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May 7, 2015

 
Oregon State University Summer Session
 
 

The season you've waited for all year

The best part of spring is when it ends and gives way to summer, and there's no better time to be on the Oregon State campus than summertime.

OSU Summer Session offers nearly 700 undergraduate-level classes in more than 100 subjects, and courses last anywhere from one week to 11 weeks. An added perk: everyone pays in-state tuition in summer.

If you're leaving Corvallis until fall, don't forget that Oregon State Ecampus delivers nearly 350 courses online, so you can study wherever you go.

 
 
 
 
 

Circle these dates on your calendar

Here are some important dates for you to remember on OSU's summer calendar:

Now: Registration is open to all students
June 15-19: Session 6 - Intersession/One week
June 22-Sept. 4: Session 1 - 11 weeks
June 22-July 17: Session 2 - Four weeks
June 22-Aug. 14: Session 3 - Eight weeks
July 20-Aug. 14: Session 4 - Four weeks
Aug. 17-Sept. 4: Session 5 - Three weeks

Find more information about OSU summer registration dates and deadlines online.

 
 
 
Free drinks!
 
 

Prepare yourself for the summer ahead with free lemonade. Come see us on the MU Quad on May 12-13 from 3-4:30 p.m.

 
 
 
 
 
Win a $200 summer scholarship  
 

Want a shot at a $200 scholarship? Answer two quick questions

Starting next Tuesday, enter yourself in a contest for a $200 summer scholarship simply by answering two questions about OSU summer classes.

Submit your entry from 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, May 12, through 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, May 13. We'll notify the winner by May 15.

If you miss out, don't sweat it. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay tuned for more scholarship opportunities.

 
 
 
 
 
  Archeology
 

Dig into the past at a summer field school

Completing degree requirements is great. Completing them while studying outdoors? That's even better.

Take part in some of OSU's most unique, hands-on learning experiences this summer in an archaeology field school offered by the Department of Anthropology.

The Fort Hoskins Historic Archaeology Field School runs June 29-Aug. 7 in Kings Valley, just west of Corvallis. The deadline to apply is June 10.

And the Coopers Ferry Archaeology Field School will be held June 22-Aug. 14 in Coopers Ferry, Idaho. The deadline to apply is June 15.

To participate in either field school, students must also register for ANTH 438.

 
 
 
 
 
Mary Hare  
 

They're heeeeere! New shirts are circulating campus

The 2015 Summer Session T-shirts have arrived. We distributed the first batch at Moms and Family Weekend, much to the delight of Beaver Nation. The shirts are the creation of graphic design student Mary Hare (pictured here), and they are awesome. We'll give away shirts at upcoming events, so stay tuned for opportunities to grab one of your own.

 
 
 
 
 
  HDFS
 

HDFS courses shed light on the human experience

Still looking for a class or two this summer? Here are two human development and family sciences options for you to consider, both of which scrutinize highly interesting subject matter.

HDFS 240 – Human Sexuality: Explore and extend your factual knowledge about all aspects of sexuality in this bacc core course. (July 20-Aug. 14)
HDFS 444 – Family Violence and Neglect: This thought-provoking class is open to all students and won't be offered again until winter term. (June 22-July 17)

 
 
 
 
 
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Take an active role in the OSU community

Stay connected with everything that's happening on campus and in Corvallis this summer by joining our communities on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

We'll keep you updated all year on scholarship contests, prize giveaways, fun events and other ways to interact with the campus community.

 
 
 
 
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