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Financial Information

Summer Financial Aid

  • Students who received merit-based scholarships in the previous academic year are eligible for summer aid if enrolled for 6 hours or more in the summer.
  • Amount of scholarship will increase based on hours enrolled.
  • Scholarship amounts for Taos will vary based on reduced Taos tuition charges.
  • Students may be eligible for SMU summer loan. (limited funding, eligibility determined by the Bursar’s Office)
  • Summer aid is based upon any merit/need-based aid the student received in the immediately preceding fall/spring semesters.


President’s and Hunt Scholars – please see FA advisor for regular FA summer aid.

President's Scholars
who wish to go abroad this summer and use their abroad semester in which both tuition and transportation are paid should see Martha Starke in the Associate Provost's Office.

Hunt Scholars who wish to go abroad this summer and use their abroad semester in which both tuition and transportation are paid see Lindsay Davis in the Associate Provost's Office.

Applications for summer financial aid assistance may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office.  Questions concerning application for institutional aid should be directed to enroll_serv@smu.edu .

Mark your calendar for 2017


MayTerm in Dallas
May 18 - June 2, 2017

June Session
June 5- July 5, 2017
July Session
July 6 - August 4, 2017
Full Session
June 5- August 4, 2017

Contact Us

SMU Intersessions
214-768-1009
214-768-1913

mayterm@smu.edu

june-july@smu.edu

Intersession programs are primarily for undergraduate degree-seeking students.

For Graduate/Professional summer courses, contact the school in question.

For Summer Youth Programs, or professional development courses contact
SMU Continuing and Professional Education (smu.edu/cape)