Bryn Mawr offers summer courses in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Biochemistry. These courses are offered during two five-week sessions. Although many of the students in these courses come from the Bryn Mawr Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program, there are also Bryn Mawr undergraduates and students from other colleges in the Organic Chemistry Course.
|Tuition||$ 3,950 per course|
|Lab Fee||$ 50 per course per session|
|Comprehensive Fee||$ 25 per session|
An on-campus residence hall is available for a limited number of summer school students. A full session commitment is required for the on-campus housing. Room and board is the only available option and is billed on a full session basis. If you wish to live in on-campus housing during summer school, please check the appropriate box on the registration form by the registration deadline.
|Session I||May 29 - July 3||$1,725|
|Note: Meal plan begins on Monday June 3. Session I has 5 days without meals.|
|Session II||July 8 - August 10||$1,825|
|July 3 - August 10||$2,190
Includes the extra week of room/board
The total cost of housing for both sessions of summer school will be $3,915.
Note: Includes room/board between sessions I and II
The deadline for housing requests is April 15. Requests received after that date will be considered on a space available basis.
A $100 cancellation fee will be assessed for withdrawal from summer housing between April 16 and May 1. Additional fees may be assessed for withdrawal after May 2. Please email Marian Brill (email@example.com) if your plans change and you no longer require on-campus housing. Confirmation for summer housing will be sent before Summer School starts.
Laboratories will be held on the first day of class.
It is not necessary to purchase books prior to the first class.
Library services are available at the Canaday Library, the Carpenter Library and the Collier Science Library.
Parking is available on campus in designated lots.
The Bryn Mawr academic community is governed by an honor code by which all students are expected to abide. A copy of the honor code can be found at
In conformity with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, it is also the policy of Bryn Mawr College not to discriminate on the basis of sex in its employment practices, educational programs or activities. The admission of only women in the Undergraduate College is in conformity with a provision of the Civil Rights Act. The provisions of Title IX protect students and employees from all forms of illegal sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual violence, in College programs and activities.
Inquiries regarding compliance with this legislation and other policies regarding nondiscrimination may be directed to the Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator, who administers the College’s procedures, at 610-526-7630 or at firstname.lastname@example.org .