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17 Mar 2014

Receive $50 off your Summer Seminar expenses when you register by March 31

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Written by: Jake Sherlock

This story first appeared in Seminar Sentinel, a regular e-newsletter about Summer Seminar. ANA members can receive the Sentinel in their inbox by going to the Members Only section and updating their  email preferences

ANA members attending Summer Seminar can save $50 per session (members who attend both sessions can save $100) when they register and pay tuition and campus fees by March 31.


"Enrollment is limited, so signing up early not only saves you money, it guarantees a space in the class of your choice," said Susan McMillan, education project manager.


The 46th annual Summer Seminar also features a revised schedule with a Saturday-Wednesday format for classes and events. This allows the ANA to once again offer a tour to the Denver Mint.


"When the U.S. Mint in Denver adopted a 4-day work week, we could no longer offer the Friday tour to the Mint," McMillan explained. "With the new streamlined schedule, we can once again offer tours - this year on Thursday."


The new format also means Session 2 students and instructors will depart on July 3, allowing attendees to spend Independence Day with family and friends.


Classroom hours will be Sunday through Wednesday, 9-11:45 a.m. and 1:15-4 p.m. Opening ceremonies will be conducted at 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 21, and Saturday, June 28. A schedule at a glance can be found at Money.org/SummerSeminar .


The Dwight N. Manley Numismatic Library will conduct its annual book sale and be open special hours during Summer Seminar. Additionally, the Colorado Springs Coin Show will be held between Sessions 1 and 2 at the nearby Freedom Financial Services Center in Colorado Springs, June 26-29. Shuttle transportation is provided to Summer Seminar students.


Course catalogs and the registration form are available for download at  Money.org/SummerSeminar . Members can also register by contacting Education Assistant Amber Bradish at 719-482-9865 or via email atabradish@money.org .

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