Summer and Interim Sessions

Administrative Director, Lange

Bradley offers special terms in January and in May through August to help students catch up, get ahead, or graduate on time. The Schedule of Classes for January Interim is available in October and in March, and the schedules for May Interim and Summer Sessions are available in March. For more information, contact the Office of Summer and Interim Sessions, (309) 677-2374.

  • January Interim – approximately two weeks -  students can earn up to four semester hours
  • May Interim I – three weeks -  students can earn up to four semester hours
  • May Interim II – eight weeks, students can earn up to seven semester hours
  • Summer Session I – four weeks, beginning in June - students can earn up to seven semester hours
  • Summer Session II – four weeks, beginning in July - students can earn up to seven semester hours

Admission to Summer and Interim Sessions

Students who have been admitted to Bradley and have attended the previous regular semester can generally use Webster, the online registration system, to register for summer and interim sessions. Students must be in good standing in order to register for interim and summer sessions. Students who are new to Bradley, or students who have not recently attended Bradley, are admitted in the following ways:

  • Students without undergraduate degrees wishing to take undergraduate courses at Bradley or enter an undergraduate degree program, contact Undergraduate Admission.
  • Students with undergraduate degrees who want to take graduate courses, contact the Graduate School.
  • Students who were previously admitted to Bradley but have not recently attended should contact the appropriate office indicated above.
  • Students who have completed, or will have completed, the requirements for a bachelor’s degree before an interim or summer session begins, and who have not been admitted to graduate study at Bradley University, must apply to the Graduate School. Graduate School forms may be obtained in the Graduate School office, Bradley Hall 200, or downloaded at

Housing and Meals

A residence hall will be open during all summer sessions. On-campus housing may not be available during January Interim. For more information on housing and meals, contact Residential Living & Leadership.


The Markin Family Student Recreation Center, with a pool, fitness rooms, indoor track, and more, provides recreational opportunities on campus. Five public golf courses, tennis courts, a zoo, a museum, and beautiful parks are easily accessible from the university. The Illinois River is popular for all types of boating and water skiing. Summer stock theatre, band concerts, the Peoria Civic Center, and a minor league baseball team are also available in Peoria during the summer. Special events such as Steamboat Festival, A Taste of Peoria, two 4th of July firework displays, and the Heart of Illinois Fair draw large crowds from across central Illinois.

Tuition and Fees

  • Tuition for all Summer and Interim courses is the standard 1-7 hour tuition rate charged by the University during the previous semester.
  • An additional fee may be assessed in some colleges or for laboratory or activity courses. See Student Financial Services (Tuition and Fees).
  • All motor vehicles must be registered. For more information, see Parking Regulations.
  • All checks should be made payable to Bradley University. A student is not officially registered (claimed) until tuition is paid or arranged.
  • See Student Financial Services (Billing Information) for specific details concerning students who find it necessary to withdraw from school before the end of the session.

This is the official catalog for the 2016-2017 academic year. This catalog serves as a contract between a student and Bradley University. Should changes in a program of study become necessary prior to the next academic year every effort will be made to keep students advised of any such changes via the Dean of the College or Chair of the Department concerned, the Registrar's Office, u.Achieve degree audit system, and the Schedule of Classes. It is the responsibility of each student to be aware of the current program and graduation requirements for particular degree programs.