FLEXU – Intensive and Flexible Format Classes
Continuing Education & Community Engagement

U of U campus

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING OPTIONS IN A LOCATION CLOSE TO YOU

We are focused on getting you the classes you need at flexible times and in a variety of formats to help you get to graduation on-time. Take a class and see how easy it can be to fit your classes into your busy life.

Fall Intensive Classes

Fall Pre Semester August 15-19 from 8AM to 5PM

    Fall Intensive Classes (cont.)

    Fall Break October 10-14 8AM - 5PM

    Main Campus

  • Peoples of Europe -ANTH 3127-002
    (Fills IR & BF) 3 credit hours
  • History of Hip-Hop -DANC 1013-001
    (Fills DV & FF) 3 credit hours
  • Sandy Center

  • US National Government -POLS 1100-071
    (Fills AI) 3 credit hours

Register in CIS - to prevent time conflict errors, register for other classes first, then add this class using a permission code. Click here for more detailed information on registration and to get a permission code: Click Here

Questions? Email Us or call 801-585-9963

The Sandy Center is located at:
One Sandy Center
10011 Centennial Parkway, Suite 100
Sandy, UT 84070

These intensive classes will be as rigorous as a semester-long class and requires attendance at each class session. In addition to time spent in the classroom, students will be required to complete pre- and post-work. This work may include reading from the textbook or other sources, as well as completing online lectures, assignment and exams. Reading and/or assignments may be due prior to first day of class. Please check with instructor or refer to the class syllabus on the class schedule or in Canvas.

Eight hours of attendance is required each day.

"This class was a nice way to get something out before the official start of the semester. It was a lot of work and planning around family, but it was worth it. It was a very busy class and fast paced but if you kept up with it, it was not bad. It was a nice alternative to have this class. I would consider doing another one in the future if it also meant that I could graduate faster."
-Jodi