Wednesday, July 23, 2008
To better serve the community, Tri-County Community College is significantly increasing online courses this fall semester. The parking lots on the college campuses may look empty this summer, but in fact, 256 students are earning college credit without being on site. This fall, the college is increasing these offerings - with more than 70 classes planned that will be held at least partially online. "Rising gas prices are prompting our college officials and students to think differently about commuting. Looking at creating alternative schedules for students and increasing online and hybrid course offerings can help to reduce pains at the pump," announced TCCC President Donna Tipton-Rogers.
Posted by Ray at 6:16 AM