Still Time to Register for the Fall Semester
Posted on August 12, 2020
By Holly Walker
With health and safety in mind, Tyler’ fall class schedule gives students options. The college understands that during these unprecedented times, students have unique needs and considerations. So, the schedule includes classes that are taught completely online; classes that are taught partially online and partially in person; and a limited number of classes taught on campus. Some classes have specific meeting times, while others are set up to allow students to complete their coursework at times that are convenient for them.
The full list of fall classes, along with an explanation of class types may be found on the college’s schedule page.
There is still time for students to sign up for these classes. All of Tyler’s student services offices that assist with registration, including Admissions and Records, the Advising Center, Cashier’s Office, Financial Aid, Military and Veterans Education, Disabilities Support Service, Bookstore, and Student Activities, are offering all services remotely, so students can access assistance without ever leaving home. Some on-campus assistance is being provided by most of these offices to help students who are unable to access services remotely.
Those who need to come to campus for assistance must follow the health and safety protocols put in place by the college, including but not limited to wearing a face covering over the nose and mouth; practicing social distancing (a minimum of 6 feet between people); and heeding posted signs on campus. A full list of the college’s safety protocols may be found online. Information about student service office hours and how to connect to these services remotely or on campus may also be found online.
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Holly Walker, Public Relations Manager