Maymester is a Sizzling Success

Number of Students Enrolled in Maymester Doubles

For the second year, the College of Arts & Sciences offered an intensive three-week summer Maymester term from May 10-29. More than 230 Arts & Sciences and Hamilton Holt students, some enrolled in up to two courses, took classes in 13 different sections and diverse subjects, including eight popular general education requirements.  Maymester

“Working with the multiple offices across campus, we decided a Maymester was a great opportunity to use our resources to offer intensive courses to students,” said Laurie M. Joyner, dean of the faculty.  “Our Maymester provides Rollins students the additional opportunity to take required courses over the summer and help them move closer towards their graduation goals.”

During this year’s Maymester, students had the option to take courses such as The History of Rock and Roll to fulfill the College’s expressive arts requirement, Reading Sherlock Holmes to complete the literature requirement, receive an Introduction to Lasers and Light, to satisfy the physical science requirement, or learn the Ecology of Environmental Issues in completion of organic science requirements.
This year's Maymester enrollment was more than double that of last year's inaugural term. Students enrolled in this year's Maymester can log into Foxlink to view grade postings.