The summer session curriculum is planned with the diverse needs of the community in mind. Saint Martin's typically offers summer courses that reflect and complement the regular University curriculum, as available throughout fall and spring semesters.
During summer session, the Saint Martin's University faculty is joined by other professionals from outside the University community who offer courses in their own specific expertise.
When is summer session?
Summer session courses and schedule
Courses numbered 101 through 499 satisfy degree requirements for undergraduate degrees, unless noted in the course descriptions. Courses numbered 500 and above satisfy degree requirements for graduate degrees, unless noted in the course descriptions.
If you are a current Saint Martin’s student, or if you are planning to enroll in a summer session course without pursuing a degree, you may register without applying. (see sections “Registration" and “Registration procedures”).
If you are a new student planning to pursue a degree at Saint Martin’s University, you must complete an application. You may apply online, contact the Office of Admissions via phone: 360-438-4596 or via email for more information.
Enrollment in all classes is limited; early registration is recommended. Registration is considered complete only when the full tuition payment has been received by the Office of Student Accounts. Registration must be complete before the first day of the class(es) you plan to attend.
Housing during summer session is available on a limited basis in four-bedroom Spangler and Burton apartments. Twelve-month contracts are also available for students who will reside in apartments throughout the following academic year. To apply for summer session housing, please complete the online summer housing contract. Rates and other important details are included in the application.
For questions, contact the Office of Housing and Resident Life.
Saint Martin’s University is located off College Street in the city of Lacey between Pacific Avenue and Martin Way. The campus is three miles east of Olympia, the state capital. Saint Martin’s is easily accessible from I-5 exits 108 and 109. Road signs point the way. You may also find directions on our campus map.
All vehicles parked on campus, including those of summer session students, are required to be registered and to display a valid parking permit. Parking is permitted only in designated areas and in marked parking spaces. Permits and a copy of campus parking regulations can be obtained through the Office of Public Safety, Old Main 251.