Spring 2021 Course Delivery Options

Spring 2021 Course Delivery Options

Nashville State’s priority remains the safety of students, faculty, and staff. Therefore, the Spring 2021 schedule is primarily virtual. Nashville State still stands committed to providing limited on-ground options this spring, and any class meetings on-ground will have protection protocols in place for the safety of the community.

View the current spring course list. (If students are having difficulty accessing the information on the form, they can email AccessCenter@nscc.edu)

View the hybrid on-campus schedule. (If students are having difficulty accessing the information on the form, they can email AccessCenter@nscc.edu)

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Four Course Delivery Options

Virtual

  • Online courses using free video conferencing, typically Zoom
  • Has assigned days and times students are expected to attend virtual class meetings
  • Virtual class meetings are “live”, they are not pre-recorded
  • Students will not be expected to come to campus for any reason; there are no classroom meetings or proctored exams
  • Students need access to a device with video and audio capability, and high-speed internet

Hybrid

  • Combination of virtual instruction and on-campus face-to-face meetings
  • Has assigned days and times students are expected to attend
  • Face-to-face meetings may include class instruction or proctored testing
  • Classroom capacity will be reduced to ensure social distancing
  • Masks/face coverings are required on campus at all times, including during the class meeting
  • Students need access to a device with video and audio capability, and high-speed internet

Online

  • Traditional online courses
  • No required class times
  • Assignments have due dates: students sign-in to complete assignments at times convenient to their schedule
  • May require proctored testing: a student may be required to come to campus to take an exam
  • Students are expected to navigate material independently: instructors will be available to answer questions
  • Students need access to technology to access the course material

On-Campus, Face-to-Face

  • Courses taught in a traditional classroom
  • Limited to programs with significant “hands-on” components
  • Classroom seating will follow safety guidelines
  • Students need access to technology to access the course materials

Access to Internet and Technology

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Advising & Registration

Schedule an appointment with your advisor in October so you are ready to register for classes in November.

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