Ahhh, March. It comes in like a lion and out like a lamb. You can celebrate the birthday of famed author Dr. Seuss, beware the Ides of March (only if you are Julius Caesar, though), discover your Irish heritage on St. Patrick’s Day, relish in the first official day of spring, and (depending on your university) enjoy some much needed down time during spring break. But college students also need to start thinking about whether to enroll in summer courses — and you need to decide if you want to fill up your summer schedule or kick back and relax. Before you register (or throw your registration packet in the recycle bin), check out a few pros and cons to help you determine if taking summer classes is right for you. Read more
http://blog.questia.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/q-blog-logo-300x47.png 0 0 Questia http://blog.questia.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/q-blog-logo-300x47.png Questia2013-03-14 09:29:052013-04-02 14:27:40Thinking of taking summer classes? Check out these pros and cons before filling up your summer schedule.