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Summer school classes were first offered in 1932. Three hundred students enrolled, far more than expected. As enrollment grew, the classes were reserved for teachers earning additional credit. Eventually the sessions became a third term with open enrollment, offering classes at other sites and abroad. In 1951 the extension program was established, offering classes throughout the state. Summer sessions are administered

Roy C. Rice,
Founding Dean of the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, 1958

Roy C. Rice, Founding Dean of the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions (1965), with student discussing Teen-age Traffic Safety Conference

by the Office of Summer Sessions/Commencement, and Continuing Education (extension program) is now the College of Extended Education.

For more information about the Summer Sessions/Commencement and Continuing Education (extension program) of the College of Extended Education, please visit:http://www.asu.edu/ssc/

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