Keep earning credits this summer! Enrollment is open for summer classes now being offered during three summer sessions — direct from our Main Campus to your home for Summer Sessions I, II and III.
Summer sessions are slated to be held remotely.
Remote/online learning at Emory & Henry entails personal contact with your professors and advisors – a hallmark of an E&H education; a virtual career center; access to mental and physical health professionals; free tutors and student instructors who will work with you on projects and assignments. No one approaches their education alone – it is our Connected Promise. We stand by you and connect you. That’s what we do on campus and online. We offer a Connected Liberal Arts experience that bridges class experiences with world of work experiences while making the outreach connections that students need with alumni, jobs, internships, mentors, graduate schools and more. And, we’re offering it as fast as students need it – with acceptance of past credits, offering of summer classes, and new session scheduling, the time for earning a degree can be fast-tracked to save on costs.
Whether you are a current or prospective student, home for the summer, or taking community college classes or courses at another institution, take advantage of summer classes at Emory & Henry College.
It’s the perfect time to catch up on your course load, start a minor or fast-track completion toward your degree. Summer credits help you get ahead on your degree or allow you take a course just for fun.
Reduced tuition summer 2020– Just $220 per credit!
Interested in seeing what classes we are offering? Detailed session and the most up to date course information can be found here. Follow the directions below to see a detailed list of courses being offered.
- Use the “Advanced Search” option to search
- Select 2020 Summer Session terms and view each session to see which specific courses are offered.
How to Enroll
Log into Self Service to add the course to your course plan for advisor approval. Then go to register for the course in Self Service.
Not a Current Student or Enrolling in Fall 2020 or beyond?
You can register for summer courses by filling out the special student application.