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Students who have already registered for summer semester courses were notified of the online or alternate class format changes, the release says. There is the potential of classes returning to a face-to-face format during the term if conditions allow.
“While we cannot wait to welcome our students back to campus, we are offering all classes in online and remote formats out of an abundance of caution,” Blondin said.
Even though all campus locations are closed, Clark State continues to enroll and register students for summer semester online via the Clark State website and MyClarkState student portal.
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“Students can enroll completely online, including orientation and advising,” said Dr. Theresa Felder, senior vice president of student success. “All student services staff are available remotely to help students register for our high-quality online courses and to support their success in the courses.”
Felder said the college is prepared to maintain a distance learning environment and opportunity for all students, including those in health programs where clinical experiences are required.
“I know students have a lot to think about right now, and we want them to know we are thinking of their safety,” she said.
Clark State has been using distance learning formats since March 16 when Gov. Mike DeWine ordered social distancing efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.