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Carl Sandburg College will offer several modes of instruction for students during the 2020 fall semester, including in-classroom, face-to-face learning.
The method of instruction for each course has been determined by faculty and academic leadership and formatted for available space on campus. Any in-person learning will adhere to guidelines under the Restore Illinois plan and from the Illinois Community College Board. For courses that include face-to-face instruction, contingency plans are in place should there be a need to discontinue in-person learning. The method of instruction for each class section will be listed as students registers for their classes.
Sandburg last week introduced its plan to reopen its campuses under Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois plan. All Sandburg campus locations reopened Monday for the first time since March 16.
“Our priority as we prepare to enter the fall semester is being able to conduct all our instruction safely for our students, faculty and staff,” President Dr. Seamus Reilly said. “We want to make sure we’re doing everything we can to give our students and instructors the flexibility to choose the type of learning environment that is best for them and that they’re most comfortable with at this time.”
Course modes of instruction for the 2020 fall semester are:
Registration is open for fall semester classes at Sandburg. Registration ends Aug. 14, and classes begin Aug. 17. To begin the application process or for more information, contact the Sandburg Welcome Center at 309.345.3500 or email@example.com.
***Report Courtesy of Carl Sandburg College***