VERSAILLES, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky community college students will be offered a variety of formats for classes in the fall, officials have decided.
Beginning on Aug. 17, classes will be offered online, face-to-face and some will be a mixture of both, the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, or KCTCS, said in a statement. Face-to-face classes will include an online or remote element that will make it easier to move fully online if circumstances call for it.
The 16 colleges and technical schools also will offer scheduling options for classes that include 8-week, 12-week and 16-week sessions, the statement said.
addition, each college is working on plans to meet guidelines on social
distancing and health requirements due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Summer classes will begin online and may offer classes on campus in July, depending on Gov. Andy Beshear’s guidelines.
Source: Mountain Top