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Nonprofit Courses this Summer at PSU - Please register by June 16 if you can - Share this with anyone you think would benefit

Summer term begins the week of June 21.

"Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations" with Kay Sohl (This is usually taught in the winter term. Catch it now and be ahead of the game) (3 credits or Certificate non-credit)  PA410 (CRN 82567)/524 Sec FIN (CRN 82568) Fridays and Saturdays: June 25, June 26, July 9, and July 10. 9am to 5:30pm.

"Advanced Grantwriting" with Michael Wells (A new course for those who need to go to the next level in grantwriting) (3 credits or Certificate non-credit) PA410 (CRN 82565)/510 Section AGW (CRN 82566) Saturdays: June 26, July 17, July 31, August 21. 9am to 5pm. [Note: Students should be familiar with the basics of grantwriting to take this course. If not, they should register for Grantwriting (PA410/525) on Thursdays.]

"Grantwriting" with Michael Wells (3 credits or Certificate non-credit) PA410 (CRN 82569)/525 Sec MKW (CRN 82570) Thursdays: June 24, July 15, August 5, August 26. 9am to 4:50pm.

TO REGISTER for credit, go to http://www.summer.pdx.edu/. TO REGISTER for CERTIFICATE NONCREDIT, go to http://www.inpm.pdx.edu/registration-policy-and-instructions.

For more information on our nonprofit-related educational programs (including, for example, the Master of Public Administration with a Nonprofit Specialization & Certificates in Nonprofit Management, Nonprofit Development, or Volunteer Management) or to be added to our LISTSERV for info on jobs, courses, and such, please contact the Institute for Nonprofit Management (INPM)     E-mail: [email protected]     Phone: 503-725-8221     Web: www.inpm.pdx.edu/

For an application packet for the MPA Nonprofit Specialization Program, see http://www.pdx.edu/hatfieldschool/public-administration-program-admissions.

For information on graduate financial aid, consult: www.pdx.edu/finaid/

Note for undergrad and grad students: The “fees” listed on the Summer Session schedule for these courses are instead of "tuition". The official footnote is copied below. Please call if you have questions.

    “ 17: Tuition and fees for self-support courses are assessed separately from the charges associated with regular courses. The tuition costs associated with     self-support sections are listed in the fees column in the Class Schedule. Credits associated with self-support classes do not count toward a student's enrollment status for tuition purposes. Thus, an undergraduate student enrolled in 8 credits of regular classes and a 4-credit self-support class is assessed regular tuition for 8 credits plus the additional course fee for the self-support class. The costs of self-support courses do not include Incidental or Health Services fees; therefore, students registering only for self-support courses are not eligible to use services supported by Incidental or Health Services fees, including insurance.     Students enrolled in self-support courses are charged the $41 per term Student Recreation Center fee and will have full access to the Recreation Center and related services. Students who drop a self-support class after the 100% refund period may owe at least partial fees for the class.”

Campus map: http://www.pdx.edu/map.html

Interested in ONLINE offerings? For information on our ONLINE courses in the Volunteer Engagement and Leadership Program (VELP), see http://extended.pdx.edu/degrcomp/programs/v_engagement_online.php

The course schedule is subject to change. It was last updated 6/2/10.


Sharon Hasenjaeger Assistant Director Institute for Nonprofit Management Portland State University Tel: (503) 725-8221 Fax: (503) 725-8045 [email protected] www.inpm.pdx.edu for information on INPM’s nonprofit courses and events