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AU Summer School registration open
Registration for Summer School classes at Alfred University begins Monday, March 15.
This year’s schedule includes a variety of popular undergraduate and graduate courses. Areas of concentration include the arts, chemistry, education, engineering, and foreign language.
Undergraduate courses include Metal Casting, Glass Connects, Business Statistics, General Chemistry, Software Engineering, Kinetic Wood Sculpture, Thermodynamics I & II, Heat Transfer, Physics I, Intro to World Religions, Spanish I & II, and Introduction to Theatre.
Summer Sessions are also available in an online and "hybrid" format. These are online courses with some required on-campus meeting dates. The first class meeting day, time, and location will be indicated in the description. Subsequent required class meeting days and times will be included in the course syllabus.
Courses offered in this format are identified with an asterisk in the list on the summer school courses pages Web site, which is accessible through www.alfred.edu/summer/sch....
Summer Session I will run from Monday, May 14-Friday, June 22. Summer Session II will run from Monday, June 25-Friday, Aug. 3.
Classes are open to current Alfred University students, Incoming freshman, transfer students, and undergraduate and graduate students from other colleges and universities. Registration can be done online for current AU students through the Banner Web system.
Housing is available during both the first and second sessions but should be requested at least four weeks prior to the start of classes.
Meal plans are not available for the first session and may not be available for the second session but the Cyber Fresh Café in Powell Campus Center will be open for lunch during the week. For summer residents, the suites and apartments have kitchen facilities.
Studying at AU over the summer allows students to complete a full semester course within a few weeks, concentrate on one course without the burden of a heavy course load, and can lighten students’ course loads in the fall and spring. Students can also make up a failed course, get more individualized attention, advance academic standing, and take graduate courses to prepare for graduate study.
General questions about Summer School may be directed to the Office of Summer Programs at 607.871.2616 or firstname.lastname@example.org, where costs and registration forms may also be found.