On April 17, D’Youville College announced the Summer of Learning initiative to help students continue progressing with their education during summer after a disruptive spring semester caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“D’Youville’s Summer Session Courses will be offered exclusively online. Students can study with our dynamic faculty, enjoy small classes, catch up on credits, or finish degrees,” said D’Youville President Lorrie Clemo, PhD.
“We understand that Spring 2020 was challenging for high school and college students everywhere. That is why D’Youville is offering more than 350 summer courses, both graduate and undergraduate, to help students rebound and unleash their true potential.”
Finding summer classes at D’Youville is easy. Just search for your desired course at the Summer of Learning page. Registration is open!
The Summer of Learning initiative is the second summer program recently announced by D’Youville. The COVID-19 Crisis Response Initiative was announced last week, providing a free opportunity for 100 high school seniors to try college learning and earn up to 6 transferable credits while doing so.
Both programs are D’Youville’s way of giving back and stimulating interest in education, which is arguably the most powerful tool for building a better tomorrow.