Student Success > Success Strategies > Guide to 2021-2022 Classes
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives in profound ways, including the ways in which we are able to gather as a learning community. We learned that we can offer classes in multiple modalities, both on-campus and online. While most classes will be offered on-campus, we will be offering a number of classes online. In some instances, these classes will be offered as part of degrees that are now fully online; in other instances, courses that have multiple sections may include both online and on-campus options. In addition, thanks to new technology, some on-campus classes will also give students the option to participate remotely.
As you are building your schedule for the upcoming terms, please learn about the spectrum of available modalities. Not every class will be available in every modality, but be aware of the options and of how to identify them in Campus Connect at registration time.
Here’s how to see the course modality options for any given class:
In these modalities, you may have to go to campus at some time.
In these modalities, you don't have to go to campus at any time. Your participation is 100% online.