Spring 2021 Course Options

Warren County Community College will continue to offer the face-to-face, remote, hybrid, and distance education options in the delivery of instruction for the Spring 2021 semester, as the safety of our students, faculty, and staff remains important to us. While we continue to charter through uncertain times, one thing will not change--WCCC’s commitment to providing our students with quality instruction.

Warren County Community College Spring 2021 Course Delivery Options

 

WCCC will deliver courses in a variety of methods this spring. Classes will be offered as follows:

. Face-to-Face

 

These courses are taught on campus based on the days and times listed in the course schedule.

 

Students are expected to attend classes on campus for these sessions.

 

Course content, time, and rigor are the same as remote, hybrid, and distance ed sections.

Remote

 

These courses are taught virtually, using the GoToMeeting or GoToWebinar software, based on the days and times listed in the course schedule.

 

Students are expected to attend these virtual online class sessions at the times listed on the course schedule. Time directly online may vary dependent on the instructor’s use of MyWarren distance education. Please refer to the course schedule and the syllabus.

 

Course content, time, and rigor are the same as face-to-face, hybrid, and distance ed courses.

 

Students will need access to a computer with camera/microphone during the times listed in the course schedule.

 

Hybrid

 

These courses are taught in a combination of face-to-face, online, and remote activities.

 

Students are expected to come on campus for periodic class sessions based on specific days and times listed in the course schedule or as directed by the instructor. Students should refer to the  course itinerary. For some lab science courses and unmanned systems courses, students will attend lectures remotely using GoToMeeting and are expected to attend on campus labs during the scheduled sessions.

 

Course content, time, and rigor are the same as face-to-face, remote, and distance ed courses.

 

Students will need access to a computer with camera/microphone.

 

Distance Ed

 

These courses are taught fully online through MyWarren’s eLearning classroom.

 

Students are not expected to log on at any specific time. Assignments have weekly deadlines, but students have the flexibility to study and learn when they want. Students must participate in the discussion board in order to meet attendance requirements.

 

Course content, time, and rigor are the same as face-to-face, remote, and hybrid courses.

 

Students will need access to a computer.

Students should review all announcements in MyWarren, in the eLearning classrooms, and in their preferred email regularly for updates regarding classes and the fall schedule.  Syllabi and Cengage Unlimited textbook course codes will be available between Friday, January 29th and the first day of class. Classes begin on February 1st.

 

 Warren County Community College will continue to be guided by our state and local government leaders and public health agencies with respect to social distancing requirements. Warren County Community College has implemented general safeguards to be observed throughout all functional areas of the Washington Campus, located at 475 Route 57 West, Washington, NJ and the Phillipsburg Education Center, located at 445 Marshall Street, Phillipsburg, NJ.