MSU invites students to take classes in-person, online during Summer Advantage

Contact: Allison Matthews

STARKVILLE, Miss.—What better way to make the most of summer than by checking off a few classes?  Mississippi State’s 2024 edition of Summer Advantage offers scholars at every level a chance to get ahead.

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Through Mississippi State’s online and in-person Summer Advantage classes, students can explore new interests, engage with faculty and earn credits toward their degrees in two month-long terms or a 10-week term this summer. (Photo by Grace Cockrell)

Students can explore new interests, engage with faculty and students in smaller classes, catch up on major or minor requirements or forge ahead with a new emphasis. With courses available in-person and online, there’s no obstacle to achieving academic and professional interests. 

“Summer is the perfect time for learning, growth and discovery at Mississippi State,” said MSU President Mark E. Keenum. “Students have a wide range of options with MSU Summer Advantage. They can earn credits, take a refresher course, acquire new skills, or even study abroad. We are here to help our students achieve their academic goals whatever they might be, and MSU Summer Advantage gives them so many opportunities to be successful.”

The university offers summer first term from June 3-July 1, and second term from July 8-Aug. 6, with a 10-week term June 3-Aug. 6 also available.

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