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2021 Summer Class Schedule
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Registration now open for the 2021 Fall Semester. Register today! Get the classes you want when you want them.
Not a student at OJC? Apply to OJC today so you can register for spring semester classes. Here's how:
Note: Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak, OJC enrollment for summer & fall semester will be done remotely. All returning students and new students are being communicated with via email about the process of enrolling via Navigate, an online platform that students can utilize remotely, thus allowing them to get enrolled without coming back to campus.
Your On-Campus Experience
We’re looking forward to having you on campus. We’re working hard to enhance health and safety so that all students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus can get the most out of their OJC experience. Course delivery methods will vary relative to the Covid level in Otero County.
Here are the ways OJC will deliver courses in the spring to ensure a safe learning:environment:
The class content is delivered in person on campus.
A portion of the class content is delivered via videoconferencing tools such as WebEx, Zoom, or other digital options. In addition, there will be predetermined dates that students will be required to meet on campus in small groups.
The majority of class content is delivered online in real time via videoconferencing tools such as WebEx, Zoom, or other digital options.
Live-Streaming and Captured Live-Streaming
The class content is delivered on campus and is recorded for real-time viewing or accessed for later viewing.
This is a special accommodation that is only available to students who has requested this access prior to the start of the class or develop a condition or situation that no longer allows them to attend class in person.
Students who wish to take full online courses will take those courses through CCCOnline. The student will continue to be considered at OJC student, but no classes are held on campus and instructors are not members of the OJC faculty
*Should the College receive an executive order to once again be safer at home, all classes will transition to a hybrid-remote format.