Many things have become synonymous with change and adaptation this year—including plans for continuing education and training. But just because returning to school might look different right now, it doesn’t mean your goals have to be put on hold.
McHenry County College (MCC) is bringing back their five modes of learning for Spring 2021. Students can select classes that match their personal learning preferences—from in-person offerings to online delivery, or a hybrid blend of both. The College has instituted extensive health and safety measures to protect those who choose to come on campus, including daily thermal scans and health screenings upon entrance, requiring the use of face masks at all times, and increasing the frequency of deep cleaning.
“The safety of our students, faculty, guests, and staff continues to be our top priority,” said Dr. Chris Gray, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Workforce Development at McHenry County College (MCC). “We’re paying attention to local guidelines and making adjustments as we try to meet everyone’s needs in this unique time.”
The College offers more than 90 career and technical programs and over 30 associate degrees that make it convenient and affordable to take the next step in your education.
“The flexible options we’re offering for Spring are great for our existing students, but also for students who are not yet comfortable returning to a four-year university,” said Gray.
Students can also meet virtually or in person with MCC’s team of experts that can help them create a personalized schedule, explore financing options, and learn about transferring college credits.
Spring classes start January 19, and registration is now open.
To learn more about registering for MCC’s Spring 2021 semester, visit www.mchenry.edu/advising.