Baton Rouge Community College modifies Fall 2020 plans
BATON ROUGE – Baton Rouge Community College announced a change to its Fall 2020 plans, Friday (July 10) morning.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, a special Fall 2020 session will be held from August 3 until October 30 for several courses in the Technical Education Division.
Course instruction will follow the previously released hybrid classroom plan that features both online and in-person classes.
All other courses will operate under the previously released Fall 2020 semester plan, with the 15-week semester beginning on Aug. 17.
The college is also offering several institutional aid initiatives for the fall semester, including a $600 award for students enrolling in 15 credit hours or 12 hours in a hands-on technical program.
BRCC has also eliminated non-resident fees and suspended online fees for the fall semester.
The following programs will be offered during this special session – Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Automotive/Diesel, Cosmetology, Culinary, and Welding.
Further details on each course can be found at www.mybrcc.edu
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