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Opportunity for Undergrads to Save on Summer 2012 Tuition or Get Free Housing for Summer 2012
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Summer on SHU campusTwo new Summer Session 2012 promotions from Seton Hall University's Continuing Education and Professional Studies division mean some lucky students will save on Summer Session 2012 tuition or get free housing for Summer Session 2012.

"These new programs are designed to address the needs of Seton Hall students who are seeking ways to reduce the cost of tuition and housing," said Dr. Nancy Low-Hogan, Dean of Continuing Education and Professional Studies. Both programs have limited space and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

The "Take Two Summer Special" offers a discount on tuition to students who need to take CORE 2, and who take a second Intersession 2012 or Summer Session 2012 course. These students will have their tuition for Core 2 reduced by 50% for a savings of $1500. To be eligible, students must have completed CORE 1. Visit www.shu.edu/go/summerpromos for details.

The "Free Summer Housing" promotion is designed for SHU and Visiting Undergraduates who want to stay on Campus this summer. Students who take six or more credits during the 2012 Summer Session I (including Intersession I and/or II), plus one or more credits in 2012 Summer Session II will get free housing all summer (May 22 - August 6, 2012). Visit www.shu.edu/go/summerpromos for details and eligibility requirements.

Pre-registration for Summer Sessions 2012 begins March 19 and ends on March 23, 2012. Registration will re-open again on April 25, 2012.

2012 Summer Session dates are:

Intersession I - May 22-June 11
Intersession II - June 12-June 29
Summer Session I - May 22-June 26
Summer Session II - July 2-August 6

For more information regarding these promotions and registering for Summer Session 2012 classes, please visit: www.shu.edu/go/summerpromos.

For more information please contact:
Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies
(973) 761-9087
ceps@shu.edu

 

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