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Fontbonne University Offers Free Online Courses to New Undergraduate Students

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Incoming freshmen and transfer students who enroll in the fall 2020 semester at Fontbonne University will be able to take up to two courses (six credits) for free online this summer. Courses include:

  • Special Topics: Drive-In Literature: Heroes, Villains, & Special Effects
  • U.S. and Missouri Constitutions
  • Human Sexuality
  • Art Appreciation
  • Essential Concepts for Health and Fitness
  • Information Literacy in Higher Education
  • Computer Applications: Spreadsheet
  • Principles of Micro Economics
  • United States History Since 1865
  • Contemporary Moral Issues
  • Introduction to Psychology

“Students who choose to take advantage of this special offer will have a unique opportunity to save money while also getting a head start on earning their college degree,” said Jenny Chism, Fontbonne’s Interim Associate Vice President of Admission.

In addition to offering two free online courses, Fontbonne is waiving SAT/ACT testing requirements for fall 2020 applicants. Incoming freshmen will still be required to have a 2.75 GPA or higher, submit official high school transcripts, and complete an application. There is no cost to apply for the fall 2020 semester.

For more information about Fontbonne’s summer 2020 course offerings, visit Freshmen and transfer students can apply to Fontbonne at

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