: Current Alvernia University students should register via Self Service. If you are unable to complete registration, contact your advisor for authorization.

Non-Alvernia Students: You don’t have to be admitted to Alvernia to take classes this winter. Our Winter Session is open to students from other colleges, high schools, adult professionals and life-long learners. Guest students can complete a quick and easy online registration form to get started.

Cost and Financial Aid

Cost per credit is $640 for undergraduate courses and $900 per credit for most graduate courses. To find out what financial aid options might be available for you, contact the Office of Student Financial Services by emailing, calling 610-796-8201, or visiting the Student Financial Services page.

Add/Drop/Withdrawal Information

Please consult the Academic Calendar for specific dates that apply to your courses and session. Students withdrawing from a course are still responsible for all tuition charges.