Spring 2021 Classes
Whether you are ready to return to the classroom this Spring or prefer to take classes remotely, CCAC has options to suit your educational and career goals. And, students who spend their first two years at CCAC can save $24,000 over public and $63,000 over private colleges and universities!
Classes will be offered in a variety of formats:
Online courses: Entirely online “asynchronous” classes—Students participate independently with assignments scheduled (usually every week). The student decides when to log on and do the coursework based on the course deadlines. Classes will be offered in a variety of formats. For more information, see our virtual course offering descriptions and requirements.
Remote Learning via Zoom: Students participate in scheduled “live” online sessions with classes meeting at designated times, just like an in-person course, but via streaming.
Hybrid: A hybrid course is partially online. It also has regularly scheduled class meetings either via Zoom or by Lecture on campus. Class times and delivery method (Zoom or face-to-face Lecture) are noted in the course's description.
In-person (Face-to-Face): Students attend class on campus at designated times for scheduled lectures or labs with the instructor. On the schedule, these courses don’t say “in-person”—they simply list the campus and meeting times under “Location.”
We are eager to welcome all of you back on campus. For your safety and that of others, everyone is required to wear a face mask and follow appropriate safety measures. Please continue to use our virtual student services whenever possible, such as Advising Chat sessions, Virtual Financial Aid, virtual tutoring appointments and virtual office hours. Use the MyCCAC COVID-19 student resource page to access all of our services and for the weekly schedule of events.
The Spring 2021 tuition payment deadline is January 13, 2021. Tuition payment plans are available. For more information, see Payment Options.
Emergency financial aid is available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. To see if you are eligible, follow the steps at Financial Aid.