Spring Semester 2014

Spring Semester

Spring Semester 2014 - Register Now!

The spring semester lets you get ahead with a large selection of courses. Courses are offered in three accelerated formats: Online, Blended, and Classroom. We offer several flexible sessions at all three locations in the spring to help move you closer toward graduation.

Our Spring Session is open to all Alvernia students and to students from other colleges and high schools, as well as, adult professionals and life-long learners.

All adult students have access to the library, gym, cafés, and computer labs.

To find out what financial aid options might be available for you, contact the Office of Student Financial Planning by emailing financialaid@alvernia.edu, calling 610-796-8356, or visiting alvernia.edu/financialaid.

Stay on course this spring!

Course are offered at these three locations:

We offer several flexible sessions in the spring to help fit your busy lifestyle:
  • Semester runs 1/13 to 5/1 - 14 week session

  • Mod 3 runs 1/13 to 3/5 - 7 week session

  • Mod 4 runs 3/10 to 5/1 - 7 week session

  • Saturday Classes (see course for specific dates)

  • Online and Blended Classes (see course for specific dates)

Contact Admissions:


Apply Anytime

At Alvernia, we’re ready when you are.

We make it easy to become part of the Alvernia community by using a rolling admissions process, which means that we continually accept and review applications. This process allows for more flexibility to ensure that you start classes according to your schedule. We offer multiple start terms during the year. For even more convenience, you can begin taking courses while completing the application process.

You're here to get ahead, we're here to help. Visit our admissions website to get started today or contact our knowledgeable admissions coordinators for more information at gradandadult@alvernia.edu.

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