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Spring 2021 Semester: Course Delivery Information

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Checking Course Delivery Method

Fall semester classes begin Monday, Aug. 17.

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Spring semester classes begin Wednesday, Jan. 13. The delivery methods for courses are as follows:

  • On Campus: Standard classes that are taught 100% in-person if conditions permit.
  • Remote: Standard classes that are now taught virtually; students may meet via video conference during class time; schedules will be communicated by faculty. (Students may be assessed proctoring fees). Remote courses will not be assessed E-Learning Fees or require the instructor to obtain distance learning certification to teach the course.
  • HyFlex On-campus & Remote: Some class sessions may meet on campus and some via video conference during class time; schedules will be communicated by faculty. Students concerned about their health, or the health of a family member, can contact their instructor to discuss accommodations. HyFlex courses will not be assessed E-Learning Fees or require the instructor to obtain distance learning certification to teach the course.
  • Hybrid: Online course with face-to-face component. Taught by online-certified faculty using advanced online learning technology. (Students are assessed E-Learning Fees)
  • Online: 100% online course; taught by online-certified faculty using advanced online learning technology. (Students are assessed E-Learning Fees)

Learn more about course delivery methods on the Office of the University Registrar website.

Be sure to check your class schedule to verify the delivery method of your classes.

The Office of the University Registrar has developed a short video that explains how to check the delivery method of your classes. View the Viewing Delivery Methods for Registered Courses video in Moodle.

Routinely check the delivery method for your courses to ensure nothing has changed, and monitor your University email account for important information.

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