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Welcome Sewanee School of Letters students! 

The 2017 School of Letters session is scheduled June 4 - July 14. 

The first day of classes is Monday, June 5 and the last day of classes is Thursday, July 13. 

The information on this page help you prepare for the summer 2017 session. We welcome questions by phone or email, so please do not hesitate to contact us. 

New and returning students will be contacted by email by the School of Letters office with information about tuition and fees, courses, housing, meals, required forms, policies, and pre-registration, once it is available.

Residence Halls and Houses will open on Sunday, June 4. Key pick-up and move-in will be handled through the office of Residential Life. Students will receive details by email about requesting housing and also where and when to pick up keys. 

There will be an opening dinner Sunday evening at 6 pm, location to be announced.

 


 

FORMS

Returning students, you will receive an email with a link to preregistration and housing forms. The Health Form, linked below, requires a signature, so please print, sign, and return it by mail or bring it with you on orientation.

Health Form


CATALOG

2016 Catalog


TUITION AND FEES

2017 tuition and fees will be posted as soon as they are available.

2016 Tuition and fees are posted on our ADMISSION PAGE.

Contact information can be found here for FINANCIAL AID.


ACADEMICS

Courses and Registration

The course offerings are listed below, and you can read about the courses in more detail on the Course Listing Page

8:30 to 9:45, Monday - Friday        

ENGL 581 - JENN LEWIN                 Modern British Poetry

ENGL 594 - JOHN GRAMMER          Literature of the American South

           

10:00 to 11:15, Monday - Friday   

ENGL 566 - ALLEN REDDICK           Dr. Johnson and the Poets

ENGL 572 - BARBARA BLACK          Special Topics in British Literature: Reading Dickens

           

11:30 - 12:45, Monday - Friday     

ENGL 595 - JOHN ERNEST               African-American Literature

ENGL 557 - ANN COOK                    Shakespeare

           

2:00 to 5:00 pm, Monday and Thursday  

ENGL 509 - NICKOLE BROWN         Workshop in Poetry Writing

ENGL 510A -  MICHAEL GRIFFITH  Workshop in Fiction Writing

ENGL 514 - BETH LINCKS                Workshop in Playwriting

           

2:00 to 5:00 pm, Tuesday and Friday       

ENGL 510B - JAMIE QUATRO          Workshop in Fiction Writing

ENGL 512 - MEERA SUBRAMANIAN Workshop in Nonfiction Writing

 

To repeat: information about pre-registration and banner web registration will be forthcoming by individual email.

 

2017 Schedule of Classes

2017 Booklist to date

2016 Bookstore Instructions


STUDENT LIFE

Health Forms

All students must fill out a health form. We will contact students by email with details.

Housing

The office of Residential Life will handle housing and keys this summer. You will be contacted by email with information about dorms and University houses. Students will be asked to fill out a form to request housing spaces.

Key pickup will be Sunday, June 4 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Rates for housing for the summer 2017 semester are:
Residence Hall Room: $997
House: $1148
 

Parking

Current parking regulations can be found at http://www.sewanee.edu/offices/sewanee-police-department/car-and-bike-registration/related/parking-policy-student-specific-.php.

Students may park in Humphreys Dorm parking lot or the Alabama Avenue (student/overflow) parking lots. You will not need stickers for these lots. There is also limited visitor parking behind the library. Be aware that if you park in visitor parking and have an old student parking sticker, you will be ticketed. Anyone with limited mobility may register with the police department for a special parking sticker. Contact our office for details. The Gailor parking lot is reserved for faculty and staff only. Vehicles parked in the Gailor lot that do not have a faculty or employee sticker will be ticketed until 5 p.m.

2016 Parking Map

Meals

McClurg Dining Hall will be open daily for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. An optional meal plan for $767 that includes 3 meals/day for the 6 weeks will be available.


ARRIVAL

Arrival information will be posted closer to summer.


GUEST READINGS AND LECTURES

Guest Readings and Lectures are usually each Wednesday at 4:30 pm for the duration of the program.

 


PRIVACY

PRIVACY The University of the South complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended (FERPA), which is designed to protect the confidentiality of the records that educational institutions maintain on students and to give students access to their records to assure the accuracy of their contents.  Links to the Student Notification of Rights with Respect to Their Education Records and the Education Records and FERPA policy are here:

http://www.sewanee.edu/media/provost/Notification-of-Student-Rights-with-Respect-to-Their-Education-Records.pdf

and

http://www.sewanee.edu/media/provost/FERPA-Policy.pdf

 

SCHOOL OF LETTERS CALENDAR

2014 Parking Map

 

Google Map