Online Learning Update

June 21, 2013

College Students Taking Advantage of Online Summer Courses

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:04 am

By Melinda Barrett, St. Joe Channel

When summertime hits, college students begin to juggle jobs, internships and some keep taking classes. Northwest Missouri State University is seeing a large increase in online course enrollment for the summer, something students say is easier to handle with busy summer schedules. Cody Uhing just finished his sophomore year at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, and even though it’s summer, he’s not wasting any time by taking advantage of online summer classes. “I think it allows flexibility with everybody’s schedule during the day, it allows people to work during the day and then work on classes during the night,” said Cody Uhing, enrolled in summer classes at Northwest. With more than 2,500 students enrolled this summer at Northwest, 70-percent of them are taking at least one online course.

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