MassBay has a SUMMER for you!
MassBay Summer College Courses
See Academic Calendar for Summer 2016
Summer Session I runs from May 23–July 1
Summer Session II runs from May 23–July 29
Summer Session III runs from July 11–August 19
To see names and descriptions of available courses, see the College course master, and select Summer 2016 semester and the sessions you are interested in from the drop down menu.
- Offering over 100 summer classes
- MassBay classes are affordable; Check out tuition and fees »
- Credits are transferable to many 4-year institutions. Take prerequisite classes, re-take a class, or take an elective!
- Classes are offered in Framingham and Wellesley Hills — days, evenings and weekends
- More than 25 online classes to choose from. Earn credits no matter where you are this summer
- Classes are taught by full-time, experienced professors
Register for Summer Classes at MassBay
Information & Forms You Need:
Check the course master prior to completing your form to make sure your courses are open.
If you are new to MassBay — the form/process you complete will depend upon whether or not the course(s) is for-credit or non-credit. All forms need to be returned to the Office of the Registrar.
New to MassBay taking a for-credit course. Please fill out this online application.
New to MassBay taking a not-for-credit course. Please fill out this registration form, print it, and then return it to the Registrar’s Office. Contact the MassBay Center for Corporate Training & Community Education (CCTCE) if you have questions: (781)-239-2700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are new to MassBay and you want to enroll at MassBay to seek (or complete) a degree or certificate, you will need to complete the enrollment process. Please note, you are eligible for financial aid only if you enroll in a degree or certain certificate programs! The MassBay Admissions Office will guide you through the process. Contact (781)-239-2500 or email@example.com to get started.
If you are a currently enrolled MassBay student go to Bay Navigator to register for classes online. If you encounter problems with online registration, contact the Office of the Registrar.
- The Registrar, the Office of Admissions and the Office of Financial Aid have offices in both Wellesley Hills & Framingham.
- MassBay Foundation scholarships are only available to MassBay students enrolled in a degree or certificate program.
- Students who are enrolled in a degree or certificate program OR have registered for classes may set up a payment plan. Current MassBay students can enroll in the payment plan option via the Tuition Payment Plan section of Bay Navigator. Contact Student Accounts if you are just taking classes and not enrolled in a degree or certificate program to discuss your payment plan options.
- The MassBay Financial Aid Office can help you figure out how to pay for your college education. Federal and state financial aid and MassBay scholarships are only available to students who enroll in a degree or certificate program.
STEM Starter Academy for Newly Accepted STEM Majors at MassBay
August 22–September 2, 2016
FREE, two-week math program is available to college students newly admitted to a STEM program at MassBay. Students enrolled in this program will be compensated for their time.
SIGN UP HERE - required to attend
High School STEM Program for College Credit — iCREAT
June 27–July 21 from 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Wellesley Hills campus
Open to rising juniors and seniors, and graduating seniors
Making a Robot with a Pi — iCREAT is an interdisciplinary, robotic-based course where students will start by creating small projects to learn about engineering design, electronics and coding. In addition they will use critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, collaboration, verbal and oral communication, and technical skills to build a functional robotic-based system as their final team project.
High school students will be engaged in college level credit-bearing work and earn 3 credits during the summer.
This program is now full! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the waiting list.
High School STEM Program for College Credit — iCREAT Program Flyer
phone: (781) 239-2582
High School STEM Summer Bridge Program
July 11—July 21 from 9:00 am–3:30 pm
Open to all high school students and graduating seniors
No prior experience is required.
- Artbotics = Art + Robotics with Pi — This activity combines arts and crafts with computing. Students will design and create arts and crafts projects using cardboard, foam, balsa wood, glue, wire and other materials. Once the project is ready we will add motors, lights and sensors and program the Raspberry Pi to make it move and bring it to life. How about a flower that spins? Or an eye that blinks when touched?
- Coding with Scratch 2.0 — Students will learn to use Scratch (a graphical block based programming environment) to create a visual and interactive expression of a creative idea in the form of a story, a poem, a song or a game. Students can use the webcam in the computer to interact with their projects!
- Mobile Apps with App Inventor — Students will learn to use App Inventor (a graphical block based programming environment) to create fun mobile applications!
- Cool Coding with Raspberry Pi — This workshop uses the successful credit-card-size Raspberry Pi computer to learn fundamental computing concepts. No prior computing knowledge needed. Students will go through several fun projects while they learn basic programming and system administration skills, starting with the very basics of how to plug-in the board and turn it on. Students will set up a Raspberry Pi as a productivity machine to write programs in Python, and program with Minecraft (a sandbox construction game).
The High School STEM Summer Bridge Program for summer 2016 is now full. Please fill out the registration form if you would like to be added to the waiting list.
High School STEM Program (no credit) STEM Summer Bridge Flyer
REGISTER for High School STEM Program (no credit) STEM Summer Bridge
For more information, please contact:
phone: (781) 239-2582
STEM Middle School Summer Program
July 11–July 22 from 9:00 am–3:30 pm
The summer program provides middle school students (Entering Grades 7 and 8) an engaging and hands on STEM experience, an exciting introduction to various STEM careers, and will enable them to develop new skills. Students will work collaboratively to design and build a themed STEM hands-on project during the 10 days. Program runs Monday through Friday, 9am–3:30pm. $350 for two weeks.
- Students investigate, design, create and learn
- Students participate in class projects that will strengthen math, biology, physics, computer science, engineering, and chemistry concepts while having fun!
The STEM Middle School Summer Program for Summer 2016 is now full. Please fill out the registration form if you would like to be added to the waiting list.
STEM Middle School Summer Program Flyer
REGISTER for STEM Middle School Summer Program
phone: (781) 239-2582