This Summer, Stay Connected with McKendree!
Lebanon undergraduate students, register for undergraduate summer classes at McKendree
and save 50 percent on tuition. * Also apply for summer housing at a reduced cost.
Students can take advantage of a lower summer tuition rate to jump start or accelerate their academic program at a significant savings. A lighter course load during the regular semester can make it easier to participate in campus activities. McKendree students can eliminate the paperwork required to register at another school and transfer credits back to McKendree. They can also boost their grade point average if they do well. Students may find completing an internship in the summer will help them with their future plans. And finally, summer courses may allow students to add an additional major or minor.
We have a wide variety of classes offered face-to-face, online, and at Scott Air Force Base. Access the class schedule online at https://wa.mckendree.edu. Online courses carry an additional $60 per credit hour technology fee. Lab or other course-specific fees will also apply, however, student activity and health services fees will not be charged. The Office of Financial Aid will review all students who have financial aid eligibility.
Interested current undergraduates may contact their academic advisors and new students should contact their McKendree admission counselor for more information. Non-McKendree students may contact the admission office at (618) 537-6831 for more details.
In addition to reduced summer tuition, McKendree University has significantly reduced summer housing costs. McKendree wants to support students who want to work, study, train, or be part of the McKendree University community during the summer.
The summer 2017 housing rates will be as follows:
May 16-May 31 ($150)
June 1-June 30 ($300)
July 1-July 31 ($310)
August 1-August 23 ($230)
May 16-August 23 ($990)
Don’t miss out on the McKendree Stay Connected Summer 2017 opportunities!
(*This offer does not apply to graduate students or those enrolled at the University’s off-site locations.)