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UW-Madison School of Education launches new Summer Term website

April 08, 2016

From Concerts on the Square and farmers’ markets, to music on the Memorial Union Terrace and sailboats on Lake Mendota, UW-Madison and the surrounding communities have plenty to offer in the summer.

It’s also a chance for students to advance their academic pursuits and prepare for their careers. Rather than taking a summer break, they’re seeking a summer breakthrough.

In an effort to enrich the college experience and help students stay on track toward graduation, UW–Madison is encouraging them to consider Summer Term.

Similarly, the School of Education recently launched a new Summer Term website, summer.education.wisc.edu, to help students more easily discover all that our highly ranked School has to offer.

Summer Term
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In all, the School's Summer Term website highlights more than 150 unique courses focused around the arts, education and health.

Summer Term both within the School of Education and across campus now includes more online courses for students who can’t be in Madisonsummer.education.wisc.edu for the summer, or those who can’t fit a face-to-face class into their work and vacation plans. This summer, students anywhere in the world can chose from more than a hundred UW-Madison online courses.

A key benefit of Summer Term is the chance to focus more intently on one class at a time. Students can earn the grades and credits they need to get into a particular area of study, or to get into graduate school.

Summer Term also provides a UW–Madison experience for students enrolled in other schools. They can get required courses out of the way or take classes that aren’t available elsewhere -- then transfer the credits to their primary institutions.

But make sure and check out this information today, as enrollment for Summer Term is already underway.

The School of Education's Summer Term website has additional information about courses, programs, fees, housing options, and summer jobs.

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