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Undergrad Online

Undergrad Online

Explore a new place, take that summer job you want, spend time with family and friends…

Make the most of your summer and still earn the academic credits you need with Messiah College’s flexible, affordable online summer courses.

Courses Run June 8 — July 31, 2015
Added benefits for current Messiah students

Our online summer courses are drawn from the traditional Messiah College curriculum. Each class, led by dedicated Messiah College faculty, nationally recognized for outstanding scholarship and expertise, offers a personal, interactive approach to online learning -- one that reflects our steadfast commitment to -- and reputation for -- academic excellence.

So whether you just want to stay ahead of your academic schedule, need a particular course, or want to enhance your own personal learning, Messiah's online courses provide a flexible, accessible educational option you can't afford to miss.

FAQs

For information about Messiah College's summer online courses, visit our FAQs page or contact our Registrar's Office at (717) 691-6034 or via e-mail at summersession@messiah.edu.

*CHEM 106 requires a one week intensive laboratory component during the week of July 28-July 31 which requires students to be on campus between 9am to 5pm. If you are unable to commute, on campus housing and meal plans are available for an additional fee. 

Messiah College Academic Distinctives

Messiah College consistently ranks within the top 10 "Best Baccalaureate Colleges" among private universities in the northeastern U.S., according to U.S. News and World Report.

Since 1998, Messiah College has produced graduates who have become Rhodes, Fulbright, Carnegie, and Truman Scholars.

Messiah College's full-time faculty hold degrees from more than 150 graduate schools in five countries - including prestigious institutions such as Oxford University, Massachusetts Institution of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, and the University of Pennsylvania.

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