Indiana State Summester 2014
We're for Making the Most of Summer
Registration has begun for State Summester 2014, this year's name for summer
school. State Summester gives you many opportunities
to take summer courses online or on campus.
You can choose from hundreds of courses in either of two main sessions:
Here are great reasons to take summer classes:
- Getting done faster or getting back on your completion timeline. An extra semester, plus lost income from a first job, can cost you up to $25,000.
- To maintain a scholarship. Those with state scholarships such as the 21st Century Scholar Program and Frank O’Bannon grant must complete 30 hours in a calendar year (including summer) to keep their full scholarship.
- You may be eligible for aid to help pay for it.
- Three classes for the price of two in a single summer term (i.e., 9
hours for the price of 6).
- You can live on campus or attend from anywhere for courses offered online.
- The Student Employment Office can assist in helping you find a summer job if you desire that as well.
- You can take a class at another institution which can count toward your degree if confirmed by your advisor, although be aware that it won’t count toward your GPA.
Need to live on campus for the summer session? Residence halls are open for State Summester.
Remember, if you have any questions about what courses to consider for summer sessions, contact your academic advisor.
FREE - State Summester Sycamore Madness Bash!
Celebrate the beginning of the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament AND get geared up for State Summester.
- Enter drawing for door prizes; including 60 inch HD TV
Check out options for summer school
- Talk to advisors, Registrar, Financial Aid, Residential Life, Student Employment, 21st Century Scholars
- Eat free PIZZA and WINGS
- Get free t-shirt (first 150 students)
- Play BINGO; win prizes
- Play basketball “hot shot”
- Watch NCAA tournament on GIANT screen
- And much more...
State Summester Sycamore Madness Bash
Friday, March 21, 6-9 p.m., Student Recreation Center
Save Money by Enrolling in State Semester
Did you know taking summer courses can save—or even earn—you money in the long run? Here’s how. If you tack an extra semester
or two to your undergraduate years, you will add an estimated cost of $7,600 to $15,000, depending on residency and eligibility
for tuition discounts. Of course, adding semesters also delays the start of your full-time career and the salary that comes with it.
- 3-week classes, May 12-May 30
- 5-week classes, June 2-July 3
- 8-week classes, May 12-July 3
- 10-week classes, June 2-August 7
- 13-week classes, May 12-August 7
- 5-week classes, July7-August 7