It's not too late to register for fall classes at College of DuPage

  • College of DuPage's fall term offers a range of class format options, including virtual class meetings, online classes and hybrid classes. The 12-week session begins Monday, Sept. 21, and a second eight-week session starts Monday, Oct. 19.

    College of DuPage's fall term offers a range of class format options, including virtual class meetings, online classes and hybrid classes. The 12-week session begins Monday, Sept. 21, and a second eight-week session starts Monday, Oct. 19. Courtesy of COD

 
Submitted by COD News Bureau
Updated 9/18/2020 5:47 PM

Registration is still open for College of DuPage's 12-week session, which begins Monday, Sept. 21, and second eight-week session, which begins Monday, Oct. 19.

Prioritizing the safety and health of students, the college's fall term offers a range of class format options, including virtual class meetings, online classes and hybrid classes.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Students in hybrid courses visit the campus for 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 take place completely online in real time at specified days and times using video chat software.

Learn more about fall class format options at College of DuPage.

To search for classes and to register, go to myaccess.cod.edu.

For more information about registration at College of DuPage, visit www.cod.edu/registration.

College of DuPage is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is the largest public community college in the state of Illinois.

The college grants seven associate degrees and offers more than 170 career and technical certificates in over 50 areas of study.

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