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Registration for summer school begins April 26

March 31, 2010 at midnight
Updated March 30, 2010 at 10:31 p.m.


Q: I need to finish school as quickly as possible so I'm planning to take classes at The Victoria College this summer. When is registration?

A: Registration for the Interim, Summer I and Summer II sessions begins on Monday, April 26, and ends on Friday, April 30. Summer I and II registration continues beginning Wednesday, May 26, and ending Tuesday, June 1.

The Summer I session is six weeks starting Wednesday, June 2, with finals on Thursday, July 1.

All summer session classes meet Monday through Thursday. Do keep in mind that because summer classes meet four days per week, six credit hours is considered a full-time schedule, or a maximum of seven credit hours, so that will limit the number of classes you'll be able to take in each session.

You may also want to consider taking a class in the Interim session that begins on Tuesday, May 18, and continues through June 1. Registration dates for the Interim semester are the same as for the Summer I session, so if you choose to enroll in both semesters, you may enroll for both at the same time.

If you're looking to really maximize your summer, you could also attend the Summer II session, another six weeks, which begins on Tuesday, July 6, with finals on Aug. 5. If you choose to take eight-week classes in the Summer I session, however, you would not be able to enroll in Summer II.

Registration will be in Room 208 in Johnson Hall.

Web registration begins Monday, April 19. You may register for your summer classes online, but you must meet eligibility requirements.

Details about Web registration eligibility and a printable schedule of summer registration dates and session dates may be found on the VC Web site at http://www.victoriacollege.edu/schedule.

Do you have a question about The Victoria College? Contact Katy Long, writer/photographer, at 361-573-3291 Ext. 3408 or www.victoriacollege.edu

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