Accelerate & Stay on Track

Mini-semesters are composed of three different types of course structures that encourage students to accelerate and stay on track for graduation. Students can use these mini terms as an opportunity to gain up to 9 credits over the three mini-semester offerings.

Xtreme Winter 2024

Xtreme Winter Break is offered during winter intercession - this is usually within the month of January. The courses are usually general education courses at the 1000 and 2000 levels. Please note there are no scholarships given for XWB.

Session I - January 1 - 5, 2024 | Session II - January 8 - 12, 2024

If you are enrolled in an XWB course, please monitor your TSU email and eLearn for communication from your instructor for classroom access and assignments.

How to Search for XWB Courses


Summer 2024 Semester Sessions

Term Dates
Maymester May 6, 2024 -
May 24, 2024
Summer Session I May 28, 2024 -
Jun 28, 2024
Summer Session II Jul 1, 2024 -
Aug 2, 2024
Full Summer Session May 28, 2024 -
Aug 2, 2024

Learm more about Summer @ TSU here.


Summer Scholarship Opportunities

Effective January 2, 2024: Maymester scholarship funds will no longer be distributed based solely on academic achievement. The Maymester Grant limited funds will be awarded to academic probation students.

Students not eligible for the grant are welcome to enroll in any summer school classes at their own expense.


2024 Summer Retention Tuition Grant

Eligibility and Terms - Maymester (May 6-24, 2024)

  • Be a current undergraduate full-time student on academic probation after Fall 2023.
  • This grant will cover up to four (4) credit hours.
  • The course must be a part of the student’s 4-year CPoS curriculum plan.
  • The course must be a REPEAT course where an “F" was received or an approved general education course.
  • The application will be open on March 11, 2024.
  • Students must apply for this grant to be considered by March 25, 2024 at 11:59 pm.
  • Students must register for the course through their MyTSU portal.
  • If the student decides not to take the class, it is the Student's responsibility for dropping the course before the first day of class.
  • Tennessee eCampus (RODP) courses are not covered by the grant.

The application for the Summer Tuition Grant has closed.