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This summer is your chance to move ahead. Whether you’re looking to graduate in four years, knock out a difficult class or study abroad, taking summer classes can help you reach your goal. Here are some reasons why:

Get Money

Register before March 23 for a chance to be awarded a $150 Bookstore and More Grant! Hundreds of grants will be randomly awarded at the conclusion of Priority Registration. To be eligible, students must be signed up for 6 credit hours for Summer 2016. The grant will be applied to your Bursar bill and can cover tuition, fees, or book charges up to $150. The only way to win is to register!!!!

Graduate on time, or early

Did you know that you only need 30 credit hours each academic year to graduate in four years? Taking summer courses can help you fill those gaps and keep you on track to collect your diploma in three-and-a-half or four years instead of five or six. That can save you time and money, and get your career off to a faster start. What are you waiting for? Find your summer classes now.

Study close to home

Summer often means working for some extra cash or hanging out with friends and family. Why not fit in a class? Take a look at the online offerings to find one that works for you. Browse the summer online courses!

Explore your options

This summer try a new experience. College is about taking risks and finding out about yourself, after all. IU Southeast offers many opportunities for study abroad or an internship.

Dates to circle!

  • Bookstore and More Grant drawing deadline: March 23, 2016
  • Summer I: May 10 – June 22, 2016
  • Summer II: June 27 – Aug. 8, 2016

While You’re At It . . .

Fall is closer than you think. Why not get a head start and register for fall classes now? It’s easy and costs nothing – register now for fall and pay nothing until September 10!

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