In-Person (Face-to-Face)

In-Person (Face-to-Face) courses are where you physically meet at a location. Students attend class on designated days and times for scheduled lectures or labs with the instructor.

Remote Learning (via Zoom)*

Remote Learning (via Zoom) courses are where you join the class through Zoom for "live" instruction. Students attend class on designated days and times for scheduled lectures or labs with the instructor via Zoom. Full details and instructions for accessing Zoom will be made available in Blackboard, your online class space.


Online courses are where you use Blackboard, your online class space, to interact with classmates and instructors. Learning activities and assignments are completed according to the instructions and schedule posted by the instructor within Blackboard. Some instructors required students to take their exams at CCAC testing sites or with an approved proctor. Please check with the instructor for this information.


Hybrid courses are where two different instruction types. You could meet in-person and online, remote and online, etc. You will follow the same guides as above. The percentage of online instruction time may vary and be 20%, 40%, 50%, 60% or 80%. See the online class schedule for information of hybrid percentages specific to each course section.



  • Students taking Internet courses must have access to a computer with an Internet connection. 
  • Students must also be computer literate and be comfortable using software, email and performing other activities on the Internet. 
  • Some courses have specific technical requirements or indicate that students must own specific software packages to take the course. 
    • Students should inquire about what is needed before registering for the course. 
    • Students can visit the Technical Requirements webpage for specifics.