Experience the Difference: Summer at the New American Women’s College—ONLINE and ON CAMPUS.
Whether you are a college student, community college student, high school junior or senior, or someone who is a lifelong learner, check out our summer catalog for courses in subjects such as accounting, Chinese, chemistry, psychology, Spanish, and more.
THE BAY PATH DIFFERENCE
It’s easy to get to our campus, located in historic Longmeadow, MA, and we are just minutes from Route 91 (north OR south). Classes—on campus and online—are small, and we offer convenient parking and a safe environment. As a summer student, you also have access to our computer labs and Hatch Library.
ABOUT SUMMER SCHOOL
There are two sessions to choose from:
- Session I, May 20, 2013 to June 21, 2013
- Session II, June 24, 2013 to July 26, 2013
Most on campus classes meet twice a week, in three-hour blocks; however, science courses meet twice a week in four-hour blocks to allow for lecture and laboratory time. Click here to download our summer school course schedule.
Online courses are held in asynchronous format in the Canvas learning management system, and require enrollment in Bay Path’s online self-paced free orientation course that will run during the one week prior to the start of the session. The orientation must be completed before the start of your course. Consult the College’s Technical Standards for software and hardware recommendations.
TUITION FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
Bay Path College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and most Bay Path course credits are reciprocally accepted by other colleges and universities. If you are enrolled in a course in order to fulfill specific requirements, we strongly suggest you first check with your college, university, or program to verify that it is acceptable.
Full payment for all courses must be made at time of enrollment. Personal check, American Express, MasterCard, or Visa may be used for payment. Click here, to download and print our summer school application.
Low enrollments could result in course cancelations. Bay Path College will attempt to notify you if your class is canceled, and advise you on a substitute course, or you may obtain a refund. If the College cancels a course, 100% of course costs are refunded.