• a six-week model of combined face-to-face (F2F) learning on campus, real-time learning online, and independent online studying
  • an eight-level program ranging from low beginner to advanced levels that cover integrated skills 
  • 50 hours of combined learning per course with alternating weekly hours on Fridays
  • innovative technology tools that allow students to transfer their digital skills to the workplace or to further academic study
  • interactive teaching and learning activities, meaningful and authentic assignments, prompt feedback from instructors, and on-going support from administrators
  • free access to digital tools, e.g. Office 365 (Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams, PowerPoint, OneNote) along with collaboration apps and services like SharePoint, OneDrive, Zoom, and Blackboard 
  • free Tutoring and Learning Services and workshops offered by Student Success peer coaches