Summer Classes 2012

<p>Has anyone taking summer courses divided into A-term and B-term.. I'm in the Political Science department and want to take one pols class with Spanish 102 for A-term, and I want to take a pols with Spanish 103 B-term.. That would put me at 20 credits for the entire summer -right? I've never done this before so I would love some insight on experiences and anything really that you can tell me! I am on FinAid and plan on taking 15 at the very least.</p>

<p>That's a lot of work....will they let you enroll for the 102 and 103 sequentially like that?</p>

<p>I read somewhere that student can take only 18 credits at max. So I think you should check it out ^_^</p>

<p>Naw, 20 is the max. I'm taking 20 this quarter. Unless there is something different for the Summer.</p>

<p>I know that the full time tuition is flat rate for 10-18 credits, I had to pay extra for the other 2.</p>

<p>taking 20 credits during the 8 week summer quarter is BRUTAL. I've done it before, and I did well..but i gave up any ounce of free time or life for those 8 weeks</p>

<p>You've all given me a lot to think about. </p>

<p>Travlgrl: did you divide that up by a term and bterm? Or, was it 20 credits through the entire summer term (meaning full term or C term)</p>

<p>It was at community college where there was no A term or B term</p>

<p>15 credits of spanish with a final for each section (101,102,etc) every 2.5 weeks
5 credits astronomy over the 8 weeks</p>

<p>at UW last summer I just did 1 a-term class and 1 b-term class. I could've done more, but I wouldn't have the time to have a life and a high gpa</p>

<p>@travelgirl: was it at Seattle Central?</p>

<p>yep 10char</p>

<p>Tuvo Dav</p>