Despite all the uncertainty created by COVID-19, new and prospective students can still work toward meeting their higher educational and career goals this fall. Registration for the Fall Semester is open, and the college has moved about 95 percent of its courses to online and hybrid formats that can include both online and on-campus instruction in small, socially-distanced groups.
Most of the blended classes with on-campus meetings will be in career technical areas and other areas with labs. Other types of blended classes will include off-campus, virtual classrooms requiring students to meet virtually during all or some scheduled class times.
Fall Semester begins August 26.