Get ahead in your Degree Program! Enroll in New College summer courses today!

Don't put your future on hold

Taking summer school classes offers you a chance to get closer to your degree, catch up on degree requirements or take courses for personal and professional development. Attend one, two or all three sessions. Choose from dozens of six-week or eight-week sessions taught by New College faculty you probably already know. 

New first-year students, new transfer students will receive a $500 Summer 2020 Award per every three credits taken.

New College offers three summer sessions, A, B and C. Registration for all sessions is open now.

Session A: Monday, 5/18/2020 – Friday, 6/26/2020
Session B: Wednesday, 7/1/2020 – Tuesday, 8/11/2020
Session C: Monday, 5/18/2020 – Friday, 7/10/2020

Summer sessions A and C (starting on May 18, 2020), will be offered through remote learning techniques including online and Zoom delivery. There will be no in-person teaching for summer sessions A or C. A decision regarding face-to-face teaching in summer session B (starting on July 1, 2020) will be posted to this site at a later date.

How to find summer courses right for you

Search among dozens of New College summer courses hereOr contact advisors for your school:

          School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies  harcsadvising@asu.edu

          School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences mnsadvising@asu.edu

          School of Social and Behavioral Sciences sbsadvising@asu.edu

 

Check out some of the courses offered this summer:

Current Student Summer Courses

School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies (SHArCS)

REL 321 Religion in America
MUS 349 Music in America
DST 394 Disability Studies - Special Topic
ENG 324: Horror in Film and Fiction: Cinematic Guide to Surviving the Pandemic
ENG 420 Multicultural Autobiographies
ENG 440 Studies in American Literature and Culture
IAS 300 Career Strategies and Personal Resilience - Session A
IAS 300 Career Strategies and Personal Resilience - Session B
ENG 379 Travel Writing

e-mail Contact a SHArCS Advisor

telephone602-543-3000