A blended learning course is a mix of online and in-class learning. Blended learning courses give students the opportunity to get face-to-face time with their professors and fellow classmates, but also allow them more flexibility to take the course at their own pace. This allows students the flexibility to fit their classwork around demanding schedules while still getting to meet with their professors and classmates at designated periods throughout the session. This format ensures that the student gets all the benefits of completing an on campus TCNJ course while still enjoying much of the freedom associated with an online course.
Blended or online learning offerings are listed as Special Session in PAWS and in the below table.
Please note: These course listings are subject to change and online course meetings and/or readings for Blended Learning will start on or about December 26th, 2016 – consult the instructor for additional class information.
Out-of-State Student Complaint Procedure:
Students taking online classes at The College of New Jersey, and who have a complaint, may file a complaint through the College’s complaint and appeals policies at http://policies.tcnj.edu/
If an issue cannot be resolved through the complaint/appeals processes, a student may file a complaint directly with his or her own State of residency (http://www.sheeo.org/sites/
Complaints may also be reported to any accrediting agency which offers accreditation to TCNJ, including:
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2680
New Jersey Higher Education Commission
P.O. Box 542
Trenton, NJ 08625-0542