The following information is primarily for University College students (students who have not officially declared their majors) but may also be helpful for declared students.
Look up your planned/recommended classes to see if online sections are available.
Find your planned/recommended classes in the advising note at the bottom of your DegreeWorks worksheet.
Use the Search for Classes By Term link on the Registrar's website to see what classes are being offered this spring.
Use this handout of Course Delivery Examples.
Learn how to SEARCH Smarter not Harder to find online courses.
For Fall 2021, App State is planning to offer mostly face-to-face courses (80%). However, if App State is not offering an online section of a course you need to take, you can try these options:
Contact the professor of the course or department chair to see if they will allow you to take the class online.
Try to find an equivalent course at a UNC System school through the UNC Online program.
See if a NC community college is offering an equivalent course. Use the Transfer Course Equivalency Search to determine the course you need to take. In addition to each community college's website, use the NCCC Virtual Learning Community website to search for online and hybrid courses at the 58 community colleges in NC. NOTE: You MUST complete App State's Visiting Coursework request and register at the community college.
IMPORTANT: If you receive financial aid, contact ASU’s Office of Student Financial Aid (828-262-2190) to see if UNC Online or NCCC courses will be covered.