Join us for Tasty Tuesdays!

Every Tuesday, we will be bringing two local food trucks to campus for faculty, students and staff to purchase lunch from 11:00am – 2:00pm. The truck will be located behind Lattimore Hall in LeChase Plaza.

Come out and enjoy some great food or just to hang out and enjoy the weather. Tables and chairs are located in the plaza, but feel free to bring a blanket and relax on the grass. Entertainment will be provided for all to enjoy.

Our first two students to arrive got themselves some cool summer session tank tops!
Our first two students to arrive got themselves some cool summer session tank tops!

 

Tasty Tuesdays Schedule

June 10 – Roc City Sammich & Lettuce B. Frank

June 17 – Cheesed and Confused & Macarollin’

June 24 – Hello Arepa and Le Petit Poutine

July 1 – Lettuce B. Frank & Cheesed and Confused

July 8 – Roc City Sammich & Macarollin’

July 15 – Hello Arepa & Le Petit Poutine

July 22 – Lettuce B. Frank & Roc City Sammich

July 29 – Cheesed and Confused & Macarollin’

August 5 – Hello Arepa & Le Petit Poutine

August 12 – Lettuce B. Frank & Macarollin’

August 19 – Roc City Sammich & Le Petit Poutine

Tasty Tuesdays will run until August 19th.  For more information about Tasty Tuesdays, please contact the Office of Summer Programs and Part-Time Studies at osp@rochester.edu or at (585) 275-2345.

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Register for summer sessions now!

Registration for Summer Sessions for all matriculated University of Rochester students opens today, Monday, April 7th. Registration for all others will open on Monday, April 14th.

View the new online summer brochure to check out all our summer course offerings, get information about summer housing, dining and more.

Register early to avoid the closure of high-priority classes.

Visit us online at http://www.rochester.edu/summer

 

Make your summer count.

During the summer, the University of Rochester continues to offer you the best of a top-tier research institution. But the summer sessions include other benefits too. You can:

  • Enroll in a variety of courses and activities, some only available during the summer session
  • Take advantage of a student faculty ration of X-to-Y, meaning you get the dedicated attention of our faculty
  • Get ahead in your coursework, which can give you more time to complete a second major, a study abroad program, or an internship
  • Sample new and different courses to enhance your degree or gain additional professional skills
  • Enjoy all that beautiful River Campus has to offer, including libraries, study spaces, and research facilities
  • Experience Upstate New York at its finest—from downtown Rochester to the Finger Lakes

Rochester Summer Sessions

Enjoy beautiful River Campus and check out all that summer in Rochester has to offer while studying at a top-tier research institution. With four different summer sessions and a wide variety of courses, you can enjoy your summer and fit your classes into a schedule that works for you.

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Why Summer Sessions at Rochester?

The University of Rochester offers a truly unique experience. Each summer, students and visitors come to study at the University of Rochester, one of the nation’s leading private research universities, to benefit from the distinguished faculty, world-renowned science, engineering and medical research centers, innovative courses, outstanding facilities, amazing summer weather, and a University-wide commitment to students.

In addition to our exceptional academic programs, UR offers an array of cultural events both on and off campus. Experience and enjoy outstanding films, performances, art exhibits, and musical entertainment offered on the River Campus, at the Memorial Art Gallery, and at the Eastman School Theatre. The Public Market, Rochester’s famous Park Avenue, shopping, dining, and the theatre and concert hall districts are only a ten-minute bus ride away.

Whether you are an undergraduate, a returning professional, an international participant, a senior citizen, an alumnus, or a visiting student from another college, there is a place for you at the University of Rochester.


Questions?

The Office of Summer Programs and Part-Time Studies is always available to help you with any questions you may have. Connect with us via email or give us a call at (585) 275-2345.

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