Summer 2001 Classes
Get Underway June 4
For additional information, contact Criss McCauley, senior admissions counselor, 304-424-8213.
Summer classes begin June 4 at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
Two four-week terms and an eight-week session are scheduled on the Parkersburg campus and at the college’s Jackson County Center in Ripley.
The first-four week and eight-week summer classes begin June 4. The first four-week session ends June 29 with final exams. The eight-week term concludes July 27. The second four-week classes meet July 2-July 27.
The summer schedule is accessible on WVU Parkersburg’s web site, http://www.wvup.wvnet.edu or paper copies are available on campus.
Courses being offered include the following subject areas: accounting, biology, business technology, chemistry, computer information technology, computer science, criminal justice, economics, English, general business, geography, geology, health, history, language arts, management, mathematics, music, nursing, physical science, political science, process technology, psychology, reading, sociology, speech, student development, theatre and welding.
In addition, the summer terms will include a number of college credit courses in a flexible format. The Alternative Delivery System courses may require access to a computer and the Internet. Students should review the primary delivery method and check with the instructor before registering for an ADS course.
Summer ADS classes being offered include courses in computer science, nursing, general business, health, political science and management.
Registration is open currently for the summer terms. Deadline to register is June 5 for the first four-week term; June 6 for the eight-week term, and July 3 for the second four-week session.
Tuition for in-state students in certificate/associate programs or admitted to baccalaureate programs before April 1, 2000 is $59.85 per credit hour. Tuition for West Virginia residents admitted to a baccalaureate program on or after April 1, 2000 is $76.85 a credit hour.
Additional information is available by contacting the college’s Records Office, 424-8220.
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