Mid-State moves to virtual education delivery
For the City Times
WISCONSIN RAPIDS –Mid-State Technical College has moved to a virtual environment to keep students on track to meeting their educational and career goals. Within a week and a half of the college-wide closure of its campuses to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the college rolled out online and other flexible formats for the majority of its course instruction, as well as the delivery of student and community support services.
“I’m incredibly proud of the way our faculty and staff have stepped up during this challenging time, putting student needs front and center and tackling the many complexities of moving to a virtual format in such a short period of time,” said Mid-State President Dr. Shelly Mondeik.
Mid-State’s virtual college experience includes the following:
Nearly three-quarters of all classes have transitioned to an online format until April 27 or later. Classes that cannot be delivered virtually due are expected to resume on April 27, dependent on COVID conditions.
For more information, visit mstc.edu/covid-19-coronavirus.