UB Offering 600 Courses During 3 Summer Sessions

By Mary Beth Spina

Release Date: April 17, 1998 This content is archived.


BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Summer in Buffalo! Summer at UB!

That's the message for University at Buffalo students, non-traditional students and those enrolled in college who plan to be "home" in Western New York during those upcoming lazy, hazy days.

Millard Fillmore College, the continuing-education and summer-sessions division at UB, offers one of the nation's largest university summer programs. This year, it will offer a smorgasbord of some 600 courses for students who want to accelerate earning their degrees, upgrade their skills or embark on mind-expanding learning adventures.

Now is the time to register for courses which will be offered during three summer sessions.

Session I runs from May 26 through July 3; Session II from June 29 through Aug. 7 and Session III from July 6 through Aug. 14.

In addition to day and evening courses on campus, selected courses will be offered on local cable television or via the Internet.

Catalogs are available in Millard Fillmore College's Office of Student Services, 142 Parker Hall on the UB South (Main Street) Campus and in the Office of Records and Registration, 232 Capen Hall on the UB North (Amherst) Campus.

Catalogs also can be requested by phone 716-829-2202, Fax 716-829-2451 or e-mail at ubsummer@msmail.buffalo.edu

Additional information can be obtained on the UB Summer Sessions Web site at http://www.mfc.buffalo.edu or by calling Millard Fillmore College at 716-829-2202.

Students wishing to live on campus should reserve residence-hall space at least one month in advance by faxing the student housing application form in the catalogue to 716-645-3890.