Spring Hill College has expanded its summer class offerings to include more online options aimed at increasing accessibility for busy and off-campus students.
Subsession three, which runs from May 10 to June 21, will offer a mix of online and traditional class options. Subsession four, which runs from June 22 through August 3, will be offered entirely online.
"Summer classes are a great way for students who are behind to get caught up or for those who are pursuing a double major or who would like to get ahead in their major to do so. The changes in format and mode of instruction provide flexibility and access to quality instruction for summer students, while also meeting their requested needs,” said Jenny Good, PhD, associate provost for Spring Hill College.
Changes to the 2017 schedule were implemented as a result of a student survey conducted in fall 2016. Feedback from the initiative led to this year’s updated schedule of four summer subsessions and more online course options. The component for students participating in summer internships for credit was also restructured to provide greater flexibility and more clarity on internship expectations. Classes are open to Spring Hill students as well as others not currently enrolled, including members of the incoming freshman class.