The information on this page help you prepare for the summer 2018 session. We welcome questions by phone or email, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
New and returning students will be contacted by email by the School of Letters office with information about enrollment.
Residence Halls and Houses will open on Sunday, June 3. Key pick-up and move-in will be handled through the office of Residential Life. Students will receive details by email about housing and meals.
2018 Tuition and fees are posted on our ADMISSION PAGE.
Contact information can be found here for FINANCIAL AID.
The 2018 course offerings are listed below, and you can read about the courses in more detail on the Course Listing Page. Classes run June 4 through July 12. There are no classes on Wednesday, July 4 or Friday, July 13.
8:30 to 9:45, Monday - Friday
ENGL 562 - ROSS MACDONALD Milton - Gailor 103
ENGL 598 - MICHAEL GRIFFITH Forms of Fiction - Gailor 114
10:00 to 11:15, Monday - Friday
ENGL 506 - ALANA LEVINSON-LABROSSE Studies in Literature in Translation: Kurdish Poetry - Gailor 103
ENGL 572 - BARBARA BLACK Special Topics in British Literature: Wilde 90s - Gailor 114
11:30 - 12:45, Monday - Friday
ENGL 577 - JOHN ERNEST Nineteenth-Century American Literature - Gailor 202
ENGL 504 - MICHAEL DUNAWAY Film Studies - Gailor 114
2:00 to 5:00 pm, Monday and Thursday
ENGL 509 - NICKOLE BROWN Workshop in Poetry Writing - Gailor 202
ENGL 510A - MICHAEL GRIFFITH Workshop in Fiction Writing - Gailor 114
ENGL 514 - CHERI MAGID Workshop in Screenwriting - Gailor 19
2:00 to 5:00 pm, Tuesday and Friday (no class Friday, July 14)
ENGL 510B - JAMIE QUATRO Workshop in Fiction Writing - Gailor 202
ENGL 512 - KELLY GREY CARLISLE Workshop in Nonfiction Writing - Gailor 114
INTRODUCTION TO GRADUATE STUDIES (Required MA; optional MFA) Ross Macdonald and John Gatta
Wed June 6, 1 pm Orientation, 2-3 pm Intro to Grad Studies, duPont Library
Wed June 13 and June 20, 2-3 pm Intro to Grad studies - Gailor 103
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