It’s time to think about West Virginia University's Summer term , where students can take courses on-campus, online or abroad. Summer Term allows students to get ahead in their majors, complete a minor or enhance their educational experience through education abroad.
With more than 2,000 courses available this year, the Summer Term schedule is more flexible than ever, offering courses in three-, six-, eight-, nine- and 12-week increments. The first summer classes begin May 13. Students can register now, up through the first day of classes, providing that seats are available.
“Summer Term is really about flexibility and making the most of your time at WVU,” said Amber Novotny, Program Director for Summer Term. “With multiple course start dates, students can take a course in the early summer or wait and take a course later in the term. They can complete a minor on-campus or online, take their studies international with WVU’s Education Abroad Program, or take time to focus on a more difficult course”.
“I recommend that students talk to their advisers early and use DegreeWorks to plan a schedule to see how the Summer Term can benefit them with their educational goals.”
Students are encouraged to visit the Summer Term website for up-to-date information on course offerings, important deadlines, and available student resources and activities.
CONTACT: WVU Summer Session
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