Registration open for GCC Summer Online courses

Grove City College is offering online courses this summer in adolescent literature, thermodynamics, social media writing, accounting and a dozen more disciplines that can help students get ahead at work, school and in life.

The College’s online course offerings are affordable and convenient options for students to earn transferable college credits from home, allowing current college students to reduce the time and cost of earning a degree and professionals and adult learners a means to boost their skills and knowledge of the world. Courses are taught by Grove City College faculty, ensuring that academic standards set by one of the country’s top liberal arts colleges are maintained.

This summer, students can choose from more than 50 courses in diverse subjects including Excel certification, psychology, exercise science, mathematics, accounting, business, creative writing, physics and astronomy, design and engineering. Complete course listings and registration information is available online at gcc.edu/summeronline. Registration is open now for early and late summer sessions.

Summer online courses range from one to four credits at a cost of just $395 per credit. Dual-enrolled high school students and incoming Grove City College freshmen pay just $175 per credit.

The College has increased the number of courses available online, making it possible for students to take a year’s worth of classes without stepping foot on campus. Some courses can be completed in just weeks instead of months.

The online program is designed to bring the College’s excellent academic offerings to a wider audience of college students and adult learners. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Grove City College is routinely ranked as one of the country’s top colleges by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review and others based on academic quality and superior outcomes.

Courses are open to qualified students from any institution of higher learning, adult learners and dual-enrolled high school students. California students are not eligible. Early summer session begins May 24, with most courses ending by July 2. Late summer session begins July 6, with all courses ending by August 13. Students may add or drop a course up until the day before the course begins; however, some professors may set their own earlier deadlines for course registration.

For more information on online courses at Grove City College, visit gcc.edu/summeronline.

Registration open for GCC Summer Online courses

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