Fees, tuition reduced for Summer 2020 courses

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Summer learning looks different at Augusta University this year, but it's now more affordable than ever.

May brings the start of summer classes to Augusta University, and summer learning is more affordable than ever this year.

Tuition for all undergraduate student credit hours will be billed at the same rate, including for non-residents and 100% online degree programs.

In addition, the only fees that will be charged for both undergraduate and graduate students are the Special Institutional Fee and the Technology Fee. All other mandatory student fees will be waived, as well as course, lab and program fees.

“There’s really no better time to take summer courses at Augusta University,” says Dr. Susan Davies, vice president for Enrollment and Student Affairs. “It’s more affordable than ever, and taking summer classes will help students transition from what’s been a very unique spring to — we hope — a more normal fall.”

Just a few of the offered classes include Intro to Web Development, Women’s Literature, Fundamentals of Biology, Intro to Business, and Public Speaking. See the full selection of Summer 2020 course offerings on POUNCE.

Screenshot of Registrar's website, showing the 5 semesters of Summer 2020
Augusta University is offering five unique summer sessions. For more details, see the Registrar’s Office Summer 2020 calendar.

Dr. Zach Kelehear, vice provost for Instruction, wants students to take advantage of this summer’s unique opportunity.

“AU is offering all courses online this summer, making summer learning more accessible than ever,” says Kelehear. “Whether students want to get ahead or need to catch up, summer courses are a great way to stay engaged with the campus and prioritize their degree progression.”

For students needing books for summer classes, the JagStore has guidance for online book buying.

Learn more on the summer learning website.

 

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Paige Fowler is the Communications Specialist for the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at pfowler@augusta.edu.

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