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Even when circumstances change, your goals don’t have to! Columbus State is creating a new kind of learning experience that delivers classes and holistic student support remotely so you can learn on through COVID-19 and any other challenge life throws at you. It’s what we do – provide exceptional education and student support in person, at a distance, or combination of both.
A lot is changing right now, but one thing remains constant: We’ll keep learning together. When we have important resources and information updates to share, we’ll do it here and at cscc.edu/coronavirus. So, check these pages often.
- Spring Semester 2021: During January 18-23, 2021, ALL classes will accessed online even if they are listed with Partial In-Person or Full-In Person meeting times. No students should report to campus during this first week of instruction. Check Blackboard for any further instructions from your instructor regarding classes this week. If you have questions about a class format to complete registration, please check out www.cscc.edu/courseformats. Any required class meeting days and times are listed on the class schedule.
- Spring Semester instruction will continue to be primarily remote, with limited exceptions for classes that need to be delivered in person for accreditation and hands-on learning purposes. And, we will continue to support all students with remote student services, whether they’re learning at home, on campus, or a combination of both. To slow the spread of the virus, anyone who visits Columbus State campuses or learning centers must wear a facial covering, practice social distancing, and complete daily health screenings. The spring class schedule has been updated to reflect how each class section will be delivered so students can plan and schedule accordingly.
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Our Guiding Principles
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Columbus State identified the guiding principles of health and safety, compassion and flexibility, and clear communication. The College will continue to follow those guiding principles as we move forward. The well-being of our students, faculty, and staff is of paramount importance. The College will balance student success, sound instructional practices, and health and safety by planning for a low density Spring semester. New practices will be required to support safe interactions where necessary, and remote work where it can be accomplished.
Please understand this is a rapidly evolving pandemic, and therefore the College’s policies, protocols, and practices are subject to change based on emerging federal, state, and local orders. This guidance will be updated accordingly. The College will do everything it can to make sure any changes to policies, protocols, and practices are communicated as quickly as possible. The College appreciates your efforts to become familiar with the new expectations and responsibilities you have as a student, as well as your efforts to stay up-to-date on additional expectations and responsibilities as they evolve. As always, your progress and success is our top priority.