MARSHFIELD — Open enrollment for the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County’s (UW-M/WC) summer session is underway. Multiple sessions are offered May through August. Courses are condensed and range in length from three to eight weeks so students can quickly earn college credits designed to transfer to any state four-year university.
Current UW-M/WC students, students attending other colleges who are in the area for the summer, high school students wanting to get a jump on their college education, and new students can take summer sessions courses. Early registration is recommended.
“This is a good way for students to catch up or get ahead on their work towards a degree,” said Jayant Anand, regional associate dean for academic affairs for UW Colleges.
During the summer session, UW-M/WC will be offering six courses in a variety of subjects, including anatomy and physiology, introduction to photography, and introduction to psychology.
For a complete list of summer session offerings, including application and registration information, visit uwc.edu/u4u/summer, or call UW-M/WC Student Affairs at 715-389-6530.