North Island College is preparing for in-person classes to continue this September.
NIC has been working on ensuring students continue to have safe, accessible and clear options for learning this September, which will now include more in-person learning on campus as recommended by the Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry.
“Faculty, staff and our senior education team have been planning the fall timetable to ensure NIC meets the varied needs of students by delivering programs on campus, digitally and a blend of both on campus and digital learning,” said NIC’s interim president, Colin Fowler. “While many programs will be returning to campus this September, some students prefer the flexibility and accessibility of online classes, so some programs will continue in a digital format.”
Fowler said NIC applications for fall 2021 are now open and the college will release more details on specific program delivery in the coming weeks. NIC’s timetable, including which classes will be offered in-person, digitally and in a blended format, will be released on May 18 at www.nic.bc.ca.
— NEWS Staff, submitted