In response to the current COVID-19 surge, in-person and hybrid classes are temporarily moved to online-only delivery. In-person instruction is expected to resume Monday, Feb. 7
“No classes are being canceled. Our top priority continues to be the safety and health of our students, faculty and staff,” said College of DuPage President Dr. Brian Caputo. “It is our hope that limiting density in college facilities for the next few weeks will help combat the virus. We look forward to welcoming students back to campus.”
The spring 2022 semester includes a 16-, 12- and two eight-week sessions.
Spring course offerings include full in-person or in a hybrid format that includes partial in-person instruction, remaining sections will be offered in a traditional online format or as virtual class meetings.
Students in hybrid courses visit the campus for lectures, labs, studios or clinical work, with additional required learning online. Online courses, meanwhile, are internet-based, conducted off-campus and adhere to instructor timelines and designated learning outcomes. Students interact with each other primarily through discussion boards and written messages.
Virtual class meetings allow students to interact with faculty and peers in a live remote format. These classes take place completely online at specified days and times using video chat software.
Student service offices are open for in-person and virtual appointments.
“Delivering the curriculum and educational resources our students expect is important and we must continue to do so in a safe environment,” Caputo said.