The purpose of the division of Multi-Campus Programs is to provide, through traditional and alternative delivery systems, academic credit classes at off-campus instructional sites in support of the College’s mission to increase access to higher education for the citizens of the region.
Programs/courses are offered in both traditional and alternative delivery systems as follows: Evening Classes; Off-Campus Classes; Distance Learning Classes, including online and Zoom; TN eCampus; University Parallel Dual Enrollment; and Career and Technical Education (CTE) Dual Enrollment. Classes provide lifelong learning opportunities to individuals seeking to attain career and personal development goals.
Admission requirements for evening and distance education students are identical to requirements for students in daytime classes. The quality of instruction governing credit courses offered during the evenings on campus, off-campus teaching sites, and through non-traditional program formats is maintained at the same level as those courses offered on campus during the day and is equivalent in all academic considerations.
Students enrolled in evening, distance education, and non-traditional programs coordinated by the division of Multi-Campus Programs are afforded the same educational and
support services as students enrolled in traditional programs. The Campus Information Center, Office of Admissions and Records, Advising Resource Center, Library, Learning Center, Bookstore, and other services are provided during select hours.
The Multi-Campus Programs division office is open from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.