Virginia’s Community Colleges staying mostly virtual for spring 2021
Virginia’s Community Colleges will continue to offer most of its classes online for the spring 2021 semester, Chancellor Glenn DuBois reported in a post to the VCC blog this week.
“Public health experts say moving into the traditional cold and flu season will do nothing to slow down the spread of COVID-19. We aspire to minimize the disruptions you face on your academic journey. In announcing this decision now, we prioritize your safety, your family’s safety, and that of your community – all while giving you as much time as possible to plan your spring semester,” DuBois wrote in the blog post.
Career and technical education classes, FastForward short-term training programs, and some science classes with lab components, will be done offered in compliance with mask-wearing, social distancing, and other public health guidance.
Visit CollegeAnywhereVA.org, or your local community college’s website, to explore course offerings.