Mail Correspondence Courses
Correspondence courses allow learner to complete course work at home and on a self-paced schedule within quarterly, fixed dates. Correspondence packages with all requirement information for course completion are e-mailed to students or can be picked-up at the Library, Learning Resources Information Desk. Textbooks and other information can be bought by the college bookstore, either by phone or email. Correspondence courses programs were initially grew to furnish educational possibilities to those who lived too far away from an institution to assist in person.
Delivery techniques for distance education might have included mail correspondence, phone and fax. Today, the Web, video conferencing and email are rapidly becoming the preferred mediums for Correspondence courses. Instructors may be reached by mail, email, telephone, or by the Correspondence office. Course work may be either mailed or delivered and found out on campus. Exams may be taken at the college or a sanctioned proctor site. It is possible to complete a correspondence course without always visiting the campus.