Summer term enrollment sees 20 percent increasePublished Jul 12, 2011
Texas A&M at Qatar summer term enrollment this year saw a 20 percent increase from 2010 enrollment numbers. Student enrollment totaled 267 students from the four-week and eight-week course sessions. Part of this increase in student enrollment may be due to a rise in the number of courses offered. 25 course sections were offered for the 2011 summer term compared to 22 sections in summer 2010. Shell Maney, academic advisor in the Academic Advising Office, said, “Many students greatly enjoy taking summer courses, as they can focus their energies on one subject and do very well. It is also a great way for students to reduce their course loads in the fall and spring by taking a course to get ahead or to help students who need to repeat a course stay on track with their degree plan.” For information contact Dr. Kerry Noack: email@example.com, +974.4423.0207.