This summer's IFLIP language program includes the opportunity to study intensive beginning Russian. The Intensive Foreign Language Instruction Program (IFLIP) is a unique learning opportunity offered during the summer and winter breaks.
A fun way to try a new language, the courses are open to members of the University community and to the general public. Classes meet Monday through Friday, two hours a day, for three weeks, except holidays, and are taught by advanced graduate students or faculty. Courses focus on conversational skills, travel preparation, and language survival skills. There is minimal homework, no attendance policy, and no academic credit.
Classes are held in the Foreign Languages Building. Participants will receive a confirmation email once registration and payment is complete, and shortly before classes begin will be notified as to the class room and instructor. Course costs are $100 for Illinois students, $125 for faculty, staff, and retirees, and $150 for the general public. See the SLCL website for IFLIP registration and additional information.