WHEELING, WV (WTRF) — West Virginia Northern Community College has announced a plan to open its doors this fall.
The plan involves traditional in-person classes, online-only instruction and a mixture of the two. However, it’s subject to change due to ongoing developments with the Covid-19 Pandemic.
College President Dan Mosser said they’re dividing their classes into three different groups.
Our Plan includes a split of classes roughly a third are online and we’ve had a long tradition of offering online classes so that’s nothing new to us. Roughly a third of our classes are a mix we call them hybrid classes where students do some of their learning online and some of it live in a classroom and the third group is on campus classes.Dan Mosser, President of WVNCC
More fall plans from education officials are expected in the coming week.