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July 2, 2015

Oregon State University Summer Session

There's still time to do it all this summer

In case you couldn't tell from the heat and endless sunshine, summer term is in full swing, and you still have opportunities to enroll in classes. Here's a look at the upcoming sessions:

July 20-Aug. 14: Session 4 - Four weeks
Aug. 17-Sept. 4: Session 5 - Three weeks

If you're not in Corvallis this summer, don't forget that Oregon State Ecampus delivers hundreds ofcourses online, so you can study wherever you go.

Win a $25 Visa gift card  

Photo contest off to a creative start thanks to arts major's entry

Congratulations to Wade Sproul, a digital communication arts major, who is the Week 1 winner in the #myOSUsummer photo contest. Wade's time-lapse entry featured a series of more than 1,200 still images.

Now we want you to enter the contest. Take a photo that showcases your summer experience at Oregon State and post it on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using #myOSUsummer. Every Monday we'll pick a Best of the Week photo and give the photographer a $25 Visa gift card.

At the end of the summer, the Best of the Week photo that receives the most "likes" and "favorites" will receive an iPad mini. Go online for full contest details and rules.

  Academic success

Summer term moves fast, so find the help you need to succeed

To help you manage the compressed nature of summer classes, the Academic Success Center offers helpful resources to students at all levels in all disciplines.

Take advantage of academic coaching, supplemental instruction, the Writing Center, the Math Learning Centers, The Learning Corner and the University Exploratory Studies Program, all offered free of charge. Talk to your instructor or advisor for additional referrals.

The Academic Success Center is located in 102 Waldo Hall.

The Middle East from a female perspective  

Featured course: The Middle East from a female perspective

HST 390 - Mideast Women: In Their Own Words

In this bacc core class, students will experience the lives of modern Middle Eastern women through memoirs, autobiography and film. First-person narratives and film portrayals will provide the means for understanding historical events and contemporary trends in the region.

The four-week course runs from July 20-Aug. 14. Register today.

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Stay connected to #BeaverNation

Keep in touch 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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