Our flexible summer schedule accommodates your need to work - as well as your need to have a summer break - by offering daytime and evening classes. You can even save more time by taking one of our many Online Classes this summer.

Vacation Education at Governors State University

Take advantage of the ultimate summertime college opportunity. Vacation Education at Governors State University lets you pick up a General Education class while you have all of the time and none of the stress. Take your math, English, or science class this summer instead of in the fall, when you'll be juggling three or four other classes.

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Save Time - Vacation Education at GSU offers Gen. Ed. courses at convenient times. Our flexible summer schedule accommodates your need to work - as well as your need to have a summer break - by offering daytime and evening classes. You can even save more time by taking one of our many Online Classes this summer.

Save Money - Whether you are currently a GSU student or a student picking up a class during the summer before returning to your college in the fall, GSU's  undergraduate tuition rate is the lowest of any state university – so you know you're saving money. Fill out the 2017 Summer Financial Aid Application to see if you're eligible for further savings.

Take your pick from the Vacation Education Course Listing. Classes are offered in a wide range of subjects, including Accounting, English, Math, Psychology, Economics, Biology, Communications, and much more.

* Courses you take at GSU will transfer to your home college, but check with your advisor for specific program/university requirements and course transferability.

Click here to Transferology to see if any of your courses will transfer.

Click here to apply as a non-degree seeking student today.

Registration: March 22 - May 22
Summer Term: May 15 – August 6

For questions regarding admissions, please call 708.534.4490 or email: admission@govst.edu

* Check with your home college advisor for specific program/university requirements and course transferability