Hood College

Graduate Summer Sessions

Get a jump on your graduate education and take advantage of our summer classes offered during two intensive 6-week terms. Explore one or both sessions!

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We know that the pandemic has been stressful for teachers everywhere and that the coming school year is full of uncertainties.  In response to those pressures, we have partnered with PreK-12 teachers and administrators to develop “just in time” short courses to support teachers for the fall.

  • Click here for summer II and fall 2020 short course descriptions.
     
  • Click here and view the section on "Non-Degree Coursework" to register for summer II and fall short courses.
     
  • Tuition cost is $490 per credit for summer II and fall short courses.
    Click here for graduate tuition and fees information.

Summer graduate courses are offered in a variety of disciplines and the registration deadline is the first day of class.

  • Click HERE for instructions on how to search for Hood courses.
  • Click HERE for list of Summer II 2020 graduate courses.

* Please note that the schedule is subject to change and students should refer to Self Service for current scheduling information. 

To apply for degree and non-degree summer graduate courses, visit https://www.hood.edu/gradapply

  • 100 percent tuition refund prior to the first day of class for all sessions
  • 80 percent tuition refund within the first two calendar days of 1- and 2-week sessions; No tuition refunds thereafter
  • 80 percent tuition refund within the first four calendar days of 3- and 4-week sessions; No tuition refunds thereafter
  • 80 percent tuition refund within the first seven calendar days of 5- and 6-week sessions; No tuition refunds thereafter

Hood graduate tuition and fees are available here.

Important Information & Offices 

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What’s it Like to be in Reading Clinic? Part 1

Emily Bernstein Graduate Student

Aug. 16, 2018 - A crucial part of most any graduate school program is the capstone project – the project at the end of the program where students get a chance to apply and expand on everything they have learned.

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Reading Strategies

Dogs, Exploring, Plays, and Stress – Reading Clinic Part 2

Emily Bernstein Graduate Student

Aug. 23, 2018 - Getting ready for the second week of clinic, I felt a strange combination of nervous and confident. I’d survived the first week without any major disasters and felt like I’d been teaching my three students for a month.

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