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Diane Benish

Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology
College of Engineering & Sport Sciences

"I took Qualitative Methods and Multicultural Counseling. Both courses challenged my thinking and were very applicable to my professional goals and research goals. For example, I was able to write up a large portion of my manuscript for my qualitative study and received excellent feedback."

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Nicholas Allen

Multidisciplinary Studies
Reed College of Media

"JRL 441 is a self-awareness class in Journalism that reflects your internship experience. I feel that writing the weekly assignments helped me realize what I prioritize the most when working towards my career."

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Josiah Baker

WVU Institute of Technology

"I heard about the Summer term through the Health Sciences and Technology Academy program. I took the Summer course to experience the fast pace of a college class. Taking this course allowed me to improve on my skills in chemistry before going into general freshman chemistry."

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Kaylea Clark

Eberly College of Arts & Sciences

"Taking a Summer course helped me lighten my course load for a busy senior year. I knew that I would have at least two internships and a job, so taking a class helped me have more time for the important final steps in my education here at WVU!"

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Aaron Scott

Regents Bachelor of Arts
Eberly College of Arts & Sciences

"I was very close to withdrawing from the second of my two Summer classes because I wasn't sure I was going to have time, or if the professor would be flexible given my life circumstances. WVU professors have been very understanding of my status as an active-duty military student, in addition to providing effective feedback and showing grace when needed."

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Torie Dye

Eberly College of Arts & Sciences

"I changed my major during the end of my sophomore year, which was late, and would push me back. Summer classes helped me meet my goals for graduation."

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Alexander Keefover

Instructional Design & Technology
College of Education & Human Services

"My job offers year-round tuition reimbursement, so it would have been a waste not to use it. I also work year-round, so I did not see a purpose in not studying in the summer. Plus, classes are smaller in the summer."

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Tiniel Jnr Tapfuma

Sport Management
College of Physical Activities & Sport Sciences

"I enrolled in Summer to take classes that were full for next semester and I also wanted to be ahead of my class and improve my GPA. Do not procrastinate! Just start now as a freshman or sophomore and get in the working habit. Once you begin, it is even more difficult to stop, and soon you will realize that it’s over and it was much easier than you thought."

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Jordan Brown

Eberly College of Arts & Sciences

"This is a great opportunity to either take some easy classes to get ahead, or maybe a difficult one that you solely want to delegate plenty of time to."

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Ivy Yousuf Moutushi

Computer Science & Electrical
Statler College of Engineering & Mineral Resources

"I got to progress in my degree and advanced my course credit hours. You should take the Summer courses, because the pressure is less during Summer term and it will help you further advance in your credit hours."

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