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Summer, what to do.

Jane Homan on Thursday, 16 April 2009. Posted in Academic Calendar, Student Life

Lately for me, I have been thinking about what I want to do with my summer. I have a bunch of choices, but all of them include whether I want to take classes during the summer. I have lots of options to choose from here at RIT, and they are:

Stay here at RIT and take summer courses (with housing in the dorms or park point) while working at Admissions
Go home and take online courses from RIT
OR
Go home and take courses from the local community college there, and the courses can be transferred over to here at RIT for credits

So far, I am looking at option number three, because it also saves money. I get to be home with my family, but then also can get a few electives out of the way. The fact I have all these options provided makes me see how nice it is to be here at RIT. I know a bunch of people who stay here over the summer and stay in the dorms to take summer courses. They say it's really quiet here, you get to work hard and focus on your homework and then enjoy the sunshine. There are still a lot of people here, but of course not as many. It gives you a break from a busy quarter to have a nice relaxed quarter.

Also! Spring quarter here is crazy, with so much going on and to do. With the Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival coming up, lots of people are getting ready for the exciting time. And that's the same day as the 24 Hour Spring show for the RIT Players, which is going to be mad awesome!

Yay Spring~!