SHELTON STATE ADAPTS TO ONLINE LEARNING
Shelton State Community College is one of many colleges that will finish the spring semester online.
Since the first threats of COVID-19, officials at Shelton State started making arrangements in case the outbreak caused alterations to the school schedule. Amanda Harbison, dean of students, said they put many programs in place to help students adapt.
“We created online training options for our students and we have free tutoring that runs twenty-four seven,” Harbison said. “We’ve made our academic advisors and they will be able to work with students via email, zoom meeting, phone to answer questions to help them. We’ve got our library available online for students to look at. We’ve done some training technology videos just for those that are really new to it. We’ve created a website that has this information for our students.”