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Summer at DU will never be the same

The University of Denver is dramatically increasing the number of courses available for undergraduate students during summer quarter.

Beginning in June, more choices will be available online and on-campus in each of the academic divisions that offer undergraduate education.

“A survey in April of last year showed that undergraduate students are interested in expanded summer-term offerings at the University,” says DU Provost Gregg Kvistad. “Our goal is to make it easier for students remaining in the Denver area to take classes on campus and to increase the number of online courses so those who go home can earn DU credits no matter where they’re located.”   

The higher number of summer courses also will make it easier for students to accelerate their degree program according to the provost. And just as important, students studying abroad will have access to classes during the summer they might miss during the academic quarter they’re away.

In addition to more courses, DU also will offer more need-based financial aid for the new summer term.

A new website provides information about courses, financial aid, housing and other important facts. Visit to learn more.

Registration begins April 11.    

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