Register now for Intersession and Summer Online courses

Would you like to take a class that interests you but doesn't fit into your regular course load at Grove City College? Finish your general education requirements sooner? Lighten your regular semester course load? Get a semester's worth of instruction and earn two, three or four credits in just two weeks? Save money?

If you answered “Yes” to any of those questions, consider signing up for May Intersession or Summer Online courses.

The College is offering 20 Intersession classes between May 20 and June 1, 2019, just after the spring semester wraps up. The intensive courses cover a range of subjects and academic disciplines and offer a number of advantages, including a singular focus on one class, small class sizes and the undivided attention of professors.

Classes are held from 9 am to 2 pm, Monday through Saturday with a break for lunch. Housing is available, but if campus is close to home, you can sample the commuter lifestyle and save a couple of hundred dollars.

Registration for intersession courses is open now for most students. Don’t miss your chance to be part of Intersession at Grove City College. All students must register by May 16.

Classes offered during intersession include:

  • ACCT 201       Principles of Accounting I
  • ART 390          Study: Raku
  • BIOL 290         Study: Biology of Diving
  • COMM 135     Writing for the Media
  • COMM 225     Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 245     Digital Photography
  • EDUC 203       Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
  • EDUC 290       Study: Innovative Learning Spaces
  • ENGL 290       Study: C.S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot, D. Sayers
  • EXER 230       Intro to Exercise Program Design
  • HUMA 102      Civilization/Biblical Revelation
  • HUMA 200      Western Civilization: Foundations
  • HUMA 202      Civilization/Literature
  • HUMA 303      Christianity and Civilization
  • PHIL 271         Bio-Medical Ethics
  • SCIC 202        Life Science
  • SCIC 203        Atoms, Molecules and the Material World
  • SSFT 212        Science, Faith and Technology

Additionally, the College offers a slate of 41 Summer Online courses that share many of the advantages of Intersession offerings with the added benefit of not having to leave the house. Early Summer courses begin June 1. Late Summer courses begin July 1. Students may register for online classes up until a few days before the course begins.

Early Summer Online courses include:

  • COMP 141      Computer Programming I
  • DESI 220         Design History
  • EDUC 343       Trends/Issues in Early Childhood Education
  • ENGR 274      Mathematical Methods Engineering
  • EXER 215       Medical Terminology
  • EXER 240       Dietary Supplements
  • EXER 244       Nutrition and Health
  • EXER 254       Nutrition in Sports and Exercise
  • EXER 344       Life Cycle Nutrition
  • HUMA 200      Western Civilization: Foundations
  • MATH 111       Pre-Calculus
  • MATH 201       Statistical Methods
  • MECE 214      Thermodynamics
  • MNGT 201      Business Statistics
  • MNGT 214      Business Ethics and Society
  • MNGT 303      Business Law
  • PSYC 101       Foundations of Physical Science
  • PSYC 207       Psychology and Personality
  • PSYC 312       Abnormal Psychology
  • SOCW 101      Foundations of Social Work
  • SSFT 210        Science and Religion
  • WRIT 315        Technical and Professional Document Design

Late Summer Online courses include:

  • ACCT 202       Principles of Accounting II
  • ACCT 303       Cost Accounting
  • DESI 110         Design Software for Beginners
  • EDUC 203       Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
  • EXER 215       Medical Terminology
  • EXER 234       Introduction to Nutrition
  • EXER 240       Dietary Supplements
  • EXER 244       Nutrition and Health
  • HUMA 202      Civilization/Literature
  • INBS 305         Global Business Issues
  • MATH 111       Pre-Calculus
  • MATH 141       Business Calculus
  • MNGT 214      Business, Ethics and Society
  • MNGT 303      Business Law
  • PHYS 121       College Physics I
  • PSYC 208       Social Psychology
  • PSYC 390       Study: Addiction Counseling
  • WRIT 101        Foundations of Academic Discourse
  • WRIT 383        Story Writing

For information about May Intersession and Summer Online terms, visit: To register, visit, click the Academics tab and use the Course Search Portlet to find and register for classes.

Register now for Intersession and Summer Online courses

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