Opportunities for Everyone
- College and Qualified High School Students -- Earn college credits
- College Graduates and Professionals -- Opportunities for development and advancement
- Life-long Learners -- Audit a course for enrichment
Gordon College, a nationally ranked, non-denominational, Christian liberal arts college located on Boston's North Shore, is pleased to invite students enrolled at other colleges, qualified high school students and members of the general public to participate in its summer school program. Gordon's Summer Term provides academic experiences across a range of academic interests and pursuits, with many courses being offered online (you may access summary and detailed lists of courses offered, using the buttons below).
Things You Should Know
Please note that summer school courses are intensive in nature, condensing as much as a week of work from a typical semester into each day. In general, students are encouraged to avoid taking two courses simultaneously and to avoid working full time or taking vacations while a courses is in session.
Summer Term tuition rates are $425 per credit hour ($1700 for a 4-credit course). Lab or other fees may also apply. These are detailed on the enrollment form (hyperlink below).
You are encouraged to download and review the Summer Term brochure (pdf) to learn more about the program, tuition and refund policies.
REGISTER FOR SUMMER TERM 2014
Register and pay by mail.
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Mail completed form, and payment (by check, or a completed Credit Card Payment Information form), to:
Summer Term 2014 c/o Margie Roaf
Ken Olsen Science Center 217
255 Grapevine Road
Wenham, MA 01984
Enrollment forms for online courses must be received by May 10, 2014.
Enrollment forms for courses offered on-campus must be received by May 19, 2014
We suggest you enroll early to assure your place in a course.
Attention High School Students
Gordon College is wants your first encounter with a college-level course to be as successful and rewarding as possible. We will ask you to provide a reference from a teacher that indicates you are prepared for college-level work. Furthermore, there are some courses our professors have indicated my not provide the type of first college experience we or you seek. Please contact our office to arrange a time we can discuss your interests and guide you to the course that will best serve your needs and interests.