Fall 2020 semester classes have a variety of course delivery options:
Courses offered on campus with enrollment limited to 10 students to ensure safe distancing.
Courses that have a regular on-campus component (usually on a weekly basis and often during the lab portion of class) as well as a regular “on a schedule” or “anytime” online component.
A blend of scheduled online class meetings held via live videoconference (Blackboard Collaborate) in addition to “anytime” online coursework. All scheduled online meetings will take place during official, published class days and times. Scheduled online meetings will also be advertised on the course’s syllabus. Students can meet with the instructor virtually during scheduled office hours.
Classes are taught online with no regular online meeting times; coursework is all, or nearly all, asynchronous. Students meet with the instructor virtually during scheduled office hours (via Blackboard Collaborate videoconferencing).
How can you tell how the class you are looking at will be offered?
In the online schedule, students search for courses and the current term. For each class, look at the location. The location will indicate how the course will be offered.