At Neumont University, we're proud that we do things differently.
One of the features we most often get asked about is our year-round academic calendar. We strongly believe the best way to learn to code is to, well..., code. And one of the best ways to retain all that new information is to continually practice. Technology doesn't stop changing just because our students aren't in the classroom, and so we developed a year-round academic schedule to keep our students up-to-date on the latest tech.
Summer time is the quintessential example of this philosophy in action. It's averaging 90 degrees outside and our students are in cool classrooms learning new skills Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Get in, get out, get paid. It's a mantra we live by.
Even better, this week we're trying something new and livestreaming one of our computer science classes. Tune in to our YouTube channel on Thursday, June 30 at 8 a.m. Mountain Time and watch Instructor Matt Warner teach a lesson on application development to our newest cohort of students.
Keep calm and code on.