The first round of summer courses will begin Monday, May 17, and registration is under way. Any eligible student can register for summer classes through open registration — no appointments are necessary. Those who have not attended Boise State within the last two years must complete a brief non degree-seeking application for admission.
Boise State’s 2010 summer program offers more than 500 courses, including core, upper division, graduate and distance classes. A wide variety of workshops also are available, including the Desert Studies Institute (celebrating its 13th anniversary), cinema, health and wellness, cultural awareness and Boise-focused topics. Students can take courses on campus, online, at other Boise campuses or in the field.
The summer schedule allows students to take courses and still have time off. Sessions begin May 17, June 7, June 14 and July 13 and are offered for 3, 4, 5, 8 or 10 weeks. Workshops are offered throughout the summer. Students can view a complete schedule and register online by logging on to BroncoWeb.
There are a number of incentives for enrolling in summer courses:
- Reach your goals faster
- Improve your GPA
- Complete prerequisites or electives
- Learn from expert faculty
- Fit condensed and online classes into your summer plans
- Summer classes cost less than fall and spring
- Take advantage of easier parking and smaller classes
- Study abroad in a summer program
For more information, visit www.boisestate.edu/summer or call the Boise State summer program office in Extended Studies at 426-1709.