Academics May 22 2019

Xavier 2019 Summer Session Classes information.


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Session OneSession TwoSession Three

Five WeeksFive WeeksEight Weeks
On-Site RegistrationMay 27June 28June 7
Classes BeginMay 28July 1June 10
Last Day to Add or Change a Course or SectionMay 29July 2June 11
Independence Day Holiday
July 4July 4
Last Day to Drop a CourseJune 21July 19July 19
Final ExaminationsJune 28-29August 2-3August 2-3
Final Grades Due (Noon)July 2August 6August 6

New Special Online Summer Course

The course will start by reviewing the known nutritional components (proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals). Deficiency and overdose diseases of each of these components will be addressed. Food Intolerance versus allergy food will also be covered. The course will approach various food treatments, in the farm and in processing and packaging plants. Recent food poisoning events and potential food recalls. The later part of the course will refer to the most common food ingredients in processed or packaged food and their potential health hazards.

The biology elective course will suit senior and junior students who are biology majors and minors. Public health majors may also take the course.

Pre-College Summer Programs

Xavier University of Louisiana hosts a variety of summer opportunities for middle school and high school students to enrich their academic and social development in the world’s most fascinating city.

Students from around the country will pursue their passions in a rigorous, academic setting. With exciting programs ranging from science to math, you will have the unique opportunity to explore an area of interest on a deeper level through in-class discussions, laboratory experiences and cultural explorations. As part of the learning experience at Xavier, you will enhance your high school career and get a jump start on your college life.