Students who attend any college or university, including the 14 universities in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education, have a choice of more than 200 credit courses at either the undergraduate or graduate level.
Both on-campus and online courses are offered during the 2019 summer term in convenient five-week, seven week and 10-week sessions. The summer sessions begin on May 20 and end on Aug. 9.
The flexibility of Summer College is designed for students to advance their education and careers.
“Our Summer College is an ideal way to help students get ahead or catch up on credits and improve their GPAs,” said Kathy Gavazzi, Cal U’s associate registrar and director of Summer College and Winter Session.
“For others, it’s an opportunity to focus on a single course, or to take a class in a subject they’ve always wanted to learn more about.”
Current Cal U students do not have to apply for Summer College; they can register online through VIP or email email@example.com.
Visiting students can apply and view the 2019 Summer College brochure, with all course offerings, sessions and dates at https://www.calu.edu/admissions/visiting/summer-winter.aspx.
To learn more about Summer College, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724-938-5962.