Welcome to Summer Session!
Welcome back to the virtual classroom!
Summer Session 2020 began this week, with 422 students enrolled in 47 distance-learning courses. This year’s Summer Session Committee focused on offering in-demand and over-enrolled courses from the academic year to lessen waitlists and provide students another opportunity to enroll. Summer Session offered 12 of these courses, and all are nearly full. The goal is that these sections will help students get through their major and degree requirements, and give them the foundation to take more specialized upper-level courses next academic year.
Additionally, as part of the Summer Collaborative Research program, over 80 student researchers are working with faculty members throughout the summer.
- 28th May 2020 -
- Posted by Jill in General