Updated March 23, 2021
Summer and Fall Semesters will offer more opportunities for in-person learning while still providing the flexibility of blended and online options. During Summer Semester, 61 percent of classes will be available in-person or blended, and that will increase to 69 percent for Fall Semester. Student safety remains a priority with smaller class sizes, social distancing, and increased sanitizing of classrooms and labs.
Classes for Summer and Fall Semesters are now available in My Gateway. Browse available courses here. Priority registration begins March 22 for continuing program students. Open registration begins on April 9. Students are encouraged to register early for best class selection.
The college will continue to support students to ensure their success through on-campus and online support services. Chromebooks and wi-fi hot spots continue to be available to students as needed.
Course delivery options include:
In-person: If a course is listed with a campus location and meeting date and time, the course will be offered in a fully on-campus, in-person format.
Blended: If a course is listed as blended, a portion of the course will be delivered in-person, on-campus and a portion will be delivered in an online format.
INET without day, time or location: If a course is listed as INET without a day, time or location, the course will be delivered in a traditional online format via Blackboard. Access to begin INET coursework should be available in Blackboard no later than the first day of class.
OSYNC Online Synchronous: If a course is listed as OSYNC with a day/meeting time but no location, the course will be delivered via online synchronous delivery. Students will meet online at the assigned time via video conference, allowing students to have real-time, live interaction with the instructor and classmates.
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