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Summer Session 2021

Looking to expand your education this summer and possibly accelerate your path to graduation? Menlo College is offering a slate of 18 different summer courses to help you achieve your goals. Take an advanced business course in your major or to explore one, sign up for a literature class to discover great stories and books, or deepen your expertise in psychology. Whatever your stage in your academic career, the Menlo Summer schedule has something for you. 


The courses we plan to offer, subject to sufficient enrollment and instructor availability, are as follows: 

Summer Term I
May 24 – June 18 (4-weeks)
Summer Term II
June 21 – August 6 (7-weeks)
MGT 327FIN 439
ACC 201PSY 309
MGT 305SMG 303
BSA 315SMGT 400
LIT 304MGT 317
PSY 411PSY 412
HUM 307PSY 310
LIT 150FIN 320
LIT 301

Classes will meet either once or twice per week. Attendance will be required. Students who are working or in different time zones, must obtain permission from the instructor to make alternative arrangements (e.g. watch recording and complete additional requirements as determined by the instructor). Students must have video on during class, unless they obtain permission from the instructor to do otherwise. Students must also have reliable access to WiFi and a computer. 


Summer classes are 50% the price of usual Menlo courses, and students may qualify for financial aid and/or scholarships.


A minimum enrollment of 6 units is required to be eligible for summer financial aid. Please complete a summer financial aid application prior to registering for classes if you plan to use any available Pell grant, federal student loans, federal parent PLUS loan, California Grant, Veterans education benefits, or private loans. 


Your Academic Advisor is ready to help you select and register for summer classes. Please reach out to your advisor, or schedule an appointment via youcanbookme to discuss your summer selections and how summer classes may impact your graduation plan. 


Summer housing will be available, but not guaranteed to students. Students must apply to live in on-campus housing for the summer by the end of April. More information, including a link to the application, will be sent out to students via their Menlo College email by the beginning of April. 


If you have questions, please contact Director of Academic Affairs Operations Cindy McGrew at cmcgrew@menlo.edu.

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