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Community college district to significantly increase in-person learning for fall term

District plans to remain largely online for summer term

Campuses of the Contra Costa Community College District (4CD) have announced that they will be expanding in-person learning opportunities for the fall 2021 term, while sticking with predominantly online courses and services through its summer 2021 term.

Course offerings for the fall will include "significant increases" in-person classes, as well as hybrid and fully online classes. Health and safety protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will be in place for the in-person classes. Registration for the fall 2021 semester begins April 26.

“Our faculty, classified professionals, and managers, are excited to welcome back our students and offer the quality college experience they have been missing during this pandemic," Chancellor Bryan Reece said in a statement. “Following county public health and safety guidelines, we will be ready to increase the safe delivery of face-to-face quality instruction and support services that many of our students need to be successful.”

District representatives say a limited number of students and staff will be allowed on campuses for summer courses to attend hard-to-convert courses, labs, student services and special programs. Enhanced health and safety protocols will be enacted to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Registration for summer courses began on April 5 and is available to students based on their priority status. Students can view their status, as well as what classes may be offered, on their InSite account or the college website of their choice for specific details

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Community college district to significantly increase in-person learning for fall term

District plans to remain largely online for summer term

by / Danville San Ramon

Uploaded: Wed, Apr 7, 2021, 3:56 pm

Campuses of the Contra Costa Community College District (4CD) have announced that they will be expanding in-person learning opportunities for the fall 2021 term, while sticking with predominantly online courses and services through its summer 2021 term.

Course offerings for the fall will include "significant increases" in-person classes, as well as hybrid and fully online classes. Health and safety protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will be in place for the in-person classes. Registration for the fall 2021 semester begins April 26.

“Our faculty, classified professionals, and managers, are excited to welcome back our students and offer the quality college experience they have been missing during this pandemic," Chancellor Bryan Reece said in a statement. “Following county public health and safety guidelines, we will be ready to increase the safe delivery of face-to-face quality instruction and support services that many of our students need to be successful.”

District representatives say a limited number of students and staff will be allowed on campuses for summer courses to attend hard-to-convert courses, labs, student services and special programs. Enhanced health and safety protocols will be enacted to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Registration for summer courses began on April 5 and is available to students based on their priority status. Students can view their status, as well as what classes may be offered, on their InSite account or the college website of their choice for specific details

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