KOKOMO, Ind. — Fire up your laptop, slip on your flip flops, and let the learning — and saving — begin.
Indiana University Kokomo encourages students to make college classes part of their summer plans, taking advantage of the 25 percent summer tuition discount for undergraduate classes. These savings are available not only to IU Kokomo students, but those from other campuses and universities, as well as community members.
It’s easy to attend, with options including two-week, four-week, six-week, and 13-week classes. Classes take place on campus, online, or combine those for a hybrid class, which include online and classroom experiences.
Two-week classes are available in criminal justice, education, and allied health. Four-week options include environmental and urban geology, a creative nonfiction writing class in Foster Park, ceramics, and forensics. Six-week and full term classes are available in all subject areas.
Summer school offers a chance to explore new areas, or to take prerequisite or introductory classes. It’s also an opportunity to transition to college with one class, or to brush up on math or writing skills.
Registration is underway for summer 2015. Students currently enrolled should contact their academic advisor for more information. Prospective students may contact the Office of Admissions at 765-455-9217 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the schedule of summer classes, visit iuk.edu/save25.
Indiana University Kokomo serves north central Indiana.