Make your summer productive.
Summer 2020 registration is open!
Ursuline's Institute for Women, Wellness & Workforce is offering summer programs focused on five areas:
Ursuline offers a range of undergraduate classes over the summer, including psychology, history, art, philosophy, and religious studies. Accelerate toward degree completion, catch up, or simply focus closely on one topic of interest. Undergraduates may choose from the courses listed here or the UCAP offerings, below. Ursuline traditional undergraduates need advisor and dean approval to take UCAP classes.
If you are a current Ursuline student, please register through My Ursuline. If you are currently enrolled in another college, please submit a transient student form (obtained at your college) to Ursuline Registrar Leah Sullivan.
Ursuline offers several summer courses for high school students. Please note: Students can enroll in one of two ways. Either the student can meet admission requirements and take the course for credit or the student can audit the course for personal experience.
Ursuline offers a variety of UCAP courses during the summer in fields such as biology, legal studies, social work, history, business, art, and more. UCAP (for Ursuline College Accelerated Program) is a degree-completion program designed to accommodate adults with job and family commitments. Classes are typically taught in the evenings or online in five-week blocks. UCAP summer courses are open to traditional undergraduate students as well as those already enrolled in our degree-completion program. Ursuline traditional undergrads need approval from their advisor and dean to register for UCAP summer classes.
Ursuline offers numerous graduate courses over the summer.
Ursuline's Education Unit is offering online, continuing education courses for teachers.