OSU Summer Session
 

May 10, 2016

 
Oregon State University Summer Session
 
 

Why wait? Sign up for summer classes today!

Registration for summer term opened April 10 - so if you haven't signed up for classes yet, be sure to do so soon as classes tend to fill up quickly!

Check out the schedule of classes to find quick links to class listings - or create your own unique search using the summer 2016 catalog searcher. Choose from more than 550 graduate courses offered on the OSU Corvallis campus.

An added perk: everyone pays in-state tuition for on-campus courses.*
*Does not apply to VetMed or PharmD courses or INTO students.

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.

 
 
 
 
 

Need-to-know calendar dates

Here are some important summer dates for you to remember:

•   Now: Registration is open to all students
•   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.

 
 
 
 
 
Archeology  
 

Dig in to your education

Channel your inner archaeologist and release your curiosity by participating in these unique archaeological excavations at the Civil War-Era U.S. Army Military Hospital: Fort Yamhill Historical Archaeology Field School.

Learn state-of-the-art archaeological field skills, ranging from site survey strategies to full-scale excavation techniques. All students are welcome! Apply today.

 
 
 
Free drinks!
 
 

Warm up to summer with free lemonade or hot cocoa.

2-4:00 p.m.  |  May 16-17  |  MU Quad

 
 
 
 
 
  OSU campus
 

Who doesn't want $200? That's a silly question.

Answer two quick questions to be entered to win a $200 scholarship toward campus-based summer classes in Corvallis or at the Hatfield Marine Science Center.

You can enter to win online or at the Warm Up to Summer events May 16-17.

Congratulations to Victor Brequigny, the lucky winner of the $500 Summer Session scholarship drawing April 29. Want more opportunities to win prizes? Check in on our Facebook page regularly for info about pop-up events, contests and more.

 
 
 
 
 
HMSC  
 

Our coast is pretty cool. Come check it out.

What do you get when you combine the beautiful Oregon coast with credit-based OSU classes? A chance of a lifetime! Spend this summer at sea while studying at OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC). Gain hands-on lab and field experience while earning credits toward your degree.

Z 561 - Marine and Estuarine Invertebrate Zoology

Join us on an adventure through field trips and lab activities to compare eight major invertebrate phyla and many lesser-known phyla. This course will focus on invertebrate identification, natural history and comparative anatomy.


 
 
 
 
 
  NRLA
 

Learn. Network. Inspire.

OSU's Natural Resources Leadership Academy (NRLA), held June 12-17 and June 20-24, brings together professionals and graduate students from across the world to establish connections, enhance leadership skills and learn from experts on timely, relevant topics in today's changing world.

The NRLA is a one-stop shop for you to enhance your leadership skills through hands-on experience in engaging course work and an off-site field trip, preparing you to solve complicated natural resources issues. Register today.

 
 
 
 
 
NRLA Community values  
 

Natural Resources and Community Values - ANTH 581

In this NRLA track, instructor Brian Tilt will guide you through examining natural resource management from a cultural perspective, focusing on the values that drive decision-making. Drawing on case studies from the U.S. and abroad, the track focuses on three central questions:



•   What role does culture play in shaping people's interactions with the natural environment?
•   How do individuals and communities balance different objectives, such as economic development, community well-being and resource stewardship?
•   How can social-science theory and methods be applied to help communities find sustainable solutions to the problems they face?

Register today and view the other tracks offered this year during Week 1 and Week 2.

 
 
 
 
 
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