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 | Distance
PDF Scheduling Calendar


Summer II: July 7 - August 7
Courses: Campus | Distance
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 on-line 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 on-line 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 on-line 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 March 28, 2014