Apr 25, 2006
LU summer school
by Kari Mitchell, News Reporter
In just a couple weeks, the semester will be over and students will go home to big summer plans. For most, those plans will not involve
Whether a student is behind on his or her degree, or wants to work ahead or is even interested in taking a couple courses for fun, Liberty University has three summer school sessions in which a variety of classes are offered to students.
The first session runs from May 15 – June 9. The second session runs from June 12 – July 7. The third session runs from July 10 – July 28.
During these times, one or two week courses are offered (intensives), as well as three or four week courses.
Some courses are even offered in an online format.
This year, there is a lower undergraduate tuition rate. For most courses, the cost is $250 per credit hour.
However, cost may also depend upon several factors, including the type of course selected.
For those who will be taking courses this summer, there are different housing arrangements and meal plans to choose from. Campus East will be open, offering rooms at $15/day or $75/week for double occupancy. A single occupant will be charged $30/day or $150/week. Two meal plans are offered to fit a student’s needs. A 15-meal weekly plan is offered for $65 and a 5-meal weekly plan is offered for $25.
Online registration is now open. For a listing of all the courses being offered this summer, log on to ASIST and change the term to Summer I or II, then choose the Course Search option. Because the payment deadline was April 1, students must now pay in full before registering in person at the registrar’s office. If you have questions, undergraduates should call (800) 543-5317 and graduates should call (800) 424-9596.
Contact Kari Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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