Anyone who is interested in earning college credits in condensed
sessions has the opportunity to take classes at the University of
the Virgin Islands during UVI's Summer Sessions 2012. Summer
Session II will be held from June 21 to July 27. On-line
registration for Summer Session II is on-going until June 18.
On-site registration will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 19-20
on each campus.
UVI Business Professor and Summer Sessions Coordinator Dr. Tonjia
Coverdale encouraged everyone to see what UVI Summer Sessions have
to offer. Dr. Coverdale said courses may be beneficial for people
who want to enhance their education, re-tool their skills for a
career change, or start a degree program.
"You don't have to be enrolled or matriculated at UVI to take
courses," Dr. Coverdale said.
UVI Vice Provost for Access and Enrollment Management Dr. Judith
Edwin said that Summer Sessions also provide a good opportunity for
matriculated students to stay in sequence with courses for their
respective degree programs.
In addition to traditional classes, Summer Session II offers 10
on-line classes. The on-line offerings range from courses in
history, business, English, criminal justice and political science.
UVI offers two summer sessions. Summer Session I ends on June
UVI also offers a host of summer programs for UVI students, grade
school students and the general public. The programs range from
academic enrichment, to bridge programs, to hands-on activities.
This year's offerings include:
• Upward Bound Summer Program (June 17-July27) - This residential
program provides fundamental support to high school students in
their preparation for college entrance. (St. Thomas and St. Croix)
For more information on St. Thomas call (340) 693-1133 or send
e-mail to email@example.com and on St. Croix at (340) 692-4182 or
• Coral Reef Discovery Week (June 25-29) - This program is for
students ages 15-19 who are interested in coastal, marine and
environmental science, natural resource management and
conservation. (St. Thomas) For more information call (340) 693-1392
or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
• 4-H Summer Academy (June 25-Aug. 3) - This program is for
children between the ages of 5 to 14 years of age. It is focused on
the three mission mandates of the 4-H program: science, engineering
and technology, healthy living and citizenship. (St. Thomas, St.
John and St. Croix) For more information call (340) 692-4096 or
send e-mail to email@example.com.
• Summer School Credit Recovery Program (ongoing) - This on-line
program features courses in high school mathematics, science and
language arts for students who would like to complete their high
school diploma. (St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix) For more
information call (340) 693-1100 or send e-mail to