Summer Session '10 Newsletter

Published by: OSU Summer Session
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon; Vol. 3, #1
March 10, 2010



Look for the OSU Summer Session Planning Guide, including information and a course listing to plan your summer, in The Daily Barometer today and on newsstands across campus.

Registration begins online on Sunday, April 11. Choose from one, three, four, eight or 11-week sessions. View the Schedule of Classes.

Don't miss important dates regarding course sessions and deadlines on the Summer Session 2010 Calendar.

BeeConnect with OSU Summer Session on Facebook

Become a fan of OSU Summer Session on Facebook by April 10 and be instantly added to a drawing to win a $100 OSU Bookstore gift certificate. While you're there, check out summer photos, ask questions, meet other Summer Session students and be the first to know about upcoming events, contests and more.

ScienceComplete three terms in one!

Summer is the perfect time to take care of those general science course requirements. First-, second- and third-year level courses offered this summer include:

General Biology (BI 101/102/103)
Principles of Biology (BI 211/212/213)
General Chemistry (CH 121/122/123 or 221/222/223)
Organic Chemistry (CH 331/332/337)
General Physics (PH 201/202/203)
Human Anatomy and Physiology (Z 331/332/333)

View the schedule of classes


Study on the Oregon Coast

OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC), a world-renowned research and teaching facility located in Newport, offers students the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning along side top researchers while living on the Oregon Coast.

Learn more about summer programs at HMSC

MouthStudents say...

Why did you choose to stay in Corvallis and take summer courses?
"It lightened the load my senior year, allowing me more time to focus on each class, as well as some time to volunteer in the community." Ben Estes, Fine Art

"I was able to work and complete course credits that otherwise would have been a burden to my regular schedule for fall, winter and spring terms." Paul Helm, Finance

"I was able to catch up on requirements for entry into the Professional School in Civil Engineering. Now, I'm on track to graduation in four years without the added stress." Lindsay Higa, Civil Engineering

Have you taken Summer Session courses? If so, we'd love to hear why you chose to stay in Corvallis to take summer courses. Post your answer to our Facebook wall.

Read more student profiles

Zero Week featuresColumn

Finish an entire 3-4 credit course during one intensive week! Stay on campus June 14 through 18 and choose from a variety of courses, including Bacc Core options. Zero Week courses fill up fast, so remember to register early.

Some Zero Week courses to check out:

Pre-law Summer Series
Comm 218: Interpersonal Communication
H 210: Intro to Health Services & Organizations
WS 223: Women - Self & Society

See all Zero Week courses

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