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Summer Term: Gordon Students

COURSE SUMMARY:
View list and core fulfillments.
  COURSE DETAILS:
Detailed information and course descriptions.
 
REGISTRATION STATUS:
View class size and available space.
  DOWNLOAD BROCHURE (PDF)
Informational Summer Term brochure—Important information that facilitates informed decisions.
Summer Term 2014 offers more choices. Why not:
  • Complete a core course?
  • Earn your degree sooner?
  • Pursue an interest?
  • Try something new?

What you need to know:

  • Registration for Summer Term starts October 28 and will remain open until early May 2014 (closed during Christmas break). Self-register as soon as you decide to take a course, after consultation with academic advisor.

  • Tuition is $425 per credit hour ($1,700 for a 4 credit course), a reduced rate since financial aid is NOT available. Tuition for courses taken for enrichment only (audited without credit) is $500.  There are fees associated with lab and field science or studio art courses ($135 for most courses).
     
  • Courses are configured to require your full-time attention. It is recommended that most students should take only one course at a time. Consult with your academic advisor before registering for more than one class. 
      
  • Most classes will start immediately after graduation on Monday May 19 and will generally be finished in mid-June, so you still have time to work that great summer job or internship.
     
  • You will be able to register for courses until late April. At that time we will let you know if there are courses that will not run due to low enrollment, so you may adjust your plans accordingly. The minimum enrollment required for a class to be held is normally three to six students. Courses that have reached minimum enrollment will remain open for registration until early May.  
     
  • Online courses require high speed internet connection and a computer with capacity to efficiently download and run programs used in the course. Further information is available in the informational brochure—see link above.  Also note that students registered for online courses must participate in an online course orientation in early May, when invited to do so.
     
  • Housing will be available per calendar week for double occupancy lodging and seven dinner meals at the rate of $100 per week. Students also pay a $5 activity fee that is used to cover costs of special programming. Pick up applications (for housing only) in Auxiliary Services office in the Lane Student Center.