Traditional 16-Week Classes
These courses meet for the entire 16 weeks of the semester at a designated time and place. They are delivered in a face-to-face or hybrid setting utilizing lecture, discussion, and/or active learning activities.
NCBO (Non-Course Competency Based Option)
These classes are often individualized and offered in the modular or emporium style format and delivered through computer programs that guide students through their weaker areas with aid from an instructor.
PASS (Prep for Academic Student Success)
This is a week-long NCBO designed to help students improve their TSI scores and advance through developmental courses in a timelier manner.
Co-Enrollments (Course Pairings)
Students may co-enroll in two courses. Students co-enroll in a 16 week foundational course and a 16 week college credit course. Please see an advisor to determine which option is best for you.
Open Entry/Defined Exit
Students enrolled in this course will have instruction tailored to their specific needs. The instruction is delivered through a computer program targeted toward mastery of skills and content based on performance on a diagnostic exam. An instructor will be available to assist students as needed. This course is self-paced and students may enroll in the course on odd weeks of the semester through the 9th week. When students have demonstrated mastery of the skills and have passed a final exam, they may exit from the course. Please note: For financial aid purposes, it is best to sign up for any open entry classes and next level courses (that may require the open entry class as a pre-requisite) you may want at the beginning of each semester.