The majority of summer classes at Redlands Community College were already scheduled to be online, but the college has made the decision to move the few on-site summer classes to online course delivery.
“This has been a very difficult situation, but we want to relieve as much stress as we can for our students and faculty by announcing our plan for summer instruction and ease the restrictions for online enrollment,” said Redlands President Jack Bryant. “Students have had to make so many adjustments this semester, and we want to make it easier for them to stay on the path to achieving their education and career goals.”
In addition to continuing virtual classes, Redlands will also be lifting restrictions on online enrollment. Current students are able to log into the my.Redlandscc.edu portal and select Add/Drop Courses under the Enrollment tab. Both the Summer and Fall schedules are online at www.redlandscc.edu.
A few restrictions are still in place for online enrollment. Students who have less than 12 credit hours, are enrolled concurrently or participating in the Scholars for Excellence in Child Care must still contact Admissions and Advising to enroll.
Students who are on academic probation, academic suspension or have a hold on their account will not be able to enroll online. The Admissions and Advising office has limited staffing but can be reached Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. by phone at 405.422.1417 or email at Admissions@redlandscc.edu.
“I am so proud of our students, faculty and staff. These are new challenges for all of us, but they have demonstrated great adaptability and patience as we navigate this changing environment,” Bryant said.
For office contact information or to learn more about the precautions Redlands is taking, please visit www.redlandscc.edu.