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Norwich Campus to Offer New Summer Classes

Online, traditional courses available
NORWICH, N.Y.Morrisville State College’s Norwich Campus is introducing a number of new credit classes, including an expanded number of online classes, during its two upcoming Summer Terms beginning June 5 and July 5.

“Our summer and online classes are intended to meet a wide range of student needs and interests,” Norwich Campus dean, Dr. Ted Nichols, said.

The classes are ideal for college students returning to the area for the summer, advanced high school students interested in earning college credit, new and continuing Morrisville students who would like to accelerate their degree completion, or anyone who would like to explore career options and interest areas by taking an introductory class.

New online classes include Introduction to Early Childhood, Introduction to Paralegal, and Environmental History. Public Relations and Publicity, which uses a traditional classroom delivery, will also be offered. Classes begin June 5 and run through July 28.

In addition, Introduction to Psychology will use a blended approach that combines both classroom and web-based instruction. This class begins July 5 and runs through August 11 and meets three times per week.

Other classes include: Business in the 21st Century, Introduction to Sociology, Anatomy and Physiology I, Introduction to Computer Concepts, Introduction to Speech, Freshman Experience and more. These traditional “face-to-face” classes will be held at the Norwich Campus’s Roger W. Follett Hall on Conkey Ave. in Norwich. Courses are scheduled throughout the morning, afternoon and evening to provide maximum flexibility.

All Norwich Campus courses may be applied to one of Morrisville’s nearly 70 bachelor or associate degree programs. Many courses are also readily transferable to other colleges and universities.

Currently enrolled high school students are eligible for a Del Button Early College Scholarship, which may cover at least 50 percent of tuition and fees. Applications are available at high school guidance offices or the Norwich Campus and require recommendations from counselors and/or faculty members.

For more information about courses, tuition, academic programs or to register, visit or call 607-334-5144 or 800-258-0111. In-person appointments are available for prospective students to learn how Morrisville can assist them in meeting their educational and career goals.

The Norwich Campus offers programs in business, technologies, liberal arts transfer, and nursing to residents and employers of south central New York. Its new academic building, Roger W. Follett Hall, opened in June 2005 to accommodate the growing need for programs and services.
For more information or an appointment call (607) 334-5144 or visit

Morrisville State College offers 12 bachelor degrees and a wide variety of associate degrees and options. Considered to be one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the nation for its ThinkPad University program and wireless technology initiative, the college recently became the first in the nation to comprehensively replace landlines in residence halls with individual cellular phones. Morrisville State College was also chosen as one of the top five colleges in the nation for campus activities by Campus Activities magazine.