Many students go home for the summer to work, travel, or just hang out with friends and family, but have you ever thought about staying on campus during the summer? If so, Salem State offers several different programs for students such as undergraduate and graduate courses, study-abroad programs, art events, and academic and sports camps. We are also offering housing to students, so if you wish to live on campus this summer make your reservations as soon as possible because spots are beginning to fill up! View the summer housing website for more information.
If you are interested in taking classes this summer, we are offering over one thousand undergraduate and graduate courses. Classroom and online courses will both be available. There will also be over two hundred one-week summer institutes offered. This would be the perfect time to get some extra credits or to make-up any credits and to take classes that either didn’t fit into your schedule before or weren’t being offered. View the course schedule.
If you would rather travel this summer, there are several different study abroad programs that we are offering including short-term, faculty lead study-abroad trips, language intensive programs in Canada, Italy, Spain, and Costa Rica, and domestic travel programs. The History and Geography departments will host the faculty lead study-abroad programs and will be traveling to locations such as, Paris, Berlin, Venice, France, Belgium, Germany, London, and many more to learn more about the history of each place! Also, both undergraduate and graduate credits are available for these programs. For more information visit the study abroad website.
The Center for the Creative and Arts will provide different events this summer in theatre, dance, music, creative writing, and art for the university and the greater North Shore. Lastly, we will be offering Viking athletic camps for baseball, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, and tennis.
No matter what your plans may be for the summer, we hope you have a safe and fun break and don’t forget to tag us in any photos you want to share with us using the hashtag, #ssusummer.