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Understanding Meeting Patterns for Online Classes:
Courses for the Spring semester are listed on WebAdvisor and marked to identify how the class will be delivered. “IN” indicates online courses with no meeting pattern, and “MP" signifies online with a meeting pattern. Courses with "BL" are classified as those that require labs or practicum. Instructors will notify students of their lab schedule.
|IN:||Online courses with no designated meeting time | (Example: Eng 101 IND1)
Students learn independently through readings, videos, exams, written work, and online exercises. Although there are no meeting times, and students can access lectures and lessons at their convenience, these classes are not entirely self-paced—students will be required to complete assignments and sit for exams according to given deadlines. Faculty may choose to offer optional supplemental opportunities to support the classroom activities.
|MP:||Online with a designated meeting pattern | (Example: Chem 110 MPF1)
Although entirely online, students attend these classes as they would a traditional course. Connected by webcam and microphone, students and their professors will engage in lectures and class discussions. As with other online classes, coursework will not be self-paced, and deadlines for assignments and exams will apply.
|BL:|| Blended courses that require labs or practicum | (Example: Nurs 100 BLF1)
Lab-based and practicum courses will be carried out in a blended format in which students attend online lectures and on-campus labs. Labs will be conducted with strict safety measures, including fewer than ten students per lab, physical distancing, personal protective equipment, and enhanced cleaning and sanitation. Instructors will notify students of their lab schedule.
Steps For Returning Students
Steps For Continuing Students
* Students testing in developmental courses, on academic probation or in special populations will not be able to add or drop courses on WebAdvisor. Meeting with an advisor will be required to enroll.
Need a laptop this semester?
Students in need of technology can borrow a laptop from the College for the summer semester. Please fill out an online request form. If you require specific software, additional options are available upon request. The form will be routed to the Bursar to ensure that you meet the qualifications and you are in good financial standing at the College.
Request for Call or Virtual Meeting:
We are available by phone, email, or virtual appointment only. Those who want to meet with an advisor or speak with someone in enrollment services, financial aid, or the business office are welcome to schedule an appointment here.
Get Technology Support!
Our Technology Support Center provides PSC students with a single point of contact for PSC computer-related problems or PSC equipment or software questions. The Technology Support Center is also your point of contact for all password or login issues. If you need assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building Access Guidelines:
Prairie State College looks forward to the day when we can open our campus to the community without the limitations and restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Until then, the College has established Building Access Guidelines to provide a framework for employees, students, community members, and guests to enter PSC campuses and facilities safely.
PSC Foundation Scholarships
The PSC Foundation awards need-based scholarships to students to bridge the gap between what students receive from financial aid and what they can afford. Learn more or apply for a scholarship online now.
2021 Summer Semester
First Five-Week: May 24 - June 24
Eight-Week: June 7 - July 29
Second Five-Week: June 28 - July 29
The PSC Rebound Program presents an opportunity for qualifying students to return to the college, waive their outstanding balance, and complete their degree or certificate program. Please complete this application if you are interested in being considered for the program.