Anoka Technical College plans to offer some programs completely online while maintaining the active learning experiences required in technical courses. Other programs will feature online lectures with on-campus, socially-distanced instruction in lab spaces. Classes and course components that require in-person instruction can meet on campus, following the college's Back to Campus Preparedness Plan.
Below, you will find detailed information about the current course delivery options available at Anoka Tech.
When browsing course options online or registering for courses in eServices, students should carefully review the information listed under the “Delivery Method” column.
It is also recommended that students click on a course to review the detailed “Notes” section, which often contains important information about course delivery. Once classes begin, carefully review each course’s syllabus for further information about course delivery and expectations.
IN PERSON – These classes meet at scheduled times and locations, but there may be extra requirements to make sure everyone is safe
COMPLETELY ONLINE – 100% of instruction is online: No in-person meetings; No in-person or proctored exams at a designated time; No meetings at a designated time. Course has “n/a” listed for both days and times.
BLENDED/HYBRID – Blended courses combine elements of face-to-face and online learning to fit course needs. Course meets on-campus at the scheduled days and times.
HYFLEX – There are two kinds of Hyflex courses: Synchronous or Asynchronous. Review the course notes to verify if the course is Synchronous or Asynchronous.
- Hyflex Synchronous: These classes are 100% online: No in-person meetings; No in-person proctored exams; Students are required to log into Zoom for live online lectures at the course’s scheduled time. Course has specific days and times listed on the course schedule.
- Hyflex Asynchronous: These classes are 100% of instruction is online: No in-person meetings; No in-person or proctored exams at a designated time; No meetings at a designated time. Course has “n/a” listed for both days and times.
MOSTLY ONLINE – Mostly online courses are delivered as more than 75% online, with minimal on-campus times or proctored exams.
Before the first day of classes, students should review and print their course schedule located in their e-Services account. In e-Services click Courses & Registration – View/Modify Schedule – Printable Schedule. Be sure to carefully read the “Notes” section for each of your courses.
Review the course syllabus for more details. Course materials, including the syllabus, are available in D2L the day the course is scheduled to begin.