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Bellarmine University

Bellarmine Summer Programs

Limited number of competitive academic based scholarships for classes to be taken during the summer session after high school graduation (before your freshman year in college), or may be taken summer session after your junior year.

· Scholarship is for two courses — six semester credits total — approximately $2,500 scholarship.  ACCT 101 - Financial Principles of Accounting plus one other 100 level course selected from Bellarmine University’s Summer Class Schedule.  Registration is limited to seats available in classes after regular registration is completed.

· Additional coursework may be taken at regular summer tuition.

· ACCT 101 - Financial Principles of Accounting (3 credits) is designed to acquaint students with financial accounting based on a manager’s decision-making perspective.  The basic elements of observing, measuring, recording, and communicating financial information are covered.  Further, basic financial analysis and analytical decision skills are developed.  It is a required freshman level course for accounting and business majors and is the first course for accounting majors. 
Program Cost:

Phone: (502) 452-8240


ACCESS: Advanced College Credit for Exceptional Secondary Students
ACCESS is a dual-credit program — a unique, three-way partnership in academic excellence involving Bellarmine University faculty, the best and brightest high school scholars, and exemplary secondary school teachers.  Eligible advanced high school students earn college credit for their advanced courses taught by highly qualified high school teachers affiliated with academic departments of Bellarmine University.  ACCESS courses are rigorous, corresponding to equivalent Bellarmine classes at the freshman and sophomore level.  Eligible Students register for college credit through the Bellarmine ACCESS program. 

Who benefits?

ACCESS has benefited thousands of students since its inception in 1971 and is currently the oldest and largest dual-credit program in Kentucky.  ACCESS students begin their path toward college at a reduced cost and earn college credit with grade points that will be listed on a Bellarmine University transcript.  The college transition is made easier through the ACCESS program and students are better prepared for full time college coursework

What is the Cost?

For the 2003-2004 school year, tuition is $65 a credit hour, payable at registration.  Therefore, a three-credit class costs $195 and a four-credit course costs $260.  These charges represent a discount of 85% from regular Bellarmine tuition.  Contact your school’s ACCESS liaison for details regarding financial assistance, if needed.

Program Cost:

Phone: (502) 452-8351


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