Current Mizzou Students
Enroll through myZou according to your enrollment appointment time if:
- you are an undergraduate student who was enrolled at MU in the spring semester OR
- you are a graduate student who was enrolled spring or the previous fall
To find summer session online courses:
- Browse the list of courses on the previous page; click on the name of the course you want to take. Note: there is an enrollment "how-to" link on this page.
- Note the five-digit class number for the course you want to take; then
- Visit myZou and type that class number into the search box and then follow the prompts to add that course to your summer schedule.
Note: Another way to find a list of self-paced online courses in myZou, is to use advanced search options to select one of the following "sessions" from the pull-down menu.
- Select "Self-paced Eight-week," or
- Select "Self-paced 9mnth max to finish"
Some semester-based courses have in-person proctored exams. For logistical reasons, students in 8-week classes must utilize testing sites within the continental United States. Review the details for the course you want to take to determine if it requires proctored exams.
Some self-paced online courses require in-person proctored exams.
Students from other colleges/universities
Mizzou's online summer courses are great for transferring to your home institution. Follow these steps:
- Apply for non-degree admission (permits you to take our courses). See below for application links.
- Submit a copy of your transcript (can be an unofficial copy) from your current institution. The transcript must include the name of the school and either your GPA or an indication that you are "in good standing" at that institution.
- When admitted as a non-degree or post-baccalaureate student, we will notify you and supply you with the log-in credentials you will need to use the myZou enrollment system.
- Visit the myZou for first-time users website for guidance.
- To find the course you want in myZou, you will need to note the five-digit class number of the course you want to take this summer from the list on the previous page and use that number for the search. Note: there is an enrollment "how-to" link on this page.
- Use to take an undergraduate-level course.
- Use to take a graduate-level course. Must have a bachelor's degree already from a regionally accredited institution.
Note: application links work best in Internet Explorer (IE) 8 or 9; see other compatible browsers.
Fees are determined by the Board of Curators in April or May of each year. Fees for summer 2017 have not been determined. Fee information is at cashiers.missouri.edu