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Fall Class Schedule

Changes are coming to the CFCC Fall class schedule!

In order to support safe learning environments on our campuses and instructional sites, Cape Fear Community College is offering fall classes in a variety of formats. Some classes scheduled for on-campus instruction will now be offered online, while others will be offered with both on-campus and virtual/online learning options. These modifications will allow us to practice social distancing in all of our instructional spaces by minimizing the number of students, faculty, and staff on CFCC campuses.

These changes will take place over the next several days and currently registered students will begin to see changes to their current Fall schedule as the changes are made. Students enrolled in face-to-face classes may see their course delivery method changed in one of the ways outlined in the Class Type Guide below, depending on which method provides the best learning opportunity for students in that particular course. Although it may temporarily appear that some of your classes have been canceled, you will be re-registered and your schedule will be restored.

You will be able to tell the delivery method for your class by looking at the letter designation in the section number when you view courses in Self-Service. Click the button below to view the Class Type Guide.

View the Class Type Guide

We expect to have schedule changes completed by August 5, 2020. Once all schedule changes have been completed, all students currently enrolled in a face-to-face class will be notified via their CFCC email account, so it’s important that you log in to your account to check your schedule. CFCC staff will be available to help with scheduling questions after August 5, 2020.

Students will have time to make schedule changes or drop classes without penalty.

We know that converting to a virtual environment is difficult for everyone, but we feel strongly that by putting these measures in place now, we can lessen the likelihood of additional changes being made once the Fall 2020 semester has begun. We are working with local county, health, and emergency management officials to actively monitor the data and current conditions and are responding with appropriate measures to protect the health and wellness of our campus community.

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