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2016 EARLY SPRING COURSES
2016 Early Spring Courses:
2016 Early Spring Registration Dates
|Student Category||Registration Dates|
|Degree candidates||Nov. 2 – Dec. 28: Online registration via MyRIC|
|Nondegree undergraduates and graduates||Nov. 30 – Dec. 28: Contact Records Office to register|
|National Guard (STEP Program), senior citizens and students with unemployment waivers||Contact Bursar's Office day before the class begins|
Take advantage of the time between semesters to accelerate your plan of study with Early Spring courses. Choose from a wide range of convenient choices for undergraduate and graduate students, including online and hybrid courses.
Undergraduate offerings are available in accounting, computer science, gender studies, health education, math, nonprofit studies, physical education, psychology, sociology and social work. Two general education courses are offered: Gender and Women's Studies 200 and Sociology 207.
Graduate courses are available in counseling, educational leadership, and social work. Graduate workshops include DSM-5: Update and Evidence Based Interventions for the Treatment of Trauma.
2016 Early Spring Dates
Early Spring course dates are Monday, December 28, 2015 through Friday, January 15, 2016; however some courses will include classes or activities before and/or after session dates. For a complete listing of offerings, dates and times, click here:
Early Spring ADD/DROP and TUITION REFUND policies: Due to the intensive nature of the Early Spring courses, the Add/Drop period will extend through the first class meeting of each course. Tuition refunds are not available after the first class meeting of each course.
Join us for 2016 Early Spring to further your education!