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Panhandle Summer Class Academy

Released by Panhandle State Campus Communications on 05/10/2017 Oklahoma Panhandle State University is excited to offer a summer resident’s program from June 19- July 31. Oklahoma Panhandle State University is excited to offer a summer resident’s program from June 19- July 31.

Goodwell, Okla. — Oklahoma Panhandle State University is excited to offer a summer resident’s program from June 19, 2017 – July 31, 2017. The program offers free housing in a double room in Holter Hall for students enrolled in six or more hours of credit for the summer.

During the summer academy face to face on campus classes are featured. If you want a taste of “real college” experience – come to the Panhandle Summer Class Academy starting June 19. Courses offered include choices in Art, Speech, Health and Physical Education, Humanities, Mathematics, Political Science, Psychology, Basic English, and Pre-Algebra. For a detailed list of Summer Academy courses, go to http://www.opsu.edu/dwn/CATS_Summer_2017_-_2nd_6_Weeks.pdf.

For those who prefer online course choices, there are many options starting June 1, 2017. To see the complete course lists for both first and second six weeks as well as the eight-week summer sessions, please go to http://opsu.edu/Offices/Admissions/Enrollment/?page=Schedule.

Students wishing to stay in the apartments or annexes must pay the regular summer rates. The apartments are $720 for the summer. Please contact the Panhandle State Student Housing Office at 800-664-6778 extension 1360 to discuss summer housing options.

Meal plans are available in the summer at $427 for ten meals a week and $595 for 14 meals a week.


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