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Declare Your Intent to Graduate for Summer 2021

The activation period to notify the University of your intent to graduate for summer 2021 ends on June 18, 2021. Students can file their intent to graduate using the Academics application in LionPATH.

Learn how to declare your intent to graduate

The Office of the University Registrar currently is operating remotely. While in-person services are suspended, we are here by email and phone to assist you during standard business hours. Please click the more information button to learn about OUR service adjustments and availability during this time.

Remote Office Hours
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 814-865-6357

Dates & Deadlines

Jun 17

Late Drop Deadline for Summer 2021 - First Six-Week Session

Deadline: 11:59 p.m. (ET)
Jun 25

Withdrawal Deadline for Summer 2021 - First Six-Week Session

Deadline: 5:00 p.m. (ET)
Jun 25

Classes End for Summer 2021 - First Six-Week Session

Jun 29

Registration Deadline for Summer 2021 - Second Six-Week Session



Prepare for
Course Registration

Schedule of Courses

Penn State releases a new schedule of available courses each semester. See what courses are being offered at each campus by semester.

View Schedule Courses

Registration Timetable

The Registration Timetable provides a schedule of when students can begin registering for classes for the upcoming semester.

Find Your Enrollment Date

Register for Courses

Registration is a continuous process at Penn State. Learn more about course registration policies and follow these steps to successfully register courses.

Read More About Registering for Courses

Enforced Prerequisites

Some courses require additional criteria be met in order to register for the course. Learn how course prerequisites are enforced during the registration process.

Learn More about Prerequisites

Academic Actions

Confidentiality & FERPA

The Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 identifies the rights of students and their families with respect to student educational records kept by institutions. As part of the requirements of FERPA, the University has a Policy on Confidentiality of Student Records to ensure that student record information, including grades, course schedule, and academic progress, remains private.

University Resources and Services

The Office of the University Registrar partners with several other offices across Penn State to deliver services, resources, and information related to academic records and policies, as well as enrollment and registration processes.