Spokane Falls and Spokane community colleges plan to resume normal operations by this fall and to largely rely on online classes this summer.
Spokane Falls Community College has largely offered online summer classes and will continue to do so this year, according to a news release.
In the fall, SFCC will continue to offer online classes while also offering classes in-person and that combine online and in-person elements. Although there will be more online and hybrid offerings than the previous fall, programs that require in-person education or are most effective in-person will be offered on the SFCC campus, the news release said.
At Spokane Community College, a large number of in-person programs and courses will return this summer and continue this fall, the news release said. Each quarter will also include a number of online and hybrid courses.
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