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Need financial aid for Summer School?  

Posted on March 20, 2017

Did you know you may be eligible to receive financial aid for taking summer classes? You can apply for summer financial aid here.

Don’t forget to register for Summer School

Posted on May 05, 2014

There are many great classes being offered this summer to help you complete some of your LASC requirements, as well as courses required for your major. Make sure to check out the schedule and register today!

Fun summer learning at MSUM – but don’t call it school

Posted on July 12, 2012

Charlie Maki, 8, and Hannah Maki, 13, of Moorhead sew penguins out of sock and gloves Tuesday during the Stuffed! class at Minnesota State University Moorhead for their College for Kids program. Carrie Snyder / The Forum

By: Ryan Johnson, INFORUM

MOORHEAD – Hundreds of area youngsters are on the Minnesota State University Moorhead campus this summer, getting their hands dirty crafting clay masterpieces and diving into the science of nanotechnology.

Now in its 13th year, the university’s annual summer program College for Kids aims to give 8- to 14-year-olds a chance to do something enriching and educational with classes in sports, science and art, co-director Shireen Alemadi said.

But don’t call these learning experiences summer school. Read the rest of this entry →

Like something cool? Try summer school!

Posted on March 08, 2011

Yes, there’s a lot of snow on the ground and it’s cold, but summer is coming and with it some interesting opportunities to learn.  MSU Moorhead’s 2011 summer sessions offer courses that may be of interest to you.

Do you want to earn credits toward general or degree requirements, or learn a new skill for your career or for personal enrichment? Over 300 courses are scheduled in flexible sessions of three, four, five, six or eight weeks. The first session begins May 16 with more classes starting in June.  All classes are over by August 4.

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