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FCC summer/fall classes will be delivered primarily online to maintain public safety. Face to face instruction and student interactions will only be conducted when it is necessary, required, and feasible to do so in a safe environment.
The summer and fall course schedules accurately reflect the scheduled lineup of classes. Students should remain aware of the possibility that course availability and delivery method may be impacted by the global pandemic. Summer and fall class schedules will be updated as more information becomes available.
FCC summer and fall 2020 classes will be offered using the following learning formats:
Online Courses (ONL) are offered entirely online and do not meet at a specific time. Students enrolled in an online course will meet all expected deadlines and expectations outlined by the professor and can complete work on their own time.
Structured Remote Courses (SR), while still entirely online, have specific class times associated with them. Professors may use some of that time to have real-time virtual sessions. These sessions may include virtual classes, group discussions, office hours, or other class activities planned at scheduled times. The frequency of those sessions will vary from course to course. If you have signed up for a structured remote course, make sure you check the syllabus for the schedule of sessions. We understand that students may have difficulty making some of these virtual sessions. Therefore, all sessions will be recorded and made available to students unable to attend. Students will be able to watch these videos at a later time with no penalty.
Hybrid Remote Courses (HYR) will be offered primarily online, but with required periodic on-campus or Monroe Center meetings during scheduled class times. Students enrolled in a Hybrid Remote class will be expected to come to campus or the Monroe Center for periodic class sessions that your instructor will tell you about at the start of class, or may also meet as a real-time virtual session during the scheduled class time. Virtual sessions will be recorded and made available to students unable to attend. Students will be able to watch these videos at a later time with no penalty.
There will be limited physical access to buildings, classrooms, labs, and College offices. Specific protocols will be in place to ensure the safety of students, employees, and community members. Guidelines and instructions for physical access are available here for students and community members. Comprehensive student resources remain available remotely to deliver College services to students.
Frederick Community College offers a variety of credit and Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWD) courses ranging from one-day instruction to traditional 15-week semesters. Classes are held at our main campus, the Monroe Center, and Frederick County public high schools. Additionally, instruction is offered online and at community locations throughout Frederick County.
Credit Course Schedule
Continuing Education & Workforce Development Schedule