OSU Summer Session
 

March 8, 2016

 
Oregon State University Summer Session
 
 

Dream big this summer

Dreaming of that summer sun? Good news - there's only a few months left until it's officially summer at Oregon State. And with classes that last anywhere from one week to 11 weeks, you really can do it all this summer: take classes to graduate on schedule, complete major course work and still have time to work or travel.

Registration for OSU summer classes starts April 10. An added perk: everyone* pays in-state tuition for on-campus courses.

And if you're leaving Corvallis this summer, Oregon State Ecampus delivers nearly 100 courses online, so you can take advantage of summer term wherever you go.

*In-state tuition applies to matriculated OSU resident and non-resident students, and does not apply to Ecampus courses, VetMed, PharmD or INTO students.

 
 
 
 
 

Need-to-know calendar dates

Here are some important summer dates for you to remember:

•   April 10: Registration begins
•   June 13-17: Session 6 - Intersession/One week
•   June 20-Sept. 2: Session 1 - 11 weeks
•   June 20-July 15: Session 2 - Four weeks
•   June 20-Aug. 12: Session 3 - Eight weeks
•   July 18-Aug. 12: Session 4 - Four weeks
•   Aug. 15-Sept. 2: Session 5 - Three weeks

Find out more about OSU summer registration dates and deadlines.

 
 
 
 
 
  NRLA
 

Save the date: Natural Resources Leadership Academy webinar

The Natural Resources Leadership Academy (NRLA), held June 12-17 and June 20-24 in Corvallis, is a unique opportunity to enhance leadership skills, gain knowledge and connect with other natural resources professionals from around the world.

Register now for an informative NRLA webinar to be held from noon to 1 p.m. PT Tuesday, March 15. Can't attend? Register anyway. All registrants will receive a video recording of the session.

 
 
 
 
 
Housing  
 

Need a place to stay this summer? We've got you covered.

Enjoy a staycation with University Housing & Dining Service's flexible summer-only housing contracts, which include a room and meal plan along with all the amenities of living on campus. Fulfill your food cravings just steps from your room with a variety of dining options located inside Southside Station @ Arnold Dining Hall.

Bloss Hall and the International Living-Learning Center will be open to meet your housing needs, whether you're attending a short-term seminar, an eight- or 11-week session or staying at OSU the entire summer.

What's more, students who are sophomores and above and who plan to live on campus during fall 2016 are eligible to receive up to $300 off their summer housing costs. Contact UHDS for more info at 541-737-4771.

 
 
 
 
 
  Canada
 

Immerse yourself in Canadian culture

Ever wonder how our culture, politics, society and economy compare to our neighbors north of us? Here's your chance to walk in their shoes and visit various sites of historical and cultural significance during this two-week study "beyond the U.S." program in Canada.

"This two-week program was incredible, and in some ways I feel I learned more from this fast and furious trip than I would have if I were living there for an extended period of time," says Ecampus anthropology student Kathryn M., pictured in the front, third from right, with the 2015 study abroad group. "The opportunity to speak to Canadians, to hear their thoughts on the United States as well as on their own government and culture, and to speak with immigrants to Canada really cemented everything we learned in the prep class."

 
 
 
Free drinks!
 
 

Warm up to summer with free hot cocoa.

2-4 p.m.  |  April 5-6  |  Kelley Engineering Center

 
 
 
 
 
Win  
 

Want a shot at $200? Mark your calendar for April 5-6

Answering two quick questions is all it takes to be entered in a drawing to win a $200 scholarship toward campus-based classes in Corvallis or at the Hatfield Marine Science Center this summer term.

Submissions are accepted online and at the Warm Up to Summer event April 5-6.

 
 
 
 
 
  Hatfield
 

Soak up the sun by the sea or on campus

With more than a dozen classes offered this summer at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, you can soak up the summer sun by the sea while earning credits toward your degree. Choose from courses such as marine ecology and coastal oceanography, and spend your summer at the iconic Oregon coast.

Rather stay in town? Choose from more than 550 graduate courses offered on the OSU Corvallis campus.

Be sure to check out OSU Summer Session's schedule of classes, where you'll find quick links to class listings - or create your own unique search using the Summer 2016 catalog searcher.

 
 
 
 
 
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