Penn State York's first summer session begins May 12

February 06, 2014

It’s never too early to think about summer classes at Penn State York and registration is under way. Two six-week sessions offer students, undergraduate or graduate, the opportunity to take day or evening classes. 

Two sessions offer students a convenient way to get ahead for fall, catch up on classes or just get started. The first summer session begins May 12 and continues through June 19, and the second summer session begins June 23 and continues through July 31.

Penn State York's small class size offers students the opportunity to get to know faculty members and work in research areas using state-of-the-art lab facilities. The two summer sessions also allow students to take a class and still have time to enjoy the summer. 

High school students can put the summer to good use by taking a college course through dual enrollment. Dual enrollment allows eligible high school juniors and seniors to take college courses at a 50 percent tuition reduction. This enables students to get a jump on their college careers by earning college credits while still in high school. 

With the variety of science and math courses offered in the summer, high school students can also get started on the Chancellor’s Honor Certificate in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) designed to provide them with the skills they need for jobs in the 21st century.  For more information on dual enrollment and the chancellor’s certificate, contact the Penn State York Admissions Office at 717-771-4040.

For more information on summer course offerings at Penn State York, call 717-771-4050 or visit the summer website.

Last Updated February 07, 2014