Summer Stags in Session! Open for Registration

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Summer Stags in Session! Open for Registration

The Summer Session at Fairfield is open for registration!

Whether a student needs to catch up their coursework or lighten their course load during the semester, Fairfield is once again providing summer courses for the opportunity to earn some credits. Classes will be open for enrollment to all, including qualified high school students. Registration began on Monday, April 4.

The day, evening and online classes will be offered in a vast range of subjects, from the sciences to accounting. Courses are offered May-August in differing durations of time; they may take place in one or two weeks as intensive courses, or a month’s worth of time. There are also summer internships in communication and English being offered at 1 or 3 credits.

Unless specified, all courses are 3 credits, with a total price of $2,175 with a $30 registration fee. A student may register for a maximum of 12 credits during the summer season.

A full refund is applicable if a student withdraws from a course seven days or more before the first class session, whether it is in a classroom or online. There are no refunds after the second class takes place.

For further information about courses, visit the website or contact Sandy Richardson at (203) 254-4000 Ext. 2911 or arichardson@fairfield.edu

By Nicole Kowalczyk '16

Last modified: 04-05-16 01:18 PM

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