Plan Ahead for Summer Classes Through Truman


Students interested in summer classes should start planning ahead now.

The open course list for summer is available now in TruView with a variety of options for students, including online, hybrid and in-person delivery methods. The flexibility of summer courses provides students the opportunity to have a job, take a vacation or socialize with friends back home.  

Summer is a great time for students to focus their attention on a challenging class, or work on boosting their GPA for scholarship renewal or graduate school applications. It is also an opportunity to make a lot of progress toward an additional major or minor without falling behind.

One of the biggest advantages to taking summer classes through Truman is students know what they are getting. Courses from other institutions may not always cover the pre-requisite topics needed to be successful in subsequent Truman courses.

Summer classes also offer an economic opportunity with three courses for the price of two. Students who take six credit hours at the regular tuition rate can receive hours seven through nine for free.

Registration for summer begins March 16. With six separate terms throughout the summer, students have a variety of options to fit their needs. Interim classes run May 8-29. The first round of five-week courses, as well as 10-week courses, begin June 1, while the second round of five-week courses begins July 6. An eight-week session begins June 7. The August interim runs from July 31-Aug. 14. For more information visit
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