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The purpose of the Online Learning Policy is to ensure that Hudson County Community College (“College”) students are at the center of the educational experience and able to successfully pursue their studies online, achieve their educational goals, and engage in life-long learning.
The College and its Board of Trustees (“Board”) are committed to expanding the scope of learning opportunities and modalities to address and support the diverse needs of students. The Center for Online Learning (“COL”) enables students to achieve educational goals and engage in life-long learning by working with Academic Divisions to provide a wide variety of high-quality, technology-rich online and hybrid courses. The COL supports faculty in designing, developing, and delivering an interactive and accessible curriculum by providing professional development and hands-on assistance. The COL is committed to increasing the number of online degree programs, improving the quality of online courses, educating faculty on best practices around online teaching and learning, and expanding virtual student support services. The Board delegates to the President the responsibility to develop procedures and guidelines for the implementation of this policy. The COL is responsible for implementing the procedures and guidelines developed for this policy.
Approved: April 2022
Approved by: Board of Trustees
Category: Online Learning
Subcategory: Center for Online Learning
Scheduled for Review: April 2025
Responsible Department: Center for Online Learning