Mills College is pleased to launch a new January session with five courses for credit and audit. These courses are open to Mills undergraduate and graduate students, students from other institutions, alumnae/i, and the general public.
Undergraduate courses are open to current Mills undergraduate students and all self-identified women. Courses designated for undergraduate and graduate level are open to graduate students of all genders. Mills continuing students’ online registration for the January session is October 14 to October 21, 2013.
Students entering Mills in Spring 2014 who are interested in taking a course during the January 2014 session, please complete the Special Student January 2014 Registration form. Please submit this form by October 21, 2013 for priority consideration. The final pre-registration deadline is December 18, 2013 at 4:00 pm.
Students from other institutions wishing to register for the January 2014 session, please complete the Special Student January 2014 Registration form. Please submit this form no later than December 18, 2013 at 4:00 pm.
Enrollment (no credit): Auditors (including Mills alumnae auditors) wishing to register for the January 2014 session, please complete the Alumnae Auditor January 2014 Registration form. Please submit this form by fax–510.430.2003, scanned and emailed to email@example.com, mailed, or dropped off in person at the M Center, Carnegie Hall, 5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA, 94613, no later than December 18, 2013 at 4:00 pm.
January Term Services (136k, pdf)
Everyone interested in enrolling in a course needs to first e-mail the instructor for permission; let the instructor know whether you are planning to take the course for credit or audit. Click on any course title below for further information about the course and links to instructor email addresses.
ECON 162/MGMT 280—CRN 10003/CRN10007–The Economics Of Climate Change (1 credit)
EDUC 180/280—CRN 10004/CRN 10008–Taking The Community's Pulse: Surveying Public Schools' Sustainability In Oakland (1 credit)
ENG 180—CRN 10005–Jane Austen: The Critical Legacy And The Popular Imagination (1 credit)
REL 180—CRN 10006–Spirituality And Sustainability (1 credit)
Tuition and fees: $2,000 per Mills course credit plus $82 in general fees.
Credits are given as Mills course credits. For external students, one Mills credit will usually transfer to another college as 3 semester hours.
Auditors pay $750 plus $82 in general fees. Mills alumnae pay $285 to audit (which includes general fees). Those who have a degree-in-progress at Mills and who are admitted for the spring 2014 term are not eligible for the alumnae rate. Unless otherwise required by the instructor, auditors (including alumnae auditors) do not participate in class work or take examinations. Auditors do not receive credit and they may not subsequently request to receive credit by examination. Mills does not provide transcripts for auditors.
Housing: Limited on-campus housing is available in Ege C-Wing at the rate of $445 for a single room, $395 for a double room (two occupants, per person), or $550 for a super single room (double room with only one occupant, if available). A 19-meal-per-week plan is required, at the additional cost of $405. If you need housing, please consult Living at Mills and contact the Housing Office firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. If the class in which you are enrolled is canceled your January Term housing agreement will be canceled as well; in this event you will be given a full refund of your J-Term housing and meal plan charges. The deadline to apply for J-Term housing is Friday, November 15, 2013.
Payment for courses: After you are enrolled, you will be billed for the course.
Mills College reserves the right to cancel courses with low enrollment. Registered students will be notified of cancellations on or about December 19, 2013.