Some Possible Courses
CS 319 - Introduction to Web Programming
ENGL 110 - Introduction to College Writing
ENGL 112 - College Writing
FIN 320 - Principles of Finance
GEOL 115 - Environmental Geology
GEOG 335 - Geographic Information Systems
KINS 426 - Motor Development
MATH 113 - Trigonometry
MATH 114 - Calculus I
PHYS 115 - Survey of Astronomy
PHYS 315 - Mysterious Universe
RELS 100 - World Religions
SOC 242 - Contemporary Social Problems
SPAN 101 - Beginning Spanish I
SPED 200 - Introduction to Diverse Learners
Want to catch up or get ahead? Get the facts about Summer Session, 2013.
Three-Week Summer Session: May 20 - June 7, 2013
Eight-Week Summer Session: June 10 - August 2, 2013
Course dates vary;
please check individual courses for specific dates.
- Summer Courses are available to current students; those starting in the fall; students attending other universities during the year; or interested non-degree seeking students
- To search for summer courses, click Summer Courses and choose 2013 Summer Session for the term
- Summer courses are available online and in person
- For online courses, do a Class Search, click on Additional Search Criteria, then select Online for Mode of Instruction
- Class sizes are kept small
- Length of courses range from one week to eight weeks
- You can take the equivalent of one credit per week, so you could accumulate as many as 11 credits this summer!
Admitted, degree seeking students are eligible for summer financial aid. Summer aid is based on the 2012-2013 FAFSA, so you must have submitted this to be eligible.
Complete information is available at Financial Aid.
Students may stay in the residence hall during the summer. More information is available at Housing.
If you are interested in sub-leasing an off campus apartment, the Student Senate sponsored website "places4students" has listings.