Summer session is here!

Scripps College is offering classes in its inaugural summer session. The classes offered during this summer session are an outstanding opportunity for students to enrich their education in a rigorous academic atmosphere. Students may choose from eleven undergraduate courses from multiple areas within the curriculum during an accelerated four-week session. The courses are taught by Scripps faculty and established adjunct professors. All classes will be held online.

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COVID-19 Information

For current updates from the Regitrar's Office, please visit the COVID-19 Registrar Updates.

For other information regarding COVID-19 for the Scripps community, please visit our Emergency Preparedness homepage.

Important Dates

Please note that the following dates have been updated for the spring 2020 semester:

  • April 6 - Fall 2020 Schedule Available. Last day to drop classes without record or to request audit grading
  • April 28, 29, 30 - Pre-registration for the fall
  • May 4 - Thesis submission deadline for all majors. Portal registration reopens at 1:00pm
  • May 6 - Last day of class. Last day to withdraw from a course. Last day to become part-time


An update has been rolled-out for the Scripps Portal. You may notice a few visual and structural differences, but the overall function and navigation will be the same. If you have any questions or are unable to locate an area of the Portal, feel free to contact the Registrar's office at

Look for the new login button location in the upper-right corner of the homepage:



If you're viewing the portal on a mobile device, click/tap on the Chevron icon to open the side-drawer menu.

To access the Home and Student Tabs, click/tap on the menu icon.

Attention Graduating Seniors

  • For seniors completing a one-semester thesis, remember to register on the Portal and complete your Thesis Registration Form.

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