Spring 2021 Course Information

Update on Spring 2021 Classes

We wanted to share with you the most up-to-date information that we have about spring semester. With the recent spike in COVID cases, and the potential for an additional spike after Christmas and New Years, we have had to make some minor modifications to our original plan. See President Dorsey's latest message about our Spring 2021 plans.

  • Many classes that were scheduled to have a campus component will open as fully remote and will begin their campus work the week of February 1. Please plan to attend these classes remotely starting the week of January 19.
  • Some classes, mostly health care courses and hands-on technical courses like machining, welding, and auto repair – will still start their campus sessions the week of January 19, as originally scheduled.
  • Classes scheduled to be online or completely real-time-remote will not change.
  • All campus welcome centers/information centers will be open and serving students starting January 4. Limited in-person student services will be available beginning January 11. Please check the individual department webpages for details.

Have you filled out your FRCC application? Applying to FRCC is free and you can apply online anytime.


Classes Beginning On-Campus Sessions January 19

If you have any questions about how or when to attend your class, please contact your instructor.


Classes Beginning On-Campus Sessions February 1

If you have any questions about how or when to attend your class, please contact your instructor.


Spring 2021 Teaching & Course Delivery Methods

Here are the ways FRCC will deliver courses in the Spring to ensure a safe learning environment while still creating time on campus for courses that need it most.

Online

Online

Course Location = Online Classes

In our traditional online courses, all class content is delivered online. Some courses may contain optional live/real-time interaction via videoconferencing tools such as WebEx, Zoom, etc. The instructor sets the pace of the course via deadlines for discussions, assignments, quizzes, etc.

Any-Time Remote + Limited Campus Meetings

Course Location = Online + Room #/TBA

A portion of class content is delivered online, not in real time. Online content can be completed at any time within the deadlines set by the instructor. The remainder of the class content is delivered in person on campus (and/or at a clinical site). The instructor sets the pace of the course via deadlines for discussions, assignments, quizzes, etc.

Any-Time Remote + Limited Campus Meetings

Real-Time Remote + Limited Campus Meetings

Real-Time Remote + Limited Campus Meetings

Course Location = Remote + Room #/TBA

A portion of class content is delivered online in real time via videoconferencing tools such as WEbEx, Zoom, etc. The remainder of the class content is delivered on campus (and/or at a clinical site). The instructor sets the pace of the course via deadlines for discussions, assignments, quizzes, etc.

Real-Time Remote, No Campus Meetings

Course Location = Remote + Online

All class content is delivered online. The class includes required live/real-time interaction via videoconferencing tools such as WebEx, Zoom,The instructor sets the pace of the course via deadlines for discussions, assignments, quizzes, etc. Students are required to attend remote class meetings at the designated class time.

Real-Time Remote, No Campus Meetings


Reading the Spring 2021 Course Schedule

Check your section’s room or location. You can use this handy guide to know which of the four modalities the class is offered in:

Online = Online Classes

Remote + Room #/TBA = Real-Time Remote + Limited Campus Meetings

Remote + Online = Real-Time Remote, No Campus Meetings

Online + Room #/TBA = Any-Time Remote + Limited Campus Meetings

We’ve also created a quick video to help you find your class section’s room/location and any additional course details available in Navigate.

 

Want to register through eWOLF instead? Check out this helpful guide!

If you have general questions about how to use Navigate or eWOLF to register for classes, you can find more information on our How to Register for Classes Page.


Contact Advising
Boulder County Campus

(303) 678-3722 | Email us

Larimer Campus

(970) 204-8332 | Email us

Westminster Campus

(303) 404-5300 | Email us

Brighton Center

(303) 404-5099 | Email us

Online Learning

(303) 404-5513 | Email us

 

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