College students in Central Ohio will have a convenient and affordable option to keep their education on track during the summer of 2017. Ohio Dominican University (ODU) will offer more than 50 undergraduate courses at nearly half the usual cost. Courses for traditional undergraduate students will be available for $350 per credit hour, which is significantly less than the current price of $720 per credit hour.
ODU’s summer undergraduate courses will cover a wide range of popular fields of study, including art, science, business, education, English, foreign language, history and theology. The courses will be available in a variety of flexible formats, including online, at ODU’s campus at 1216 Sunbury Road in Columbus, or a combination of both formats.
ODU’s summer sessions range from two to eight weeks in length with available start dates in May, June and July.
To learn more about Ohio Dominican’s summer course offerings, visit ohiodominican.edu/Summer. Please contact ODU’s Office of Admission at 614-251-4500 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
“After receiving a tremendous response last year, we decided to again offer summer courses at one of the lowest tuition rates in the region,” said ODU vice president for Academic Affairs, Theresa Holleran, Ph.D. “Summer is the perfect time for students to either catch up in coursework or get a head start on the fall semester. One of the major advantages of ODU’s courses are that they are easily transferrable to other universities, which makes ODU’s summer courses attractive to all college students.”
Students who participate in summer courses at ODU and/or an internship in Central Ohio are eligible to live on campus. Convenient on-campus housing is available to non-ODU students for $100 per week (minimum four-week stay) and $350 per month for current ODU students. Affordable meal options are also available to residents.
Ohio Dominican University is a comprehensive, four-year, private, liberal arts and master’s institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican tradition by the Dominican Sisters of Peace. The University has approximately 2,550 students and offers undergraduate degrees in 40 majors and nine graduate degree programs. At ODU, students connect their passion with a purpose.