School of Continuing Studies Introduces Initiative for Summer Courses

by | Nov 26, 2020 | News, page 2

In an email sent to students of the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Continuing Studies announced the potential for summer courses to take place at the University of Redlands following this academic school year.

Amy Moff Hudec, Director of the School of Continuing Studies, states classes would take place on two eight-week sessions from June to August in 2021 and allow students to catch up or get ahead on credits.

Potentially eight to 10 all-online classes could be offered across various disciplines depending on interest and if successful, become a permanent feature in the summers ahead with both online and in-person instruction.

The school is offering an anonymous survey to gauge student interest. As a means to incentivize undergraduates, those who fill out the survey will be entered for a chance to win an Amazon gift card.

According to the survey, out-of-pocket costs for summer courses would be around $400 per credit. Furthermore, students are asked if they are eligible for Financial Aid and which particular subjects they may be interested in studying.

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Nadia Lathan

Nadia is the Editor-in-Chief of the Redlands Bulldog. A fourth-year student studying International Relations and Economics, she enjoys writing about the intersection between culture and politics.