Short Session - November 30-December 18

Please use this form to register;  paper forms are also available at the Records Office (DB 507).

All the classes are offered Synchronously, so they will meet ONLINE during the day and times listed below.

Course Instructor Date/Time Pre-Requisites
ENGL 110 “Writing for General Audiences” Jason Gildow MTWRF 12:30-3:30 PM
HIST 157 “West and the World Ben Tyner MTWRF 12:30-3:30 PM
LITR 231 “Ancient Western Literature” Mike Mennard MTWRF 12:30-3:30 PM
MATH 111 “College Algebra” Lesa Kean MTWRF 8:30-11:30 AM MATH 119 not taken AND (ACT MATH 20 or NEW SAT MATH 510 or ALEKS 46)
RELB 255 “Jesus and the Gospels” Lena Toews MTWRF 8:30-11:30 AM
RELT 141 “Christian Beliefs” Tom Toews MTWRF 8:30-11:30 AM RELB 115 or RELT 110 not taken
RELT 305 “Christian Ethics” (Currently Full) Ben Holdsworth MTWRF 8:30-11:30 AM ENGL 212; Sophomore Status

Important Dates:

  • Monday, October 5 - Registration Opens
  • Monday, November 30 – Classes Begin
  • Wednesday, December 2 – Add Drop Deadline
  • Thursday, December 10 – Withdrawal Deadline
  • Friday, December 18 – Last day of classes/Exams

How to Register

  • Initial beside which class(es) you would like to sign up for.
  • You can take two classes, but please note that since these are synchronous courses, you will not be allowed to sign up for two classes that meet at the same time. Please initial beside all classes you would like to take.
  • Courses are available on a first come, first served basis. Each course has limited availability. You are welcome to put a second choice on the form. If you try to register for a course that is already full, you will be notified that you have been placed on the waitlist for that course.
  • Most of the courses don’t have pre-requisites, but if you don’t meet them, please have the instructor of the course give permission by signing off on the form. We will also let you know if you don’t meet the pre-requisites, but you will have 1 day from the notice to get permission of instructor without losing your spot.

Financial Questions

Courses are added on top of our Fall 2020 attempted credit total; you may incur additional tuition costs. It is your responsibility to understand the financial implications signing up for a Short Session will mean for your individual situation.

  • If you are currently signed up for 14 credits and you add a Short Session class, you fall under the 17 hours ceiling for the semester. Most likely there will not be additional costs, but you will need to have a thorough conversation with SFS about your individual situation.
  • If you are at 15 hours and you add a Short Session class, you would be above the 17 hours ceiling for the semester. Most likely there will be additional costs so you will need to have a thorough conversation with SFS about your individual situation.