WWU Summer Session comes to King County
Students who want to catch up on WWU credits during the summer will have one more option when Western offers Summer Session courses in King County for the first time this June.
Western faculty will teach the 30 to 35 courses during the six-week Summer in Seattle session at North Seattle Community College. The classes, to begin June 19, will include both for-credit and adult enrichment courses.
Summer in Seattle continues Western's commitment to the state to help students graduate in a timely manner. Since Western attracts 40 percent of its freshmen and transfer students from King County, Summer in Seattle helps them get a head start for their studies at Western. For current Western students, many of whom return home to Seattle during the summer, the opportunity to take classes during the summer helps them complete degree requirements faster.
Summer in Seattle will offer a range of interesting classes. For example, Western's College of Business and Economics will be offering seven core business classes that allow students to get started on their major requirements. A variety of popular General University Requirement (GUR) classes also will be offered.
A Summer in Seattle course listing is available online at: www.wwu.edu/summer.
Summer Session will continue to be offered on Western's campus in Bellingham as well. Tuition is the same at both sites. A total of more than 450 courses will be offered in Bellingham, Seattle and online. Registration opens May 7. The classes are open to the public and formal admission to Western is not required.
Learn more at www.wwu.edu/summer.