Work the Brain, the Creative Verve and the Body at Duquesne This Summer
Duquesne University offers your brain, your creative genius and your body a workout this summer. More than 500 academic courses will be offered in summer sessions, plus a writing camp for high schoolers, an online writing workshop for adults and kids' sports camps.
The money-saving bonus of free summer housing is offered to Duquesne students who have lived on campus in the spring or will be campus residents in the fall. Some undergraduate schools also offer a tuition discount for the summer.
Students from other institutions are also welcome to take a summer course to catch up, get ahead or focus on a special topic.
Thirteen different on-campus and online sessions, ranging from three to 12 weeks, begin in May, June and July. Registration is open for credit classes, as well as for certificate programs (like becoming a paralegal in just 12 weeks).
Besides soccer, lacrosse, basketball and volleyball camps for kids, the University's schedule includes reading classes and literacy development and clinics. For more information, visit www.duq.edu/summer.
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