Blue Ridge Community College: Fall 2020 semester to be ‘predominantly online’

Blue Ridge Community CollegeBlue Ridge Community College has announced that its fall semester will be predominantly online.

Some online courses will be held at designated times, whereas others will be offered so that students may complete them at their own pace. There will be limited exceptions made for in-person courses. Courses that require some in-person instruction will be held with appropriate social distancing and other protocols for health and safety. Students may consult the schedule of classes to see how specific courses are being offered for the fall.

For fall registration information and the class search link, see

Most on-campus facilities will have limited physical access dependent on state and local regulations. Student support services will continue to be provided primarily online. Beginning later this summer or in the early fall, the college plans to allow for some on-campus computer lab use by students with no, or limited, internet access. Similarly, the BRCC Online Outpost in Waynesboro will be open later this summer, with limitations.


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