Willamette summer classes open to high school seniors

by Marketing & Communications,

  • Willamette University

Willamette University is offering high school seniors a more affordable way to kick start college. 

Designed for first-year students, the university’s new summer classes — on topics including indigenous cinema, nanotechnology, chemistry and poetry — introduce students to future faculty members and classmates. Registration ends June 5 at 5 p.m.

All classes will be taught remotely from July 6-30. Students who enroll at Willamette this fall can apply 50% of what they paid toward their fall term bill. Tuition remission does not apply. 

The only requirement for students is access to a computer and high-speed internet connection. Otherwise, all readings and films will be made available for free online.

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