Learning every day, in every way
You deserve the best educational experience possible this semester. Whether you’re new to college, returning to complete your degree or certificate, or taking classes to improve your professional skills, we offer a variety of learning options. Many of our programs are now available online, so you can accomplish your educational goals while balancing your life. We’re bringing the classroom to your home or anywhere you have an internet connection. Unsure which type(s) of classes you’re taking? Check your Student Center to see.
Class Formats Available
Explore all the ways to take classes from online variations to in-person.
To participate in our Fall classes, students will need a laptop or desktop computer and a reliable internet connection. You may also need a working webcam and microphone for your computer. For more information, please visit our Technology Resources page.
You may use a smartphone or tablet to contact us and take advantage of our virtual services. However, a laptop or desktop computer is suggested to complete live online, on your time online and hybrid classes.
Most courses are offered in 8-week or 16-week formats. In a typical 3-credit course, content instruction, independent learning, and homework, you should expect to commit approximately:
- 16-weeks: 6 hours per week
- 8-weeks: 12 hours per week
Courses may vary from this calculation. You should pay close attention to the course syllabus for more information.