YORK, Pa. — There’s still an opportunity to take classes this summer at Penn State York. The second six-week summer session begins Wednesday, June 28, and continues through Aug. 4. Summer classes offer students a chance to get ahead for fall, catch up on classes, or just get started. The six-week session offers students the opportunity to take day, evening or online classes. Some classes may also combine online with face-to-face instruction.
York's small class size offers students the opportunity to get to know faculty members and work in research areas using state-of-the-art lab facilities. The two summer sessions also allow students to take a class and still have time to enjoy the summer. Students can also take advantage of all the resources on campus, including the newly-renovated Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community Center.
High school students can put the summer to good use by taking a college course through dual enrollment. Dual enrollment allows eligible high school juniors and seniors to take college courses at a 50 percent tuition reduction. Dual enrollment enables students to get a jump on their college careers by earning college credits while still in high school. For more information on dual enrollment, please contact the Penn State York Admissions Office at (717) 771-4040 or visit http://york.psu.edu/admission/apply/dual-enrollment.
For more information on summer course offerings at Penn State York, call (717) 771-4050 or visit york.psu.edu/summer.