College students can get ahead, enjoy smaller classes this summer at BenU
May 5, 2016 4:11 PM - Summer school is becoming an increasingly popular option for college students. Summer school allows students to catch up or get ahead academically, take smaller classes and receive more personal attention from an instructor, and face fewer distractions due to lighter course loads. Visiting students can get ahead academically by taking one, two or more of any number of regular and blended (combining classroom and online instruction) courses being offered at Benedictine University this summer. Students from other four-year institutions such as Notre Dame, New York University, Georgetown and Miami of Ohio are among the visiting students who have already registered.