CLASSES


2014 Class Schedule

Registration begins November 4, 2013 and continues through the first day of class.


Summer I
Three-week classes, May 12 - May 30
Five-week classes, June 2 - July 3
Eight-week classes, May 12 - July 3
Courses: Campus | Online
PDF Scheduling Calendar


Summer II: July 7 - August 7
Courses: Campus | Online
PDF Scheduling Calendar


 

Summer is an excellent time to:

  • Start—or accelerate—a degree program.
  • Satisfy a foundational studies requirement.
  • Earn ISU credit for transfer to your home college.
  • Enroll in professional development.

For course listings, dates, and instructions, follow the links at right.

For fees and financial aid, see links at left.

Note:  New students (including summer guests) must complete the appropriate admission application prior to registering for classes. For instructions, visit undergraduate or graduate admission. For assistance, call 1-800-GO-TO-ISU (undergraduates) or 1-800-444-GRAD (graduate students). Currently enrolled ISU students should visit State Summester for instructions.



Special Opportunities

Career and Technical Education Business License Program
This online program is for business education teachers (grades 5-12) who wish to add an additional licensure in the area of vocational business education.

Driver Education Instructor License Program
This online program prepares individuals to teach driver education to all age groups.

High School Summer Honors
Register for one of our one-week seminars for high school students, to be held July 20-26, 2014 on the ISU campus. Explore an academic interest. Experience campus life. Earn University credit.

Professional Development for Educators
Information and links to graduate-level courses and programs for educators.

Teaching English as A Second/Foreign Language Certificate Program
This online graduate-level certificate program prepares individuals to teach in a variety of settings, including language schools in the U.S. and other countries. However, licensure as a teacher is required to teach ESL in public schools in Indiana (and elsewhere in the United States).



Last updated April 30, 2014