At SCTCC, we're working to give you the best experience for your success this fall. This means our hands-on lab classes will be in-person, on-campus. Some classes will be hybrid, combining the best of in-person and online. Some classes will be completely online. And in some cases, you'll have a choice of what kind of class you take. The best part is that we’re here to help you find the best path for you.
Check out how your area is planning for fall 2021. Then apply today!
Trades & Industry
- Nearly all the trades and industry classes will be on campus, in person.
- Some classes may be online or blended, based on how they are listed in eServices.
- The Health Sciences programs will return to face-to-face classes this fall.
- Health Information Technology/Medical Coding is offered 100% online, so that will remain online.
- Safety measures will be in place directed by the CDC, MDH, and SCTCC.
Liberal Arts/AA & Transfer
- Some classes will be held on campus, and some will be online.
- Many of the face-to-face classes will be hybrid (a mix of online and in-person), and with 3' distancing recommendations, more classes will be held in person.
Business, IT, and Education
- The business, IT, and education classes will be hybrid but mostly held face-to-face.
- If there are multiple sections of a class, you can expect at least one of them to be fully online.
Important to Know!
- When you're registering for classes on eServices, check the NOTES section. You will learn a lot more specifics about how the class is being offered in the notes section.
- Your advisor has answers to a lot of your questions! All students meet with an advisor before registering for classes.
- New student? Watch your email for your next steps.
- Current student and need your access code? Make an appointment with your advisor.
- Check your SCTCC email – your instructors and the college will send you updates to your email, especially if anything changes.
- Confused about what the class types are? Check the definitions below.
- These plans may change at any time, but the good news is that we have been through a major class overhaul already, so we know we can do this! (And you can too!)
Are you checking out the class schedule and not sure what the delivery methods mean? Good news: we've got some answers.
A traditional online course. You can learn at your own pace and when it's convenient for you by logging in any day at any time to do your work, as long as you complete assignments and exams by their due dates.
You and your class will meet online during dates and times listed.
Students will have 1-4 meetings face-to-face over the course of the semester. The meeting dates are listed on schedule. Some of these meetings may be for exams.
Class meet with a mixture of online and face-to-face. Face-to-face meeting dates are listed on the schedule. Some classes may be divided into groups, with students coming on campus some of the days listed. Unless otherwise instructed, students should attend class on campus the first day and instructors will explain how the semester will work. Be sure to check your e-mail and D2L for more information about your classes.
Classes can be taken face-to-face, online, or hybrid, as it works for your schedule. Lectures will be streamed so you can attend synchronously – check the NOTES section of the class when you register to learn more about how each class will be offered. This is a very flexible way to take classes, as you can move between different ways of learning and find out what works best for you.
A traditional on campus class that meets in person. Students and instructors in the classroom will follow physical distancing guidelines.
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Join a small group to learn more about SCTCC and take a campus tour. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about SCTCC programs, the application process, and tour the state-of-the-art-labs and classrooms.
As always, safety first!
- Masks are required on campus, regardless of vaccination status.
- Do your best to keep a distance of 3' from others while on campus.
We will be using CDC and MDH recommendations as guidelines.