Open enrollment for University of Wisconsin-Rock County’s summer session is underway. Summer session courses are condensed into three-, six- and seven-week sessions, so students can quickly earn college credits designed to transfer easily to UW System four-year campuses. Current UW-Rock County students, students attending other colleges who are in the area for the summer, high school students wanting to get a jump on their college education and new students can take summer session courses, so early registration is recommended.
A three-week summer session will be held from May 27 through June 13. Courses available during this session include Human Impact on the Environment.
The six-week session held May 27 through July 3 will include College Algebra, Trigonometry and Statistical Analysis.
The seven-week session held June 16-August 1 will include the following courses: Survey of Astronomy; Anatomy and Physiology; College Writing and Critical Reading; Critical Writing, Reading & Research; Elementary Algebra; Introduction to College Algebra; History of Rock & Roll; Ethics and Introductory Psychology.
For course descriptions, visit the course schedule section of the website at http://rock.uwc.edu/academics/courses. For more information about admissions, advising and registration for summer session courses, call Student Affairs at (608) 758-6565 ext. 200.