Summer School

 

Summer Session 2021 is coming soon! If you are receiving institutional need-based aid during the academic year, no separate summer financial aid application is required.

Students may receive aid for up to two summer sessions during their time at Duke. (If you attended summer school during Summer 2020, your eligibility might differ somewhat; please see below.)


Duke Summer Session

 


Summer Cost Determination

To determine your summer session aid, you can multiply your annual parent contribution (displayed in DukeHub) by 25% and subtract that from the summer session cost of attendance. The difference is the amount of aid you'll receive from Duke for one summer session. To calculate your cost of attendance, you can use the charts below.

2021 Summer Session

Costs & Budget Estimates

 

For students living off campus:

Expense Type Cost
Laboratory course $3,200
Non-lab course $2,500
1/2-credit class $1,250
1/4-credit class $625
Student Health Fee $151
The following costs are considered when creating your financial aid offer but are not billed by Duke  
Living & Personal Expenses 1 session* $1,522
Books/Supplies (per course)* $179

*Note: These figures represent averages and estimates. Your actual cost may vary since these costs are not billed by Duke for Summer 2021.

For students living on campus:

Expense Type Cost
Laboratory course $3,200
Non-lab course $2,500
1/2-credit class $1,250
1/4-credit class $625
Student Health Fee $151
Student Services Fee $131
Housing $1,680 (double)/ $2,220 (single)
Standard Meal Plan $990
The following costs are considered when creating your financial aid offer but are not billed by Duke  
Books/Supplies (per course)* $179
Personal expenses* $494

 

Note: Aid offers will contain $950 in work study for domestic students

 


Summer 2021 FAQs