Pick Up 3: Early Registration Open to Westmo Students for Summer Online Courses

Westminster Students: Register now for summer online classes.

Sign up for first choice of classes before registration is opened to the general public. Earn credit in major and general education courses with a discounted hourly tuition rate through your choice of …

  • 3-week online session (May 15-June 2)
  • 6-week online session (June 5-July 14)
  • Internship
  • Off-Campus Program

Register early to reserve a seat in your summer class! Please go to the MYWC Course Search and change the term code to 2016-17-May Term for the 3-Week Summer Online term and 2016-2017 Summer Online-6 week term for the 6-Week Summer Online term in order to register.

Review the information below to learn more about Westminster summer options.

Note: Federal loans may be available for students who enroll in summer session. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for further information. 

 

3-Week Summer Online Session: May 15 – June 2, 2017

Registration period: 2/20/17 – 5/12/17. Register by 4/28/17 to take advantage of early registration discount.

 

6-Week Summer Online Session: June 5 – July 14, 2017

Registration period: 2/20/17 – 6/2/17. Register by 5/19/17 to take advantage of early registration discount.

Online classes will provide the opportunity for students to complete course work from home or on campus. Students enrolling in online classes will work closely with their faculty instructor via the computer to complete their assignments online.  Students who enroll for online classes should carefully review information for online classes before enrolling.  Online classes will also receive letter grades that will be calculated in the Westminster GPA unless noted otherwise. Please see myWC for specific course info, drop/withdrawal information, and more.

Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis and classes which do not have a sufficient number of students enrolled may be canceled (by 5/1 for 3-week session and by 5/22 for 6-week session). Students will be notified of canceled classes and will be given the opportunity to register for another class.

Tuition charges for the Online Summer Session 2017 are $275.00 per hour for students who submit their registration before 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 28 for 3-week session and by Friday, May 19 for 6-week session, and $375.00 per credit hour for students who register after April 28 and May 19, respectively.  You must register by Friday, April 28 or May 19 to take advantage of the early registration deadlines for each session.

 

Summer 2017 Internships

Summer internships are available in almost every discipline, all over the world. If you are at least a sophomore with a 2.0 or higher GPA, you could qualify to receive credit for your internship.

To research internship opportunities, contact Cindy Quick, Asst. Director of Career Services/Internship Coordinator.

The number of credits you can earn depends on your classification and the number of hours on site. One credit = 35 site hours + 10 academic hours minimum. Contact Cindy for information on how to obtain credit.

The final deadline for registering for internship credit is June 9. The cost for summer internship credit is $275/credit hour and will be billed in July.

No retroactive credit will be granted. Communication with, and assignments for, a WC faculty sponsor must take place within the dates of the internship in order to earn credit.

 

Summer 2017 Off-Campus Programs

Do you love to learn and travel? Consider an off-campus summer program for credit and adventure! Earn transfer credit at Westminster in exciting destinations all over the world:

  • Experience the University of East Anglia, England (digital animation, theater, psychology, children’s health, medieval history);
  • Spice up your Spanish in Oviedo, Spain;
  • Freshen up your French in Dijon, France;
  • Study international relations, world history, and even taekwondo at Hanyang University in Seoul, S. Korea (instruction in English).

You can also study “away” without leaving the country. Gain practical experience in politics, journalism, and law through Washington Semester’s summer in DC.

Scholarships are available for many programs, and these are just a sampling.  Click here a more complete listing of off-campus summer and AY opportunities.

 

Register now at myWC.

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