Sauk Valley Community College will resume classes in various formats for the Fall 2020 semester. Classes will be offered in formats ranging from livestreaming instruction, online, and face to face. These formats were developed to ensure that all students feel comfortable and safe within their preferred learning environments. Additionally, tutoring, technical support, and student services will once again be available to all Skyhawks, free of charge.
SVCC will be adding innovative livestreaming instruction, that will be held in a virtual classroom, where students can interact with their professors and classmates in real time. These interactive virtual lectures will take place during their normally scheduled time, but from the comfort of one’s home.
Times are uncertain, but one thing remains the same - SVCC’s commitment to our students and community. Students are SVCC's main priority and have been for 55 years. SVCC will continue to look out for the wellbeing of our students and be the ‘safe’ choice this fall with the addition of live streaming instruction facilitated by nationally renowned faculty.
“In light of COVID-19 and ensuring safety for all, Sauk has created several teaching and learning opportunities, as well as access to Student Services, to fit their preference,” said Dr. Jon Mandrell, Vice President of Academics and Student Service. “This will allow Sauk to fulfill its mission of being dedicated to lifelong learning, public service, and economic development.”
Explore an online course at svcc.edu/test-drive. Registration is now open, please visit svcc.edu/registration for more information. Additionally, inquire about new financial aid opportunities by calling 815-835-6339. Stay home, stay safe, stay Sauk.