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Make the Most of Your Summer with WilmU

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Our flexible, convenient summer term courses bring your educational goals a step closer.

Your higher education doesn’t have to take a vacation. Wilmington University’s summer term courses enable you to complete the credits you need for your degree or certificate program, without having to wait for back-to-school season in the fall.

Whether you’re looking to check off the prerequisites or intro courses from your curriculum requirements, explore new subjects and personal enrichment with a few electives, or boost your career prospects with an internship or fieldwork experience, summer is an ideal time to take steps toward your educational goals.

WilmU is proud of its limited class sizes, which offer practical, hands-on, student-centered instruction delivered by readily accessible faculty — the same real-world experienced professionals who teach our fall and spring semesters. Plus, our hundreds of distance learning options enable you to complete your coursework wherever the summer finds you, 100% online.

U.S. News & World Report has ranked us the #1 most affordable private, non-profit university in the Mid-Atlantic region and #4 nationwide.  In addition, our scholarship opportunities help many minimize tuition and student debt. Simply put, WilmU is higher education without the higher cost.

There’s still time to take advantage of the longer days. You can register for courses in WilmU’s Summer Semester (begins May 10, 2021) and Summer Block 1 (May 10 to June 28, 2021) until May 17, and for courses in Summer Block 2 (July 6 to August 22, 2021) until July 13. See all important dates for Summer 2021 here.

Visit our website for more information and to apply, or contact one of our admissions specialists, by phone at 877.967.5464, by text at 302.212.0837, or by e-mail at

Make summer work for you and take the next step toward your educational goals at WilmU.

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