Have you ever considered taking a summer class, but under normal circumstances ruled it out? Maybe now you think it might be a good idea? Definitely understand. Here are a few reasons why it’s a great idea.
P.S. Have you heard? ALL summer classes are online this summer.
- Fully developed for online
The College’s summer classes were designed specifically for online delivery and are taught by experienced online instructors. Each summer online course represents months of work to deliver a highly effective online learning experience.
- Stay on track – Maybe even get ahead
This spring was definitely not what anyone expected. Summer classes are your friend AND a great way to stay on track – or get back on track – for graduation. Not sure what to take? Check out our cool classes or talk to your advisor!
Summer classes are no joke, but it’s a great time to take one on and make some degree progress from wherever you’re at this summer.
- KU Core
There are more than 160 classes available during the summer that will fulfill a KU Core requirement. (Seriously, we counted.)
- Reboot your studies
This year, summer classes will be a great way to dig back into your classes with a fresh start. Even if you’ve never taken a true online class before, the College’s summer classes will feel refreshingly normal.
- Take a hard, single class
Need a chance to really concentrate on a writing, math, or science course? The summer is the perfect time to focus on a class that you’ve maybe been dreading or know will need your singular attention.
- Take a cool elective (Enrichment courses for life.)
You know those classes that catch your eye every year? The classes about zombies, Russian graphic novels, samurais or sci-fi films – now is the time! Go for it.
Not a current KU student? Here’s how you get started.
- KU not your primary school? We’ve got you.
- Non-Degree Seeking? Apply for non-degree admission.
Two notes on non-degree students:
- Non-degree students pay tuition based on residency. (Link coming)
- Non-degree students enroll beginning April 22, 2020.
- Transfer Student? Apply for transfer admission.
- Incoming Student for Fall 2020? Update your admission term to Summer 2020.
- Former KU Undergraduate Student? Apply for readmission.