Be Ahead of the Class
The weather outside may be getting frightful, but earning credits while wearing your PJs and not leaving the house this winter break is so delightful. Register for January Intersession and earn three credits in just four weeks.
Already wondering how you’re going to make it through the winter now that the temperatures are dropping and the days are shorter? Hibernate inside this winter break and earn three credits in just four weeks (and possibly in your PJs) through January Intersession. Registration is now open for those who’d like to spring into the next semester with a few extra credits under their belt.
Students can choose from 50 different classes—from finite math to the history of sports in the US—and earn between two and four credits through online, hybrid online/in-class, and traditional in-class courses that span from Monday, January 5, 2015 through Sunday, February 1, 2015.
So if you’ve got places to go next semester—abroad, an internships, or elsewhere—let it snow credits, let it snow credits, let it snow credits this winter break.
Click here for more information and to register for January Intersession.
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