News & Events
Fall Semester, 2022
Distance Learning (DL) at its most basic level takes place when teachers and students
separated by physical distance and/or time. Distance learning options make it easy and
convenient for students to take classes even if the student can't get to campus. These courses
contain the same content as the on-campus offerings but are often available in an anytime anywhere format. At CCRI, there are currently two course formats available through
asynchronous distance learning, one synchronous format and a blended format.
Asynchronous Course Formats:
Online web-based courses deliver content and communicate completely via the
Internet, usually through the Blackboard Learning System course management system,
but in some cases, on remote sites hosted by publishers. Students are expected to have
access to an Internet-connected computer and basic technical skills.
Blended, or Hybrid, courses (in the context of distance learning) combine primarily
content delivery with a limited number of on-campus meetings. It is expected that faculty
clearly state the required on-campus time expected of students in the course requirements.
All in-person courses are Hybrid – this means that while you will meet on campus, you will also have online requirements to fulfill. Please check your schedules closely and be sure to check with your instructor.
Online Learning Requirements
For the latest resources & equipment required for online learning visit:
Psychology Textbook Policy
Textbooks should not be purchased ahead of time for any Psychology courses. Texts are assigned for each course, but instructors will give directions on the first day the class meets regarding textbooks.
General Psychology -- is now a four (4) credit course. All on-campus PSYC 2010 courses will be a hybrid course with three (3) credit hours being face-to-face and one (1) credit hour online.
Theories of Personality - Have you taken General Psychology? Get a jump start on the fall by taking summer Psychology courses that require this prerequisite. We are running Developmental Psyc both sessions, Social Psyc session II, and Abnormal Psyc session II this summer.
Join the Psychology Club
The Psychology Club’s mission is to promote interest in the field of psychology and to provide students with opportunities to hear speakers, take field trips, attend conferences, perform community service, and participate in informal social activities.
For more information: https://www.ccri.edu/psych/aboutclub.html
Student Success Center
For the latest programs offered to all students, including Tutoring & Academic Coaching, visit https://www.ccri.edu/success/