St. Francis College Summer Session 2020

Summer Sessions Online

Get ahead, Catch up or Explore

Beyond coursework, St. Francis College offers a range of summer educational opportunities for new and returning students, as well as future Terriers.

 

Get ahead in your degree, catch up or explore a new subject during Summer Sessions at SFC! Current students can explore courses on Web Advisor for the remainder of the summer.

Enhance your college experience by discovering a new subject area through challenging coursework. Take GE or major courses to accelerate your degree progress and graduate faster. Classes will not meet on-campus due to COVID-19. All three summer sessions will be online.

  • Summer I: June 1 – June 25*

  • Summer II: July 6 – July 30*

  • Summer III: August 3 – August 27

*Some sections have different dates, see WebAdvisor for details.

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For Incoming Students

 

 

Summer Jumpstart

Academic Enhancement Center Workshops

Project Access Summer Bridge Program

Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)

Students from groups underrepresented in STEM and other licensed professional fields -- including African-Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, American Indians or Alaskan natives, and those who are economically disadvantaged -- and who plan to pursue those professions can take part in a statewide program in which they receive supplemental training and support during all their years at St. Francis College, including over the summer.

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Summer Science Academy (July 6 - 17)

With direction from St. Francis College science faculty, high school students receive hands-on scientific learning through special projects and opportunities for exploration.
 

*All seats for the summer science academy have been filled. If you have a sincere interest in participating in this program, please contact the admissions office at admissions@sfc.edu and we will let you know if seats become available.

 

College Connection (August 3 - 27)

Rising high school seniors can enroll in a three-credit online course, Coping with Stress, and learn stress management techniques, problem solving techniques and time management skills that can help them with the daunting college admissions process.
 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

  • New incoming and visiting students, contact: The Center for Student Success at 718-489-5456
  • Continuing students may discuss registration for summer with their academic department advisor or an advisor in the Center for Student Success.
  • Have Questions? Email us at studentsuccess@sfc.edu or call us at 718-489-3443