Summer registration for visiting college students is now open.
You don’t have to be a Forester to enroll in Lake Forest College’s 2021 Summer Session. Take advantage of our open undergraduate enrollment and summer scholarships. And by all means, check out the beach.
We offer need-based grant packages to Visiting Students enrolled full-time at another undergraduate institution seeking a transfer credit toward a degree.
Visiting Students can receive a Lake Forest College Summer Session grant toward the cost of a Summer Session course or independent study. This grant can significantly discount tuition for a four-credit experience. Each Lake Forest College course is equivalent to 4.0 semester hours. Lake Forest College internships are not available to Visiting Students.
To qualify, students must demonstrate financial need. Students will indicate their interest on the registration form once it’s released. You will receive an email with information on your summer financial grant eligibility no later than one week prior to the start of each summer term.
Summer tuition is $3,300 per four-credit course or internship. Grants range from $1,300 - $2,300, based on 2020-2021 FAFSA need.
Note: We will ask for the results of your 2020-2021 FAFSA to determine your summer grant eligibility at Lake Forest College. Please add Lake Forest College to your FAFSA results (click here to find out how). Our federal school code is 001706. Once we receive your FAFSA results, we will be able to determine your eligibility.
|Summer 1 Term:||May 25 - June 18|
|Grant Application Deadline:||May 14|
|Summer 2 Term:||June 21 - July 15|
|Grant Application Deadline:||June 11|
Our Summer Session courses do not have pre-requisites. All courses are open to both Lake Forest College students, high school students, and community members. Check out the calendar.
View the summer schedule.
Other Available Aid Programs
Financial assistance may also be available from the following programs if eligibility requirements are met, and funds are available:
- Federal Pell Grant. Funds are available only to students who were eligible during the 2019-2020 academic year. The student must be enrolled in at least two credits during the summer in order to receive a Pell Grant. The Pell Grant amount will be based on number of credits enrolled.
- Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans. Available to students who did not borrow grade-level maximum amounts for the 2019-2020 academic year. Students must be enrolled in at least two credits during the summer session to receive this loan.
- Direct Federal PLUS Loans. Students must be enrolled in at least two credits to receive this loan.
- Private Educational Loans. Enrollment requirements are subject to the lender’s discretion.
Any student interested in receiving federal financial aid must complete a 2019-20 FAFSA.
In addition to completing the registration form, Visiting Students should also submit documentation of good academic standing in the form of an official transcript, unofficial transcript or letter from a school official to Katie Isler in the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com.
If you have questions about submitting documentation please call 847-735-5025.
- Summer Classes
- Community Programs
- Summer Research and Off-Campus Opportunities
For-Credit Summer Classes
Annette Nault 847-735-5005