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Although many people believe that summers are slow on college campuses, 37 percent of students enrolled at West Virginia University take a summer course. Of these students, 68 percent use the term to complete general education courses, and 52 percent intend to use the summer course to graduate early or get ahead in their classes. The first term ends today, and the second term will begin on Monday (June 24).
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“Summer is a great time with flexible courses online and on-campus running in 3, 6, 9 and 12-weeks. Students can go home and take classes online, or they can stay on-campus and complete their course work here, while enjoying the beauty for West Virginia in the summer.” —Amber Novotny, Director of Summer and Winter Intersession
CONTACT: Amber Novotny
Director of Summer and Winter Intersession
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