The Center for Online Learning offers over 300 courses each semester in subject areas that include art & design, computer information systems, biology, allied health, and a wide variety of courses in the humanities and social sciences.
Most CCV students take at least one online course while earning their degree and there are many students who opt to complete their degree entirely online. CCV prides itself on small class sizes to ensure an intimate and integrated experience working with faculty who are real-world practitioners.
At CCV, when you take an online class, you can log on and learn from the comfort of your own home, your friend’s home, your local library, an internet cafe… basically anywhere you have access to the internet.
Learning online doesn’t mean you’re in for a lonely semester. In many classes, you will also have the opportunity to connect with classmates by working on small group projects. You can expect to be online at least three times per week, discussing the topics you are studying with your teachers and fellow students.
CCV’s hybrid courses give you the best of both worlds: face-to-face interaction in the classroom plus the convenience and flexibility of studying online.
Check out the Center for Online Learning resources to learn about getting started with your online classes. Use our course schedule to find out which online courses we offer and contact any of the academic centers or the Center for Online Learning with questions.
In High School?
Get a head start on college – take a free online college course using your dual enrollment voucher. Visit our dual enrollment page for more information or contact Mary Kay Dreher to get started today.