Summer School for Current College Students

Information on Summer School 2010 is not available yet.

Are you a high school student?
See Summer School for High School Students.

Classes Available

All class meet Monday-Friday from June 9 through July 2. Note that June 9 is a Tuesday, so there is no Monday class on the first week of summer school.

Course Instructor Time Place Credit Hours
ART 211
Hand Build Pottery (limit 12)
Performance Core
Kathy Brodnax 3pm 5pm Turner Art Center 3
DANC 246
Intermediate Jazz
Performance Core
Sparke/Keele 5:30pm 7:30pm Fitness Center 2
ENGL 341
Seminar in Major Authors
Humanities Core
Jeff Hendricks 1pm - 3pm Jackson 304 3
GEOG 101
Human Geography
Social Science Core
David Bieler 8:30am 10:30am Mickle Hall 103 3
MUS 143
Music Appreciation
Humanities Core
Julia Thorn 10:30am 12:30pm Anderson 116 3
PHYS 103/113
Conceptual Physics & Lab
Natural Science Core
Jerry Lisantti 1pm 5pm Mickle 111, 114 4
PSY 303/313
Statistics For Behavioral Science
Matt Weeks 8:30am - 12:30pm Library 10 3
THEA 112
Analysis and Criticism
Humanities Core
Hooper/Sledge 5:30pm 7:30pm Marjorie Lyons Playhouse 3

Costs and Financial Aid

Summer Session Fees

Tuition $260 per hour
Fees $55
Room $320 (double), $395 (single)
Board $360

Financial Aid

The only form of financial aid available for summer session is federal student aid. Please contact the Financial Aid Office at 800-234-4448 or 318-869-5137 or email at email for more information.

Enrolling in Summer School

The deadline for both enrolling in Summer School is Monday, June 8th, 2009. All financial arrangements must be finalized by Monday, June 8th as well.

If you are a Centenary student...

Simply get in touch with your advisor to register for Summer School classes.

Alternatively, you may contact Dr. Webber (email) or Dr. Hoaas (email) in the Provost's Office (318-869-5104) for assistance with registering for Summer School.

If you are a college student from another school...

All other students wishing to enroll in summer school must submit a special application and a health form. These forms, as well as supporting materials (a transcript from the university or college currently being attended as well as results from the ACT or SAT exam) must be received in the Admissions Office by Monday, June 8th.

Materials can be submitted in person or mailed to:

Centenary Office of Admissions
Attn: Summer School
2911 Centenary Boulevard
Shreveport, LA 71104