Not long ago, Anderson University senior Latoya Francis was faced with a dilemma. The international student from Grand Cayman would soon be graduating, then participating in her third trip to Uganda, where she has been involved in the Tumaini Aids Prevention Program (TAPP). But she did not have the funds to finance her return home.
For many students at Anderson University, scheduling classes can be a difficult task. However, with the inclusion of summer classes, some of that stress can be alleviated. Summer classes provide an extra four sessions in which students can complete credits toward graduation. The classes are also offered at a reduced rate of $350 per credit hour, which helps ease the financial burdens that many students face.
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