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Blended/Online Learning

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Can’t commute to campus each day? Try a TCNJ blended or online course this summer. We offer blended and fully online courses in a wide range of disciplines.

Blended learning courses offer a mix of online and in-class learning, with fewer trips to campus. Blended learning courses give students the opportunity to get face-to-face time with their professors and fellow classmates, but also allow them more flexibility to take the course at their own pace. Dates vary; see PAWS for individual course dates.

Fully Online courses rely on asynchronous learning activities. As such, you will need to have daily access to the Internet, This format provides you with the opportunity to live and work at home while completing the course. As there is no face-to-face class time you must assume more responsibility for managing your learning time. You must follow the course outline carefully and complete the learning activities as scheduled. Your active participation is expected to help provide you with a rich learning experience.

Please check our courses page for course listings. Course marked with an instruction mode of “BL” are designated as Blended Learning courses. Courses marked with an instruction mode of “OL” and fully online courses. Please check back through the spring semester as more courses will be confirmed and added. Courses subject to change.

 

 

 

Out-of-State Student Complaint Procedure:
Students taking online classes at The College of New Jersey, and who have a complaint, may file a complaint through the College’s complaint and appeals policies at http://policies.tcnj.edu/index.php.

If an issue cannot be resolved through the complaint/appeals processes, a student may file a complaint directly with his or her own State of residency (http://www.sheeo.org/sites/default/files/Complaint%20Process%20Links%2012-2012.pdf) in compliance with federal Department of Education regulations.
Complaints may also be reported to any accrediting agency which offers accreditation to TCNJ, including:
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2680
(215) 662-5600
New Jersey Higher Education Commission
P.O. Box 542
Trenton, NJ 08625-0542
(609) 292-4310