Online education refers to instruction that is delivered to students at a distance from their instructor, normally by computer via the Internet.
These credit courses are a convenient alternative to on-campus classes for students who live out of the local area, have transportation issues, physical limitations, or family/work responsibilities that interfere with attending classes on campus. Oftentimes, students enroll in online education courses as a way to advance toward their degree, while simultaneously working and/or taking care of their families.
For more information about the Online Education program at Citrus College, click on the links listed in the left column of this page (at the bottom, if viewing from a mobile device). Topics covered include Online Education courses currently offered, an orientation, answers to frequently asked questions, and information about how to contact the Online Education office.
Online Student Self-Assessment Survey [used with permission from Sierra College]
Online Student Readiness Assessment
Out-of-state students who reside outside of California will not be able to register for online classes. Only out-of-state students who reside in California may register for online classes. Federal law requires that colleges obtain permission from the state in which the student resides before offering online education out of state. The California Community College Chancellor's Office is currently working on state-to-state authorization which would allow out-of-state students to take advantage of our online education. Active military personnel are exempt.
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