Whether you are ready to start your first semester at Columbus State or you're already a student, it's not too late to sign up for summer classes with our short-term options:
- Eight-week classes start June 10 and include COLS 1100 and other general education classes, as well as major-specific courses in computer science, GIS, business, hospitality and more.
- Five-week classes (second term) begin July 1 and include Spanish, Elementary Statistics, and major-specific courses in Nursing, Skilled Trades, Engineering Technologies, and Aviation Maintenance, as well as select developmental education options.
Same content, fewer weeks: Short-term classes contain the same content as full-term classes, so you don't miss a thing! Condensing the information into a shorter term means more material will be covered each week.
Register for short-term classes early for your best choice of days, time, and location.
Find Short-Term Classes
- Go to the Summer 2019 Class Schedules.
- In the "Select Subject" bar, scroll down to select "8-Week Terms," "5-week Terms,"
or "Other Flex Terms" to see all short-term options, then click "Go"
(see screen shot below).
NOTE: Many 5-week classes are open only to students inthe specified major and often fill quickly.
- Find a class that fits in your schedule.
- Check the "Seats Avail" column on the right-hand side of the page to make sure there are still spaces in the class. If the number is "0" or less, the class is full. Classes with fewer than 5 seats available may fill quickly.
- Register for your class through CougarWeb for Students.
Need help choosing classes? Sign up for a New Student Workshop where you’ll create the schedule for your first semester, and learn other important information about how to get a great start at Columbus State.
Already know which classes you need to take? Use the instructions under "Find Short-Term Classes" below to find and register for classes that fit your schedule.
Short-term classes can help you move toward graduation faster by adding a class (or more!) to your summer schedule. Fewer weeks of class can also work well with your academic and personal schedule.
- Review your Degree Audit (in CougarWeb for Students, under Academic Profile), or talk with your advisor to find the best short-term classes for your academic program and personal schedule.
- Use the instructions below to find and register for short-term classes that fit your schedule.