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You also apply to college the same way. Once you select your program, apply at either SCC or SFCC.
There are various ways to take classes other than in-person. These are referred to as modalities or modes of instruction. Some common definitions are below.
Online: A course that uses web-based tools and where 100 percent of the instruction and interaction between instructor and student is done online. (Proctored exams still allow for this classification.)
Hybrid: A course that replaces some, but not all face-to-face time with web-based tools.
While not self-paced, most classes allow you to work on your own schedule throughout the week. Some classes require that you login at certain times, so be sure to check the class description and notes before registering.
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Once your Student Success Coach has contacted you, you’ll be placed in the online student community where you:
If you need help, contact Christiana at 509-222-8779 or Christiana.Hennings@ccs.spokane.edu
Online classes are offered during the same quarterly sessions, cost the same tuition and fees, and carry the same credits and accreditation as on campus classes. This means they carry the same academic rigor, expectations, and transcript impact as any other credit bearing college class. However, some special considerations should be made:
Specific technology skills may vary by program and course. Training for online learning tools such as Canvas will be provided, but you are expected to have basic computer skills. Before taking an online class, it is recommended that you are able to:
If you think you need help with these skills, contact Christiana.Hennings@ccs.spokane.edu
Find all required software and hardware needed on our Get Help with Technology page.
Students from all states are welcome to apply! Spokane Community College (SCC) and Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) are members of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). This allows us to offer distance education to students in member states without seeking individual approval.
If you will be taking online classes from outside the state of Washington, please visit our Out of State Students page before applying.
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Student Canvas Training
24/7 Canvas Phone Support844-394-9022
Get in touch:509-222-8779orChristiana.Hennings@ccs.spokane.edu