Online learning options
We’ve never been an all-online school, but we’ve always been adaptable. While we are opening campus back up for in-person learning, we have also increased our online course offerings. We’ve already made over 100 (and counting) courses available entirely online to keep you on track with your educational and graduation goals. Tuition and fees are the same for online and in-person courses.
Additionally, we have made over 250 courses available for remote access to broaden your options to attend class without ever entering a classroom. These classes will be taught in-person, but you would Zoom into the class. These will require flexibility on your part as the course assignments will likely be modified some to accommodate remote access.
When you complete Advising 101, please indicate your preference for an online schedule in the notes.
If you haven’t completed the Advising 101 questionnaire yet, that’s your next step. Then, make an appointment with Jenna Gilbert to discuss your preference for an online-only schedule.
Make an appointment with Scott Miller to discuss your preference for an online schedule.
When you register for classes, you’ll have a couple tools at your disposal to help you pick out an online schedule.
Download a list of online classes. We’re updating this list every few days, so keep checking. If you don’t see a course on there that you’d like to see offered online, let us know.
For option number 2... when you log in to WebOPUS to register for classes, you can use the Advanced Search to display only the courses offered online. Here’s how:
Go to WebOPUS, then:
This will show you all the courses offered online, or those with a remote access option. Select from those courses to build your online-only schedule.
If you're a First-year student, you'll need to request an exemption from the "All First-year students live on campus" rule. You can do that online.
Even if you’re studying online this semester, you’ll want your SkyCard. Upload your photo online, and we’ll mail it to you. Easy peasy.
For Fall 2020, part of Orientation is online. This part is mandatory. Part of Orientation is in-person. This part is "strongly encouraged." Get more information about Orientation before you decide how to proceed.
You don’t need to send in your immunization records until you come to campus for classes, but if you already have them, you can send them in now.
You can order your textbooks online from the FLC Bookstore, the SkyStore. Fall 2020 books will be available on July 27, with free shipping until August 10.
Rent a laptop and/or internet wifi hotspot for the semester to make sure you have access. Remember, all Fall 2020 final exams will be online.