Each year, summer courses are offered online, independently, and in groups in Staunton and through MBC’s regional centers in Charlottesville, Richmond, Roanoke, and South Boston. Summer courses allow students the opportunity to take a Mary Baldwin course to fulfill a common curriculum requirement, complete credit required for teacher licensure, and gain the satisfaction of moving closer to completing his or her degree.
Mary Baldwin offers students in both the Residential College for Women and the Adult Degree Program two chances to earn credit this summer.
Those who choose to take classes during Summer Session — May 28 to August 17 — will be able to study online or at the college’s regional centers in Charlottesville, Richmond, Roanoke, and South Boston. From an online economics course to an independent study of Asian religions, Summer Session offers a wide range of classes that suit a variety of majors.
Summer Session gives students in the Graduate Teacher Education program at MBC a variety of course offerings, including popular Environment-Based Learning (EBL) sessions. Learn more about the 2013 EBL curriculum, which includes Natural Research, Environment-Based Learning, and Reading on the River.
Students enrolled in Summer Week will spend a full week — starting on June 24 — on the main campus in Staunton and then finish the rest of their classes online by August 17. Morning and afternoon sessions are available.
Registration begins March 25 and continues until June 3. For more information, students should contact their advisors, the ADP office, or the Registrar’s office.