Summer Course Registration is Open

Summer Course Registration is Open

Fairfield University will offer more than 95 traditional and online courses during the 2018 summer session.

As the countdown to summer break begins, Fairfield University’s Office of Admission is encouraging current and visiting students to catch up on credits, lighten their course load, or get ahead of their studies by enrolling in one or more of the University’s summer session courses.

Over 95 traditional and online courses are being offered in one-week, two-week, and five-week formats during three separate sessions beginning in May, June, and July. In addition to traditional courses in core subjects like art history, English, economics, and psychology, over 40 online classes are also available in a variety of disciplines including applied ethics, engineering, marketing, and more. For a complete list of available courses and class descriptions, visit fairfield.edu/summercourses .

Summer course registration starts Friday, April 6, and is available at my.fairfield.edu . Course dates, times, and faculty are subject to change, so students are encouraged to check with the Registrar's Office for the most up-to-date information.

For additional details regarding course registration, pre-work, or course syllabi, contact College of Arts and Sciences’ Program Coordinator Sandy Richardson at (203) 254-4000 ext. 2911 or arichardson@fairfield.edu .

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