Summer school gets cheaper at Delaware State

Tuition for summer classes at Delaware State University will be cheaper this year for both in-state and out-of-state students.

The school’s Board of Trustees aproved the 35 percent reduction in tuition for undergraduate classes during two summer sessions this year.  Students from Delaware will see their cost per credit hour drop from $273 to $177, while the rate for out-of-state students will decrease from $620 to $403.

“Many of our students and families are struggling, and as a caring university we need to help them in any way we can,” said Dr. Eric Cheek, Director of Summer School and Summer Programs at DSU.  “By reducing the undergraduate summer rates by 35%, we are giving students the opportunity to get ahead, catch up or just stay on track and save on their total cost.”

The tuition rate for gradate or doctoral summer courses are not reduced.

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