Michigan State University offers students the option to take classes in-person or online during the Summer Advantage program.

STARKVILLE, Miss.—What better way to seize the summer than by enrolling in a few courses? Mississippi State’s Summer Advantage for 2024 provides students at all levels the opportunity to progress.

In Mississippi State’s Summer Advantage classes, available online or in person, students can delve into new interests, interact with faculty, and earn credits for their degrees during either two month-long terms or a 10-week term this summer. (Photo by Grace Cockrell)

Students can delve into new interests, interact with faculty and peers in smaller classes, meet major or minor requirements, or advance with a new focus. With classes offered in person and online, nothing stands in the way of pursuing academic and professional passions.

“Summer presents the ideal opportunity for learning, progress, and exploration at Mississippi State,” stated MSU President Mark E. Keenum. “Students have a variety of options with MSU Summer Advantage. They can earn credits, refresh their knowledge, gain new skills, or even participate in study abroad programs. We are committed to helping our students reach their academic aspirations, and MSU Summer Advantage offers numerous avenues for success.

The university’s first term for summer runs from June 3 to July 1, and the second term from July 8 to August 6, with a 10-week term also available from June 3 to August 6.

For more information on MSU Summer Advantage, visit summer.msstate.edu.

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