AU gears up for Summer School 2000

Fri, 2012-07-20 11:13 -- univcomm

Date:  2/17/2000

Title:  AU gears up for Summer School 2000

Anderson University is looking ahead to a full slate of classes being offered this summer for interested students. AU will offer four, 4-week, sessions that provide flexibility and variety. Also available will be two, 7-week, evening sessions with courses meeting Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sessions provide both introductory and advanced courses for specific majors, enrichment purposes, or additional study.

Summer school is a great opportunity for students to get a jump on required courses or increase their credit hours with some fun electives, said Aleza Beverly, associate dean for Adult and Continuing Education. Students are encouraged to register early in order to obtain desired classes.

Summer school students also have the opportunity to select offerings such as reading courses of assigned textbooks, journals and research documents; tutorial courses which regularly meet with an arranged instructor; or special Tri-S courses that provide academic credit through study abroad.

Registration begins February 21 and continues until the first day of each scheduled class. A catalog describing course offerings is available upon request. Tuition for AU Summer School 2000 is $230 per semester hour. All current AU students enrolled in the spring semester are automatically admitted for summer school. New and former students wishing to enroll should contact the AU Admissions Department (800-428-6414).

For further information and details about Summer School 2000, please contact Aleza Beverly, associate dean for Adult and Continuing Education and director of Summer School, at (765-641-4251) or at

Anderson University is a private, four-year, liberal arts institution of approximately 2,300 undergraduate and graduate students. Established in 1917 by the Church of God the university offers more than 60 undergraduate majors and graduate programs of study in business, theology, and education.