STLCC Makes Changes to Face-to-Face, Hybrid Classes for Spring 2021
For the health and safety of students, faculty and staff as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, St. Louis Community College is making adjustments that will impact face-to-face and hybrid courses in the first four weeks of the spring 2021 semester.
Changes for Face-to-Face, Hybrid Courses
- Classes will meet in-person during the first scheduled session. This will allow students to meet the instructor, learn class expectations, ask questions and understand available resources, etc. Students should check their schedule to confirm the first day of class.
- After the first scheduled in-person session, most courses will shift to live virtual lecture (LVL) for at least four weeks, through mid-February.
- During the first in-person session, faculty will discuss the requirements for joining class for live virtual lecture, share information about learning remotely and student support resources.
- Live virtual lecture format means the class meets online at a specific date and time using a streaming service for lectures and learning activities with real-time engagement.
- By Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 15, the College will decide whether to continue with the adjusted format.
No Changes for Online, Live Virtual Lecture
Classes that are fully online or live virtual lecture will not have changes. Students should log in to their courses as scheduled. Students who have questions about spring 2021 classes are asked to contact an academic advisor.