BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Current Illinois Wesleyan University students, high school juniors
and seniors, alumni, community members and others are invited to enroll in the University’s
Summer Term courses.
This year's offerings are significantly expanded relative to last year's, and the University will be using
both a June and July session. At present, more than 20 summer courses are listed,
and it is possible that a few additional courses will be added between now and summer.
Taught by Illinois Wesleyan faculty, courses cover a wide range of topics and disciplines
–– from Spanish to calculus to dog psychology.
Many of the courses will be offered online and can be taken remotely, but some will
be delivered as in-person, HyFlex or hybrid course options for those who would like
to study in Bloomington-Normal this summer. HyFlex courses allow students to fully
participate either in person or remotely and switch modes as needed, while hybrid
courses implement a mixture of in-person and online activities.
Associate Provost Becky Roesner, who is among those organizing the Summer Term, remarked
that she is, “delighted to see some of the University's most creative and well-subscribed
courses making their summer debut. In addition to serving the needs of current students,
the online summer offerings provide new opportunities for alumni to reconnect with
their alma mater and for prospective students to experience our outstanding faculty.”
For more information about Summer Term, including course descriptions and a link to
register, visit: www.iwu.edu/summer-term/.