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In response to the Omicron variant, Cerritos College has updated its return-to-campus date to March 7, 2022. Most in-person and hybrid classes that were moved online for the first two weeks of the semester will remain online until March 7th. However, some in-person and hybrid classes may begin to meet on campus on January 24, 2022 (the originally posted return-to-campus date). Your instructor will contact you directly if your hybrid or in-person class will begin meeting before March 7, 2022. Classes identified as REMOTE and ONLINE are not affected by the return-to-campus date and will be delivered 100% online as scheduled.

SPRING 2022 Schedule:
For Spring 2022, classes are scheduled as REMOTE, ONLINE, HYBRID, or 100% IN-PERSON. Please read the descriptions at the bottom of this page so that you are fully informed about each option before enrolling in any classes.

Please review Schedule+ periodically for new class additions; new classes will not appear in the printed schedule.

For closed classes please see instructor to add.

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All Departments

Division Classes

REMOTE - Students must log on via Canvas at a specified day/time such as MW 8-9:15am. In SchedulePlus, the room location is identified as REMOTE for synchronous online classes.

ONLINE - Students are permitted to log on via Canvas whenever they are available to complete coursework by the established deadlines; however, students will need to log in for the first time before the first drop deadline for the class to avoid being dropped (see Important Add/Drop Dates on the Admissions and Records website https://www.cerritos.edu/admissions-and-records/catalogue-schedule/addDropDates.htm). In SchedulePlus, the room location is identified as ONLINE for asynchronous online classes.

HYBRID - Students are expected to attend class both in-person and online. NOTE: For hybrid classes, instructors will provide students with information about how the first class meeting will be conducted (i.e., in-person or online). If this information has not been provided prior to the first day of classes (e.g., via campus email; posted on Canvas course), students should contact the instructor directly to confirm how they are expected to attend the first day of class; students may link directly to faculty email addresses by clicking on the instructor name in SchedulePlus. Lecture-only classes: Hybrid classes are identified in SchedulePlus by a specified day/time and a physical room location; hybrid classes include a Comment that indicates that a portion of the instruction will be delivered online and students should contact instructor for details about the class meeting pattern. Separate lecture and lab components: For hybrid classes with separate components for lecture and lab, the online component will be identified in SchedulePlus as either REMOTE or ONLINE; a specified day/time and a physical room location will be identified for the in-person component.

100% IN-PERSON - Students are expected to meet on campus at the day/time specified for the class. All 100% in-person classes will be identified in SchedulePlus by a physical room location.

OPEN - Seats are available; you may enroll in the section via MyCerritos

CLOSED - No seats currently available; if you are interested in adding the class, you may click on the Instructor name to send an email request

CONTACT INSTRUCTOR - Class has already begun; if you are interested in adding the class, you may click on the Instructor name to send an email request

WAITLIST - No seats currently available; you may add yourself to the waitlist via MyCerritos if you are interested in adding the class

All students who register for a class which includes online instruction (REMOTE, ONLINE, HYBRID) should log in to the Canvas site for additional information about class meetings and course requirements.

NOTE: Please be advised that instructors may have different requirements related to the use of technology and specific software in their classes. In some classes, students may be required to use a computer/laptop/other device with a reliable webcam and microphone (e.g., to support proctoring software which records webcam and/or screen activity during quizzes and exams). Other classes may require the use of other software to track and/or control the import and export of content from various apps to ensure academic integrity during quizzes/exam. If you have any questions, it is recommended that you reach out to the instructor prior to enrollment to clarify specific requirements so that you can enroll in a class that is most suited to your needs or preferences. You may link directly to faculty email addresses by clicking on the instructor name in SchedulePlus.

If you select Online Classes Only, the list will not include online classes that are scheduled to meet at a specific time (e.g., MW 8-9:15am).