Summertime Classes Got it Going On
We think it’s fly when Setters stop by for the summer, for the summer. Registration for Summer Sessions is now open!
Don’t have summer plans yet? Staying on campus for an internship? Wherever this beach season may be taking you, Pace’s Summer Sessions can help you stay on track for graduation, start your post-college life a bit sooner, and even save money over the long-term. If you register for a three-credit Summer Session I course, you’ll be able to take $500 off of a three-credit Summer Session II course—which we think is a prettay, prettay good deal!
In addition to helping you trek forward on your Pace Path, summer classes also provide a rare opportunity to explore an area of study that you’ve maybe always been interested in, but have never had time for. Perhaps you’ve always had a secret passion for ceramics, or want to explore the social history of sports in the United States. With over 600 courses offered in New York City, Westchester, and online, Pace has got you covered.
Booked up for part of the summer? No problem! Pace offers two separate summer sessions. Session I runs from May 31–July 9, and Session II spans from July 11–August 20. Remember, register for both sessions and receive a $500 discount on Summer Session II.
Registration is now open, so whether you want to catch up, explore, or get ahead, it’s time for you to set(ter) your sights on summer!
To learn more about Summer Sessions or to view a class schedule, click here.
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