Camden County College: Spring 2021 semester mix of online and in-person classes

Spring 2021 semester mix of online and in-person classes

(Blackwood, NJ) – Camden County College President Donald A. Borden announced that spring 2021 for-credit lecture, workforce development, and noncredit courses will continue to be offered online, with many nursing, health sciences, lab, and studio courses offered through a hybrid mix of in-person and remote courses.

“Camden County College continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on College operations,” Borden said. “Our foremost commitment remains to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community members as we gradually reintegrate onto our campuses and instructional sites.”

For the spring 2021 semester, lecture sections will be offered in a combination of synchronous course delivery (instructors and students meet at the same time online) and asynchronous course delivery (materials and assignments are prepared in advance and available online over the course of the semester), allowing students to achieve their educational goals in a learning format that best fits their schedule.

Spring semester courses containing both lecture and lab instructional components will be offered in a hybrid course format, allowing for limited in-person instruction in keeping with the Governor’s restart plan and CDC standards.

“Because the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be fluid, campus restart conditions will evolve and may change,” Borden said. “The College is prepared to reassess and readjust our approach to spring instruction should circumstances dictate and as we receive updated direction from the Governor.”

Registration for spring 2021 courses begins on November 2.

Camden County College, located in Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill, is one of the largest community colleges in New Jersey and ranks among the top nationwide in terms of associate degree graduates and workforce training. For more information visit          


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