College of DuPage prepares for mostly online spring semester

  • A College of DuPage manufacturing technology class taught by instructor Tom Lanagan has an in-person component. The school will hold most classes online for the spring semester.

    A College of DuPage manufacturing technology class taught by instructor Tom Lanagan has an in-person component. The school will hold most classes online for the spring semester. Courtesy of Art Carrillo

  • Instructor Mark Pearson leads an architecture class this call at the College of DuPage. The school will hold most classes online for the spring term.

    Instructor Mark Pearson leads an architecture class this call at the College of DuPage. The school will hold most classes online for the spring term. Courtesy of Art Carrillo

  • College of DuPage President Brian Caputo

    College of DuPage President Brian Caputo

 
 
Updated 11/11/2020 6:47 PM

The state's largest community college will keep most classes online for the spring semester while administrators hope to stave off further enrollment declines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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