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Broadcaster Press 05 May 14, 2013 www.broadcasteronline.com Spotlight On By Travis Gulbrandson travis.gulbrandson@plaintalk. net Even though the University of South Dakota’s spring semester is officially over, that doesn’t mean classes have come to a stop. The 2013 On-Campus Summer School began on May 6, offering students and teachers a number of educational opportunities. “One of the strategies that students use with summer school would be, if they want to accelerate a degree program and graduate early, or perhaps they’ll want to take a course that’s intensive and they’ll just want to take it by itself in the summer,” said USD’s director of programming Gary Girard, who manages the summer school program. “It’s an opportunity for departments to offer select courses that are unique and … for students who are in a particular degree program.” Classes of varying lengths are held throughout the summer, he said. “We have all kinds of start and end dates, so there’s a lot of flexibility depending upon the kind of course,” he said. “Some of the courses can be offered in an accelerated format, like a four-week course.” Girard helps students with USD’s summer offerings Summer school programs are categorized in a variety of ways. “One, students can take general education courses, and even upper-division courses to accelerated degree,” Girard said. Teachers and school administrators, as well as non-college-aged youth are the focus of other areas, he said. “We hold camps and workshops for teachers and administrators, and then all kinds of youth camps where K-12 youth come to Town Square I & II Apartments 505-507 W. Main St. Vermillion 1 BR apartments for anyone 55 years of age or older, or persons with disabilities. get a college experience, or focus on a special academic topic,” he said. Among the youthoriented programs is Kid’s University/Early Scholars. Kid’s University is for early learners from ages 813, while Early Scholars is geared for high school students to develop their skills and to prepare for college. The goal of the program is to expand postsecondary education opportunities to promote and cultivate a collegegoing culture. 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