• In an effort to prioritize safety and respond to recent surveys of students, faculty, and staff, the College has decided to continue offering most Spring classes through remote learning or online. However, we know that some of our students face challenges with remote learning, and some faculty prefer to teach on campus. In response, the College will increase the percentage of course options for which students can register on-campus from approximately 15 percent of fall 2020 courses to approximately 30 percent of Spring 2021 courses. Students should review the ‘notes’ on the schedule when selecting courses for the Spring
  • All faculty who will be teaching on campus have already indicated their willingness to return to face-to-face instruction, and the College established the necessary social distancing protocols pursuant to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. As such, 70 classrooms will have the capability to allow a class to be broadcast in two different classrooms.  To support students' needs, some departments may ask employees to return to work on campus on an as-needed basis. Employees who will be asked to return to work on campus will be notified by their supervisors.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: We encourage you to continue to take personal precautions and follow guidelines provided by the CDC and the Florida Health Department, which are detailed on Broward.edu/Coronavirus.