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Want to get ahead in your degree program? Did a class not go so well and you need to try again? Pick up those courses this summer. Choose from in-person or online options offered throughout the summer months.

BONUS! Undergraduate summer courses are discounted by almost 60%. Pay only $446 per credit as opposed to $1,098 per credit in the academic semesters.

Choose from in-person or online options offered throughout the summer months.

MBA (11 weeks): April 20, 2020 to July 16, 2020
Immersion (3 weeks): May 11, 2020 to May 29, 2020
Summer 1 (6 weeks): May 18, 2020 to June 26, 2020
Summer 1 (12 weeks): May 18, 2020 to August 7, 2020
Summer 2 (6 weeks): June 29, 2020 to August 7, 2020

A full list of courses, dates, and times can be found in the online course listings when you search for Summer 2020. (NOTE: Listings are not yet posted but will be available soon, so you can prepare to discuss your plan at Advisement Day on March 24.)

7 Reasons to Take Summer Courses at Saint Rose

  1. You would like to improve your cumulative GPA. Remember, if you take a course off-campus only the credit transfers and not the grade. The only way to improve your Saint Rose GPA is to take classes here – especially if you would like to replace a grade.
  2. You believe you may be behind in your degree requirements (at least 30 credits should be earned each year).
  3. You are trying to improve your class standing for financial aid purposes…one credit can make a big difference! Stafford loan amounts are determined by the number of earned credits. See the chart below:
    • 0-29 earned credits= up to $5,500 per year as a dependant
    • 30-59 earned credits= up to $6,500 per year as a dependant
    • 60+ earned credits= up to $7,500 per year as a dependant
  4. Pell-eligible students might receive additional Pell funding by taking six or more credits over the summer at Saint Rose.
  5. You are trying to graduate early.
  6. Summer courses are discounted by almost 60%. Pay only $446 per credit as opposed to $1,098 per credit in the academic semesters.
  7. You’re trying to lighten your credit load in the fall if you are scheduled to take a particularly demanding course.