AES Summer Course Support
UT Dallas students may choose to take summer courses for several reasons. In the past, AES recipients have taken summer classes because they are engaging in research on campus, participating in a local internship, isolating time-intensive courses, or staying on campus to study for professional school entrance exams.
Students meeting the AES requirements at the conclusion of the spring semester may utilize their AES during the summer. It is recommended students enroll in a minimum of nine UT Dallas hours, as the summer semester counts as one semester towards overall scholarship eligibility. Students must enroll in at least three UT Dallas credit hours to be approved. Approval is required before summer classes begin, as AES funding does not automatically apply to summer balances.
Please note: Students not meeting the AES requirements at the conclusion of the spring semester can only apply their AES toward summer courses if they agree to participate in the Summer Academic Progress Initiative.