Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the difference between classes offered on the main campus and those offered off-campus?
A: The only difference is the location. Off-campus courses follow the same guidelines as those offered on our main campus. They are taught by the same departmental faculty and carry the same number of credits as they would on the main campus. Faculty office hours are available before or after class, depending on the site and time of day.

Q: How do I register for off-campus courses?
A: The same way that you would for any other course. If you are a matriculated student you should contact the advisement office for your program. If you are a non-matriculated student you can register by-advisement, in-person, phone or online.

Q: Will credits taken at an off-campus site appear on my transcript?
A: Yes. Classes taken off-campus will appear on your transcript in the same way that any class taken on our main campus would.

Q: Are the off-campus sites safe?
A: Yes, building staff or public safety officers are on-duty at off-campus sites.

Q: Is parking readily available at all of these sites?
A: Yes, parking is readily available in parking lots at all off-campus sites.

Q: Do off-campus classes follow the same calendar as classes held on the main campus?
A: All off-campus courses follow the same academic calendar as the main campus however, many community sites may be closed on additional days. On these days, classes may be held on the main campus or the instructor may make other arrangements in order to make up class time on site.

Q: Is there a difference in the cost between off-campus courses and those held on the main campus?
A: No. The tuition rate and fees are the same whether the class is taken off-campus or on the main campus. [Loading Tuition and Fees link…]

Q: Is it possible to complete my entire associate degree at an off-campus site?
A: Not at this time, however, students matriculated in the Individual Studies programs can meet many of their degree requirements off-campus.

Q: Is an academic advisor available at the off-campus sites?
A: Not at this time. However, it may become available in the future.

Get in Touch

Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 231

Office Hours

Fall/Spring terms when classes are in session:
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Summer term:
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.