Summer Session '08 Newsletter

Published by: OSU Summer Session
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon; Vol. 1, #2
April 9, 2008
summer.oregonstate.edu
800-375-9359

Ready to register for Summer Session '08


Announcements and calendar

Registration for Summer Session '08 starts Sunday, April 13.

View important dates regarding summer registration and deadlines on the Summer Session '08 Calendar.

Visit our Registration Step-by-Step Instructions page to help you get ready to register online.

Be sure to check out our OSU Summer Session page on Facebook.

Read our Summer Session Student Profiles to see why students choose to stay in Corvallis over the summer.


Financial Aid InfoFunding for Summer Session

Students who register for Summer Session courses and fill out their 2008-09 FAFSA may be eligible for summer term financial aid. On-campus summer job opportunities are available on the university's Student Employment page, including Work Study options. Don't forget that everyone pays in-state tuition during Summer Session! Visit the Summer Session Financial Aid page.


Online Class SearcherFind your perfect course with our class searcher

Our summer class search filters help you mix and match courses by session and week. Using this tool, you can create your own convenient summer schedule. Also, be sure to explore our online summer course offerings. Visit our Class Searcher page.


Field ExperienceUnique course opportunities during Summer Session

Summer term allows for class experiences not available the rest of the year, including field studies in Anthropology and Botany. Professors also roll out their favorite courses in the summer, teaching classes like SOC 453 Sociology of Sport, NMC 484 New Media Animation and MUS 102 The History of Rock and Roll. View our Course Spotlights.


Intersession/Zero WeekTake advantage of short Zero Week courses

The week of June 16-20, students can earn up to four credits by taking a Intersession/Zero Week course. These one-week courses include a variety of topics, including COMM 320 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory, H 474 Public Health and Violence in Society and NMC 260 New Media Futures.

 

View past issues of the OSU Summer Session E-Newsletter.

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