WSU Global Campus
New three-week Intersession draws nearly 100 students
PULLMAN, Wash. - Nearly 100 students have enrolled in Washington State University's first Intersession, an online session that lets students earn three credits in three weeks.
Intersession is launching with four courses: Anthropology 468, General Education 110, General Education 111, and Communications 101. Because of the fast pace, students can enroll in only one course.
The session runs July 28-Aug. 19, and 99 students have enrolled. Forty-nine of those are Pullman campus students and 23 are from WSU Online. WSU Vancouver has 20 enrollees, WSU Tri-Cities has 6 and WSU Spokane has one.
The Intersession, offered through WSU's Global Campus, is among several new accelerated online sessions. WSU began offering a three-week Winter Session in 2010, and this summer began offering two six-week sessions, in addition to the regular 12-week courses.
"These new sessions aim to meet two goals,” said David Cillay, assistant vice provost and executive director of Global Campus, which includes WSU Online. "They let students earn their degrees more quickly. And they provide flexibility for students with busy lives.”
Contact: Richard H. Miller, Global Campus, email@example.com, 509-335-5711.