Summer Term FAQ
Q: How do I register?
A: Non-IWU students will be sent communication from the Registrar’s Office upon completion
of your application to enroll. This communication will include your campus Net ID,
links to the registration tutorial, pin number and how to update your emergency contact
For IWU Students, you will use the same PIN number for summer as you do for fall 2020
registration. You must obtain this PIN number from your faculty advisor. Additional
detailed information regarding registration will be sent to you at the beginning of
Q: Will my credits transfer?
A: Credit transfer is determined by your home institution. You're encouraged to contact
the Registrar’s Office of your home institution for any questions regarding transfer.
Q: Can I use Financial Aid toward my Summer Term tuition?
A: Non-IWU-degree-seeking students are not eligible for any financial aid. While there
are no IWU grants and scholarships for summer classes, an IWU-degree-seeking student
who is enrolled in two units between May Term and any of the summer sessions may be
eligible for Federal aid. A degree-seeking student who is only taking one unit may
be eligible for PELL grant if they are PELL eligible and have not received their full
PELL Grant. This could be the case for a student who may not have been enrolled as
a full-time student in both the fall and spring.
Q: Where do I send my payment?
A: If paying by check, please include student name and IWU ID # on check. Make checks
payable to Illinois Wesleyan University and mail to:
Illinois Wesleyan University
P.O. Box 2900
Bloomington, IL 61702
Q: Is there a fee charged to pay with my credit card?
A: Yes, there is a convenience fee charged by the provider for this service (convenience
fee subject to change). The convenience fee is not charged nor collected by IWU.
Q: What happened to Summer Session II?
A: Due to COVID-19, Summer Session II has been cancelled. To the best extent possible,
courses originally offered as part of Summer Session II have been incorporated into
Summer Session I.