Goldey-Beacom College, which this fall is handling all classes online, is planning for a hybrid model in the spring semester, the president of the Pike Creek school said today.
“Everything is online right now – all DBA, graduate and undergraduate classes,” Colleen Perry Keith said in a statement, referring to the doctor of business administration program.
“Ordinarily, DBA is hybrid, and all other graduate and undergraduate classes are face-to-face. We would like to have a combination of hybrid, online and face-to-face for spring 2021 and are planning that, but we also understand we may need to pivot again.”
Delaware Technical Community College has told students that will continue in a virtual mode this spring, with a few labs continuing to run face to face.
The University of Delaware will try to slow its financial losses in the spring by making sure the dorms are 50 percent filled and also by offering more in-person classes to draw students to campus.
No decision has yet been made for Delaware State University, a spokesman said today.
Wilmington University announced today that its classes will be online in the spring.