Summer Session '10 Newsletter

Published by: OSU Summer Session
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon; Vol. 3, #2
April 7, 2010
summer.oregonstate.edu

800-375-9359

Registration for Summer Session begins Sunday, April 11!


Announcements

Online registration begins this Sunday, April 11!

Visit the Schedule of Classes.  View important dates regarding course sessions and deadlines on the Summer Session '10 Calendar.

Become a fan of OSU Summer Session on Facebook by April 10 to be entered to win a $100 OSU Bookstore gift card!


Students studying in front of WeatherfordLiving on campus this summer

Let OSU Housing and Dining Services take the hassle out of your summer housing search.  Students living on campus during the summer enjoy convenient proximity to their classes, meal plans and flexible accommodation lengths.

Explore summer housing and dining options


Bike basketSummer finances

Financial aid is available for Summer Session on a limited basis and is disbursed near the beginning of July. Students who enroll in summer courses and file a 2010-11 FAFSA may be eligible.

OSU also provides opportunities for on-campus employment, including work study options.

And did you know that everyone pays in-state tuition during Summer Session? Many students take advantage of summer classes to save money.

Learn more about summer finances


Typing at computer

New to Summer Session?

Our online Summer Session Orientation is the perfect way to start planning for summer. Full of helpful tips and links, this is a great resource for anyone thinking about taking OSU summer courses.

Check out the Summer Session Orientation


Student talking with professorGet some advice on classes

All OSU degree-seeking students are strongly encouraged to seek academic advising before registering. Advisors can help you find the right classes for your interests or needs, sort out prerequisites, or find alternatives if the class you want is not offered.

 

Contact information for head advising offices


Summer Session tipStudent studying

Don't overload your Summer Session schedule. Although classes will likely be smaller and the atmosphere may feel more relaxed, keep in mind most summer courses pack 11 weeks (a regular academic term) of material into a shorter time frame, like 8-, 4-, 3- or even 1-week sessions. Make sure you budget your schedule wisely.

Remember: 1 hr of classroom time = 2 hrs of study/homework time


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