Summer Session Celebrated with Cake, Students

From left, Mary Kelly, associate director for finance and administrative services for Continuing Studies and the Graduate Liberal Studies Program; James Gardner '13; Wesleyan President Michael Roth; Sheryl Culotta, director of Continuing Studies and GLSP; and Jen Curran, assistant director of admissions and outreach for GLSP, celebrated Wesleyan's first Summer Session registration March 4 in Usdan University Center. Wesleyan is offering an intensive Summer Session in which students can complete semester-long courses in five weeks. Classes begin June 7.

From left, Mary Kelly, associate director for finance and administrative services for Continuing Studies and the Graduate Liberal Studies Program; James Gardner '13; Wesleyan President Michael Roth; Sheryl Culotta, director of Continuing Studies and GLSP; and Jen Curran, assistant director of admissions and outreach for GLSP, celebrated Wesleyan's first Summer Session registration March 4 in Usdan University Center. Wesleyan is offering an intensive Summer Session in which students can complete full semester courses in five weeks. Classes begin June 7.

President Roth handed out celebratory cake and Summer Session informational brochures to students during the lunch hour.

President Roth handed out celebratory cake and Summer Session informational brochures to students during the lunch hour.

Summer Session is open to all students who feel they have the academic qualifications and stamina to complete an intellectually challenging course in a compressed schedule.

Summer Session is open to all students who feel they have the academic qualifications and stamina to complete an intellectually challenging course in a compressed schedule.

Wesleyan students listen to Roth talk about the new Summer Program. Twenty-five courses, taught by Wesleyan faculty, will be offered during the 2010 Summer Session. These courses include some highly popular courses that always have more interested students than space during the regular academic year, as well as some new and advanced courses, and some new thematic institutes. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett Drake)

Wesleyan students listen to President Roth talk about the new Summer Program. Twenty-five courses taught by Wesleyan faculty will be offered during the 2010 Summer Session. These courses include some highly popular courses that always have more interested students than space during the regular academic year, as well as some new and advanced courses, and some new thematic institutes. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett Drake)