GODFREY – Lewis and Clark Community College strives to make college accessible to anyone interested in pursuing higher education.
For busy, working adults and students who live a distance from campus, among others, online courses offer the same rigor as traditional ones while allowing for flexibility in scheduling.
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Week to week, students can do the work and complete assignments and exams on their own time, wherever they have online access.
“Online classes are a great solution for busy adults because students can work on the course at any time and from anywhere,” said L&C Director of Enrollment and Advising Delfina Dornes. “Busy students don’t have to try and juggle work, childcare and family life around going to campus to take a class. If a student has free time at 5 a.m., for example, and wants to log into the class to look at lecture notes or work on assignments, they can.”
Currently, the college has a number of courses and programs that can be completed mostly online. They include:
- Associate in Arts (transfer degree)
- Associate in Science (transfer degree)
- Accounting - www.lc.edu/program/accounting/
- Administrative Assistant - www.lc.edu/program/officetech/admin/
- Child Development - www.lc.edu/program/childdev/
- Criminal Justice - www.lc.edu/program/criminaljustice/
- Management - www.lc.edu/program/management/
- Paralegal - www.lc.edu/program/paralegal/
Because students work at their own pace, taking classes online requires self-motivation and good time management skills. However, online instructors are still accessible when students need assistance.
See if online courses are right for you. Visit www.lc.edu/Online_Courses today or call the Enrollment Center at (618) 468-2222 to start the enrollment process.
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