Registration begins March 3 for The University of Wisconsin - Washington County’s (UW-WC) summer sessions. Summer courses are condensed into three,
four- and seven-week sessions, so students can quickly earn college credits designed to transfer easily to UW System four-year campuses. Summer is an excellent time for new students to reduce their course load for fall, get a head start on college and get used to college at a time, when the campus isn’t as busy. For current students, summer provides an opportunity to pick up extra classes, allowing them to graduate earlier or reduce their course load in the fall.
Two courses are available for the three-week session will begins Tuesday, May 27 and runs through Friday, June 13. Both courses offer three college credits and include: Introduction to Medical Anthropology (ANT 350) and Introduction to Public Speaking (CTA 103).
The four week session begins Monday, June 16 and runs through Friday, July 11.
Two 3-credit courses are offered, including: Stars, Galaxies and the Universe (AST 106) and Introduction to Film (CTA 150).
Five courses are offered during the seven-week session, which begins Monday, June 16 and ends on Friday, August 1. The 3-credit classes include: Human Anatomy (BIO 280Literature of Science Fiction/Fantasy (ENG 284); Elementary Algebra (MAT 091); and History of Rock and Roll (MUS 278). A 5-credit class, General Survey of Microbiology (BIO 251) is also available and includes both lecture and lab.
For course descriptions and class times, visit the course schedule section of the website at washington.uwc.edu/academics/courses For more information about admissions, advising and registration for summer session courses, phone Student Affairs at 262-335-5201.
Before registering for classes, students must be accepted for admission. To apply, visit www.uwhelp.wisconsin.edu . Tuition of $197.93 per credit plus $1.76 for segregated fees (total $199.69 per credit) is due on the first day of class. Fall semester begins Tuesday, September 2. The fall course schedule will be available on the website, http://washington.uwc.edu in April.