Over the last few months, faculty and staff have been reviewing and revising our fall course offerings to ensure that you can be successful and reach your educational goals without sacrificing your safety. Based on our review, we have developed a new set of course delivery options.
Courses that typically have labs or studio time have been converted to blended models that combine remote work with some time on campus. Most other courses listed in our campus schedules have been converted to real-time remote. Online courses have generally not changed.
View/print the Course Delivery Types for Fall 2020
We understand that making the choice to continue your education can be difficult given the many uncertainties about COVID-19. We hope that the course delivery options we have developed will help ease your mind and enable you to continue your education this fall.
We also recognize that this is a big change in our approach, but we believe it is the best way to provide students a safe, quality education. In designing the new schedule, we reviewed feedback from over 2,500 students, looked carefully at data on virus spread and reviewed state regulations limiting the number of people on campus.
The new modalities will provide students a great deal of flexibility. In addition, because many courses have been moved to remote delivery, you may have the option to take a course that is listed on a campus that you do not usually attend.
Registration for Fall Semester 2020 is open, and our staff here to support you. Make an appointment with your Pathways Advisor to plan your fall schedule and learn more about how fall classes will be taught.
If you already know which courses you want to take, you can check out our Fall 2020 Course Offerings page to see how the courses you are interested in are being delivered this fall.
We wanted to get this information to you as soon as it was available to give you as much time as possible to make your plans for fall semester. If you need to add or drop a class, however, please know that registration through the “Add/Drop Classes” icon in eWOLF and through Navigate will not be available June 30, 2020, 12pm through July 1, 2020, 11am. We are expecting that you will still be able to plan and schedule your fall courses in Navigate during this time.
On our Fall 2020 Course Offerings page, you can also see the many safety precautions we’re taking and asking you to take in order to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible this fall.
We will also be announcing over $2.5 million in additional fall scholarships in the next week or so. Please check your email for eligibility requirements and application information.
You are a valuable part of our FRCC family, and we look forward to seeing you this fall, whether online or in person with extra safety precautions for a lab, clinical, or in-person services.
President, Front Range Community College