Because you never stop learning, Pacific Union College is offering a summer feast of quality courses, workshops and seminars–all at half price. And while tuition and housing are also half price throughout the summer, PUC's nationally recognized quality remains the same.
If you'd like more information, call us at 1-800-862-7080, option #4.
Quarter hours of credit for each course is listed on Lantern. A number of courses have specific prerequisites. Students who are unfamiliar with prerequisites should consult the regular PUC Catalog before registration.
While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, Pacific Union College reserves the right to change without notice statements in the Catalog concerning rules, policies, fees, curricula, courses or other matters.
PUC reserves the right to adjust rates, rents and fees during the summer to accommodate economic fluctuations.
Pacific Union College is a Seventh-day Adventist learning community offering an excellent Christ-centered education that prepares its students for productive lives of useful human service and uncompromising personal integrity.
During summer school, PUC offers tuition savings to all students who enroll, except those taking directed study courses.
$234/hour–most seminars and workshops
$142/week–Double, per person$71/week–Double Special, per person*
It is assumed that you will be a single occupant (with a single occupant rate) unless you make arrangements for someone to share the room with you. Room rates as quoted do not include linen. Projected room charges are due at the time of registration for each course.
*this rate is available for students attending workshops and for residents who are working full time on campus.
There is a special 50% off the full room rate during the summer for students who are:
$250/hour, with credit (tuition additional)
$350/hour, no credit
Full payment at the time of registration for each course is required for all tuition, workshop fees, and projected room and board (see Expenses). All students who register for summer school are subject to the financial policies as stated in the annual Bulletin regarding payment of their accounts and release of transcripts.
The regulations printed in the college Catalog and Student Guide apply to the summer session. Students are advised to become familiar with these regulations.
As a Pacific Union College Summer School student, you may use the in-house services of the Nelson Memorial Library free of charge. To obtain a library card, apply at the library circulation desk.
This summer PUC is offering several seminars tailored to the needs of teachers, targeted to excellence-oriented goals. Questions about summer seminars and classes should be addressed to the Department of Education, Pacific Union College, One Angwin Avenue, Angwin, CA 94508, 707-965-7265. If you would like to register for Summer School for Educators please fill out our registration form.
Shakespeare in Performance: ENGL 212 (2-3 credits)
Thorvald Aagaard, Instructor; Cynthia Westerbeck, Program Coordinator
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is the nation's oldest and largest rotating repertory theater. Located in the town of Ashland, the Festival has staged top-quality productions of Shakespeare and other great playwrights for seventy-five years. Join us for this unique class experience. Those who do not need college credit can come simply for the joy of being immersed in the work of Shakespeare and other great playwrights.
Dates: Tuesday, June 18 - Thursday, June 20
Location: Ashland, Oregon (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)
Plays: Cymbeline, King, Lear, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Streetcar Named Desire (by Tennessee Williams) and Two Trains (by August Wilson)
Tour Cost: $450 (+ the cost of tuition for 2 or 3 credit hours)
Tour Cost includes play tickets, backstage tour, discussion with an actor, farewell group dinner, and department fee. Tour Cost does not include transportation, food, or lodging.
Lodging: Participants must make their own arrangements (Contact Program Coordinator for suggestions on the most affordable options).
Transportation: Participants must supply own transportation (Ashland is approx. 5 hours by car from PUC)
Deadlines: Full payment due Friday, May 17, 2013
Cancellations: A complete refund will be available for cancellations received prior to May 17, 2013. THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 17..
Contact for Information:
Cynthia Westerbeck (Program Coordinator)
PUC English Department
One Angwin Avenue
Angwin, CA 94508
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