Summer Classes Set
Whether students need a few credits toward a degree, want to expand their professional skills or simply have a lifelong interest in learning, there are classes available at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls this summer.
The UW-RF offers a wide array of credit and non-credit classes for undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, business professionals and area residents beginning May 26 and continuing through Aug. 15.
Current UW-RF students and those enrolled at other institutions but residing in the area for the summer can take advantage of a compressed schedule of classes to complete requirements for their degree programs.
The University also offers several graduate programs for teachers in the summer months. Many working teachers find that summer is a great time to refine their skills or pick up practical knowledge which they can apply to their classrooms in the fall. Graduate programs in agricultural education, elementary and secondary education, reading and principal licensure are a few of the programs for teachers that begin in the summer.
Availability for many classes is drawing to a close. To find out which classes still have openings and how to register, visit the web site at www.uwrf.edu/summer or call the Outreach and Graduate Studies Office at 715/425-3256 or 800-228-5607.
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