Summer College - 2017

Summer College

Summer College - 2017

Off Campus, Summer/Winter College & ACE Program
    Karen Murtin, coordinator
    143 Warren Student Services Center
    Bloomsburg University
    Bloomsburg, PA 17815
    570-389-4824 | E-mail us

Session I - May 22 - August 11, 2017
Session II - May 22 - June 30, 2017
Session III - July 3 - August 11, 2017
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Accelerated Four-Week Online Only Courses: May 22-June 16, 2017

Subject Cat Sec Descr Class # Last FN
ANTHRO 101 98 INTRO ANTHROPOLOGY 1036 Fazzino David
ANTHRO 102 98 ANTHRO and WORLD PROBS 1037 Fazzino David
ENGLISH 151 99 INTRO TO LITERATURE 1049 Riley Terrance
ENGLISH 152 99 LITERATURE and SOCIETY 1050 Decker Mark
LAW 331 99 LAW and LEGAL ENVIRON 1332 Usry Mark
LAW 332 99 BUS and COMMERCIAL LAW 1333 Usry Mark
MASSCOMM 120 99 EMERGENT MEDIA IN MC 1103 Magolis David
NURSING 230 99 DRUG: USE and ABUSE 1358 Eckroth Bucher Margie
PHYSICS 110 98 INTRO TO ASTRONOMY 1161 Stine Peter
SPANISH 101 99 SPANISH 1 1020 Dorame-Holoviak Patricia

How summer classes work:

  • Concentrated classes in six week sessions
  • 90-minute to three-hour classes, four or five days per week
  • More than 450 course sections to choose from
  • Focus on one course at a time
  • Possible to fit in a whole semester
  • Students say it helps with tough courses
  • Courses transferable to many universities - check with yours to be sure

Scheduling Summer Classes

Summer course offerings will be posted March 6, 2017. Scheduling Begins – Non-priority – March 27, 2017

Note: Summer freshmen and Act 101 students are scheduled by the their program coordinator.

How to Apply - Visiting and Non-Degree Students

Please visit to apply.

Tuition/Fees - Summer Courses

The fee schedule for summer courses is available here.

Resources for summer financial aid.

Credit Limitations

There is a maximum of 7 credits during any six-week session.

Change in Plans after Scheduling?

Visiting/Non-Degree students who officially enroll in classes are responsible for notifying the Academic Advisement Center, Elena Lockard, in writing or by e-mail if they're not going to take the class.
This notification must be done within the first three days of classes. Students who fail to notify Ms Lockard in writing will be assessed all tuition and related charges up to and including the date Ms Lockard is notified.
Note: If student has already begun a class and wishes to withdraw, an online withdrawal must be done. Instruction located at