Tusculum College will be expanding its summer term this year and offering courses that can benefit high school students wanting to get ahead in their college career or college students needing specific classes.
Tusculum’s summer school for 2010 will include two six-week terms. The first session, Term A, will be the week of May 17 through the week of June 21. The second session, Term B, will begin the week of June 28 and run through the week of Aug. 2.
Most of the courses will run one afternoon or one night a week for six weeks with some exceptions, such as activity or mathematics courses.
Offerings include freshman level courses in mathematics (algebra), English, history, computer science, psychology, physical education, art and sociology.
Upper level courses will be offered in business administration, special education, physical education and psychology.
Competitive summer tuition rates are being offered.
For more information about what courses are to be offered in each of the terms, visit the Tusculum College Web site at http://www.tusculum.edu/academics/registrar/ and select the 2010 summer school schedule under the “course listings” heading.
Those interested in attending the summer terms who are not already enrolled in Tusculum need to fill out an admission application, which can be found at www.tusculum.edu. For more information or to register for courses, please contact Jane Allen, Graduate and Professional Studies Coordinator of Academic Advising, at 423-636-5087, ext 5602. Ms. Allen’s office is located in Office G-11 on the ground floor of Virginia Hall. The office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.