COVID-19 Update: On-site face-to-face credit classes and labs will be held as shown in the 2020 Fall Class Schedule. The first day of the Fall Semester is Monday, Aug. 24, 2020.
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Instruction & Classes

  • Has a decision been made about how Summer Term classes will be delivered?
    Yes. Southeast Community College will continue to provide the highest quality educational experience during this evolving COVID-19 situation. Please read this important information regarding 2020 Summer Term classes.

    All classes taught in the following 2020 Summer Terms will be delivered in an online/virtual format:

    • Summer Term 3-week pre-session that begins May 18
    • Summer Term 10-week session that begins May 27
    • Summer Term I (5-week session) that begins May 27
    • Summer Term 8-week session that begins May 27

    Please contact your course instructor for online/virtual course format and time requirements.

    Note: Delivery of classes taught in the Summer Term II (5-week session) that begins July 1 will be determined at a later date.

    What do I need to know about March 30 and the rest of the semester?
    ALL Southeast Community College facilities will be closed to students and the general public effective at 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, until further notice.

    1. ALL student services will be conducted virtually.
    2. Adult Education/GED/ESL students, please call 402-437-2840 with questions and to learn next steps.
    3. Classes and labs resume Monday, March 30, in an online/virtual format.
    4. Access your courses in Canvas
    5. Read announcement(s) from your instructor on how to get started.

    How do I log into my online course shell to get started?
    For more on how to log on to your online course shell and get started, go to Orientation: Canvas Student Course.

    Will offices still be open?
    All student services will be conducted virtually. There will be no face-to-face interaction.

    I don’t have access to the internet, what should I do?
    Here is a list of companies and what they are offering during this situation:

    • Spectrum: Free Wi-Fi to college, K-12 students for 60 days.
    • Comcast: Free Wi-Fi for 60 days.
    • AT&T: 60 days free.
    • Verizon: No late fees for an indefinite amount of time.
    • T-Mobile: Unlimited smartphone data and increase data to schools and students.
    • Cox: Increase speeds on low-cost broadband plans.
    • Sprint: Giving subscribers unlimited data for 60 days.
    • ALLO: Offering 60 days of free internet to NEW customers. Also waiving late fees.