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Monday, April 1, 2013

Consider summer school
Are you thinking about taking summer courses? You just might be on to something.

Amy Griswold
There are some definite benefits to summer school.

1) Keeping your momentum. You have made great progress through the spring semester; you can keep that pace going without breaking your stride. Momentum can also be a great motivator. Adding a summer course brings you closer to your goal of obtaining your degree.

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2) Financial savings. The tuition rate for online undergraduate and graduate students is scheduled to increase by $10 per credit for the fall term. You can beat the tuition increase.

3) Time. If you are motivated and know you can commit to the shortened time frame, you can complete a course in 10 weeks instead of 16. You’ll be covering the same depth of information, so we do encourage you to choose your course wisely to ensure your motivation meets the demands.

Call your advisor today to discuss which courses might work for you this summer.


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