Frequently Asked Questions
What classes are being offered?
For Summer 2013, we are offering more that eight academic programs with over 60 courses. Each of our two sessions offers a variety of classes. Check Session I or Session two to learn more.
When do Summer Sessions begin at Mount Ida? How long are the sessions?
We offer two summer sessions that are six weeks long. Session I begins Wednesday, May 15, 2013 to Tuesday, June 25; online courses are from May 15-July 9, 2013.
Session II begins Wednesday June 26, 2013 through Tuesday August 6; online courses are from June 26 -August 20, 2013.
How much does each undergraduate summer course cost?
The 2013 tuition rate is $395.00 per credit, no fees.
How do I register for on campus and online summer courses?
Mount Ida students register through the standard registration process beginning in March using the Office of the Registrar's registration form.
Non-degree students can click here for a registration form. Please complete and fax to Continuing Education at (617)928-4656, including your credit card information. Alternatively, you can mail your registration form to: Continuing Education, Mount Ida College, 777 Dedham Street, Newton, MA 02459. Registration must be complete by May 8, 2013.
What happens if not enough students register for a course?
We need to have a minimum number of students to conduct a class. We will inform you one week before classes start if your class will no longer be offered. At that time, you are free to select another class.
How do I get to Mount Ida College?
Mount Ida College is conveniently located in Newton, Massachusetts, easily accessible by car or public transportation. The College also provides a summer shuttle service. Click here for driving instructions; and here for the most current shuttle schedule.
What if I decide to drop a class? Will I get my money back?
For Session I, we offer a 100% refund up to May 16, 2013; no refund is available after May 16. For Session II, we offer a 100% refund up to June 27, 2013; no refunds available after June 27.
What do I do if I want to withdraw from the course?
Upon withdrawing from a course, you must submit written notification to the Continuing Education Office; failure to attend class does not constitute withdrawal. Mount Ida reserves the right to reschedule a course due to unforeseen circumstances or cancel a course which has insufficient enrollment. The Add/Drop period for Session I ends May 15; and edns June 27 for Session II.