Majority of Spring 2021 classes will be taught virtually

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*Note: The following information was sent from the Kellogg Community College Advising office to all Fall 2020 students this morning. Students are encouraged to continue checking their KCC email addresses regularly for updates.

Dear Students,

KCC has decided to begin the Spring 2021 semester with the vast majority of classes being taught virtually. All students are encouraged to check their Spring 2021 schedule to make the necessary changes to the new format. The vast majority of classes will be offered in one of three different instructional formats:

  1. Fully online: Classes will remain online and cannot transition to face-to-face.
  2. Remote asynchronous: Video lectures will be supplemented by online content and cannot transition to face-to-face.
  3. Remote synchronous: Students will virtually attend at a prescribed time and may be able to transition to face-to-face or hybrid if COVID protocols allow.

For example, if you planned COMM 110: Introduction in Communication Studies, you may have selected section 02 which was to meet in person from 8:30 to 9:50 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You will now have to pick a different section which is fully online, remote asynchronous or remote synchronous. You can find out more information about the spring classes you’re considering from the section details in the Bruin Portal; click a chosen class section to reveal the section details. The section details will help you to understand the different instructional formats.

Spring registration begins Oct. 26. If you have questions about adjusting your schedule, please contact Academic Advising via phone at 269-965-4124, email at or via the live chat on the KCC website at


Academic Advising
Kellogg Community College