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To explore course offerings at Tompkins Cortland Community College, search available sections to begin planning your semester schedule. 

Fall 2021 Late Start Classes

Over sixty classes are offered during our 12-week delayed start and 10-week late start sessions.  Course offerings focus on general education requirements and are transferable to degree programs at most institutions. Classes are taught in-person, online, or a hybrid of both in-person and online. Twelve-week late start classes begin September 21, and 10-week classes begin October 5. Check the course schedule for the full list of late start classes along with complete information on dates, times, modes of instruction and pre-requisites.

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Course Type Options

To best fit your schedule and provide a safe, flexible, dynamic learning environment, the College has developed the following course types. You will also find them in the myINFO course search section for each course listed under “Registration Info.” 
Current or incoming students who are building their schedule should also use the planning tools available in myINFO and should consult with an academic advisor during the planning process.

Important Definitions:

Non-matriculated - A student not enrolling in a degree program.
Matriculated - A student enrolling in a degree program.

Asynchronous Instruction: Direct Instruction Occurs online and not at a specified meeting time
Synchronous Instruction: Direct Instruction takes place at a specified meeting time.

Tompkins Cortland Course Types:

Course Type 1 | On-Campus Meetings
Course Type 2 | On-Campus and Live Online Meetings Blend
Course Type 3 | On-Campus and Online Asynchronous Blend
Course Type 4 | Live Online Meetings
Course Type 5 | Live Online and Online Asynchronous Blend
Course Type 6 | Online Asynchronous 
Course Type 7 | Online Flex

Course Type 1 | On-Campus Meetings

Class instruction is 100% on campus classes/labs.

Class instruction takes place on campus synchronously (at a specific meeting time). Meetings are at a regularly scheduled time (usually once, twice, or three times a week) on campus.

Example: 3 credits, meets Monday and Wednesday from 9-10:15 a.m. in a specific room.

Course Type 2 | On-Campus and Live Online Meetings Blend

Class instruction is a blend of on-campus classes/labs and live online class meetings/labs. In person may be optional for some courses.

Class instruction takes place on-campus AND online synchronously (at a specific meeting time). Meetings are at a regularly scheduled time (usually once, twice, or three times a week), and they will alternate between taking place on-campus and online via a web platform (like Microsoft Teams). 

Example: 3 credits, meets Monday 9-10:15 a.m. in a specific room on campus | meets Wednesday online 9-10:15 a.m.

Course Type 3 | On-Campus and Online Asynchronous Blend

Class instruction is a blend of on-campus classes/labs and online asynchronous (instruction not occurring at a specified meeting time). In person may be optional for some courses.

Meetings are at a regularly scheduled time (usually once, twice, or three times a week) on campus. Additional class instruction and activities occur via Blackboard, which is the College’s Online  Learning Management System.

Example: 3 credits, meets Monday 9-10:15 a.m. in a specific room on campus | additional instruction and assignments occur through Blackboard.

Course Type 4 | Live Online Meetings

Class instruction is 100% live online classes/labs.  

Meetings are at a regularly scheduled time (usually once, twice, or three times a week) via a web platform (like Microsoft Teams). 

Example: 3 credits, meets online Monday and Wednesday 9-10:15 a.m.

Course Type 5 | Live Online and Online Asynchronous Blend

Class instruction is a blend of live online class/labs and online asynchronous (instruction not occurring at a specified meeting time).

Meetings are at a regularly scheduled time (usually once, twice, or three times a week) via a web platform (like Microsoft Teams). Additional class instruction and activities occur via Blackboard, which is the College’s Online Learning Management System. 

Example: 3 credits, meets online Monday 9-10:15 a.m. Additional instruction and assignments occur through Blackboard.

Course Type 6 | Online Asynchronous

Class instruction is 100% online asynchronous (instruction not occurring at a specified meeting time).    

Class instruction and activities occur via Blackboard, which is the College’s Online  Learning Management System. Instructors post lessons, assignments, videos and other course material online.  Students are expected to actively participate in the online environment and meet deadlines, but there are no specific class sessions. These courses use Blackboard heavily/exclusively, and students are expected to participate in the online environment heavily. 

Course Type 7 | Online Flex

Students have the option of attending class sessions live online or watching recordings of the live online sessions later.

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