Summer Studies registration opens Feb. 16; virtual information session is Feb.15

Summer Studies registration opens on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The Center for Digital Learning will host a virtual information session on Monday, Feb. 15, at 4 p.m.

Students interested in taking summer courses are encouraged to attend. The session will focus on the benefits of taking summer courses, as well as key points about registration, housing and financial aid considerations.

In addition there will be break-out rooms with representatives from various colleges so that students can have one-on-one discussions.

The first 15 students to register will receive a “Think Summer” hat. One attendee will receive a $100 gift card to the Marquette University Book Store. Register online.

About Summer Studies
Marquette’s six-week accelerated Summer Studies program offers more than 1,000 options, and an ever increasing selection of online courses. Registration for summer classes opens Tuesday, Feb. 16, for undergraduate and graduate courses ranging from core required classes to international experiences (please note, registration for Law School and Dental School summer classes opens later, April 1, 2021.)

Summer Studies offers:

  • The ability to add credits in a short period of time, shortening your time to degree
  • An opportunity to satisfy program or Core Curriculum requirements
  • Flexibility of online coursework
  • Experience of world citizenship through Study Abroad
  • A reduced tuition rate: $765 per credit

Visit Marquette Class Search to browse classes offered this summer. More information about Summer Studies, including housing and student services, is online.