Registration is now open for this year's Summer Sessions being offered at SUNY Fredonia.
A wide selection of undergraduate and graduate level courses including study abroad programs will be offered, allowing students to get a jump start on fulfilling degree requirements.
The upcoming summer courses will cover a large range of diverse subjects including business administration, politics, criminal justice, public speaking, literature and poetry, writing, music education, sport management, media, history, first aid, French, philosophy and theatre arts.
There will also be 35 online courses for students wishing to take summer courses but cannot be physically present on campus.
Tuition (including fees) is $278.85 per credit hour for New York resident, undergraduate-level students, and $428.85 per credit hour for graduate-level, New York residents. Housing, financial aid, and meal plans will also be available to students.
To learn more about financial aid options, contact the Financial Aid Office at 673-3253 as soon as possible.
The last day to register online for May Term and Summer I is April 29 and the last day for Summer II is June 10.
After these dates, registration will be available to students in the Registrar's Office located on the first floor in Reed Library.
For more information or to register, contact the Department of Lifelong Learning and Special Programs at SUNY Fredonia at 673-3177 or visit www.fredonia.edu/summer.