Collin College offers a variety of course delivery options for students, varying from in-person classroom courses to fully online courses. Stay informed about your course requirements by reviewing the course/section notes upon registration, reading the course syllabus, checking your Canvas announcements, contacting your professor, and monitoring other forms of communication from the college.
Course Options with On-Campus Requirements:
Lecture/Lab In-person Classroom Course: Regularly scheduled face-to-face meetings at a specific campus location; some use of technology to support learning. Consult with your professor about testing requirements.
Hybrid Classroom Course: Regularly scheduled face-to-face meetings at a specific campus location mixed with online instruction. Campus meeting times will be specified at the time of registration.
Blended Online Course: Majority of the instruction is online, with some required activities scheduled at a campus location. Instructor posts meeting times in the course syllabus and in Canvas. Review course/section notes upon registration and consult with your professor for more information.
Course Options with No On-Campus Requirements:
Live (Synchronous) Online Course: Course is fully online with no geographic limitations or classes at a physical location; instruction is conducted live online with students and the instructor meeting virtually at regularly scheduled times.
Fully Online Courses: Course is fully online with no geographic limitations or classes at a physical location. Interaction with the instructor occurs mostly asynchronously with the possibility of synchronous activity in some courses.
Testing requirements including proctoring with student authentication, a desktop or laptop computer (not a mobile device), webcam, and microphone may be required in hybrid classroom, blended online, live (synchronous) online, and fully online courses. More information about online proctored exams is available here.
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Please note: Dual credit students will need to check with their high school for course schedule type.