Otterbein Offering Winter Break Courses at Discounted Rate
Posted Oct 22, 2020
Otterbein University is offering online courses for current students at a discounted rate over the extended winter break. The Cardinal+ Term is modeled after the summer session, which drew record enrollment this year.
“We have an almost two-month stretch between Thanksgiving and the start of spring semester. We had an overwhelming response to our online summer courses, so we’ve decided to offer courses at a discounted rate over the extended winter break,” said Otterbein President John Comerford.
The Cardinal+ Term will run Dec. 7-Jan. 15. The schedule is compressed, with two weeks of online classes (Dec. 7-18), followed by two weeks of self-directed work (Dec. 21-Jan. 1) and ending with two more weeks of online classes (Jan. 4-15).
The courses are offered at a discounted rate of $500 per credit hour. Many are traditional and popular undergraduate classes that fill up quickly during traditional terms.
The Cardinal+ Term courses are:
- ACCT 3300: Accounting Information Systems
- BIA 3600: Managing Information Technology
- COMM 1100: Public Speaking
- INST 2401: Life and Earth Systems
- INST 2807: Deaf Culture
- INST 3019: Lake Erie in Good Times and in Bad
- LFW 1028: Zumba
- LFW 1034: Total Body Training
- PSYC 1000: Psychology for Non-Majors
- SYE 4401: Social Justice, Responsibility and Change
“This is a great opportunity for students to get ahead or catch up from the comfort of your home at a discounted rate,” said Kate Lehman, assistant dean for student success. “It does require different time management skills than a typical term, so if you are wondering if the Cardinal+ Term is for you, the staff at Student Success and Professional Development is here to help you.”
Current students can view meet with an advisor to learn more or register for Cardinal+ Term courses online through Banner.
Learn more about the Cardinal+ Term online.