Summer school classes are available now for anyone looking to explore new interests or take a class they couldn’t fit into their schedule during the regular school year.
The University of Lynchburg is offering three sessions this year: May 24 to June 11, June 14 to July 2, and July 5 to July 23.
A welcome addition this summer is the return of domestic study away programs. Dr. Brooke Haiar, chair of the environmental science and sustainability department, will offer an environmental science class on paleontology and geology in Wyoming, Dr. Jeffrey Herrick will teach exercise physiology at Yellowstone, and Dr. Adam Dean will teach a history class, also at Yellowstone.
“We have been unable to offer any study abroad classes now for two summers straight, but are encouraged that we will be able to offer these opportunities to students this summer,” said Chip Walton, associate provost and dean of general studies.
Other courses will be offered in accounting, art, chemistry, English, communications, management, and religion.
While most classes are online, the University is offering a few hybrids, like chemistry courses, and some nursing classes will be in person.
For more information, including registration, visit lynchburg.edu/academics/courses/summer-school.