LOCH SHELDRAKE – The majority of courses will be offered remotely at SUNY Sullivan this fall with classes that meet at specific times and feature real-time interaction through distance learning platforms.
Certain classes will be conducted in a hybrid environment with a combination of in-person and distance learning instruction, and students will also be able to stay on track with flexible study options.
Student support activities, such as tutoring, advising, counseling, and club activities, all of which help provide the full college experience, will take place in virtually networked communities.
Classes that involve laboratory experiences or clinical experiences, including nursing, respiratory care, medical assisting, culinary arts and pastry arts lab classes, and theater will include in-person instruction.
“The SUNY Sullivan working groups have produced a plan that is designed to balance the desire to open against the risk of COVID-19 outbreak,” said College President Jay Quaintance. “The college has opted for a moderate course that ensures access to high-quality programming without sacrificing safety concerns. Four months ago when the COVID-19 pandemic began its spiral upward, the college moved all instruction to distance learning.