Cisco College offers hybrid, online, remote, and web-enhanced courses to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. You can earn credit for a single course or complete a certificate or associate degree. Our students participate in collaborative learning and receive guidance from supportive faculty to build skills and knowledge.
Distance Education courses allow you to learn while balancing life’s demands. These flexible options maintain academic quality and transferability. You'll also have access to online academic advisors, financial aid counselors, tutoring, library resources, and more. And if you need additional help, we’re located in both Abilene and Cisco.
Hybrid courses provide a blended learning experience. More than 50% but less than 85% of the course will take place using distance education resources including Canvas. The remaining instruction will be delivered with the instructor and students in the same location. Exams may be online or in-person. Identified on the Course Schedule as HYB under Location. Will also include meeting day(s), time, and in-person location.
ITV courses use video conferencing classrooms to provide synchronous (live) instruction to partner high schools and between the Cisco and Abilene campuses. Attendance during a set schedule at a specific location is required each week. ITV courses may also include an LMS or web component. Identified on the Course Schedule as ITV under Location. Will also include meeting day(s), time, and location of the video conferencing classroom.
In Online courses, instruction will be delivered asynchronously (anytime) online using distance education resources including Canvas. Online courses may include optional synchronous (live) opportunities for student and instructor interaction. Some online courses require in-person or online proctored exams or lab attendance. Identified on the Course Schedule as ONL under Location.
Remote courses are online as well, but they provide synchronous (live) instruction via Zoom or a similar video conferencing service. Attendance during a set schedule is required each week, but students can participate from any location with Internet access. Remote classes are web-enhanced to include supplemental use of distance education resources including Canvas. They may require proctored exams. Identified on the Course Schedule as REM under Location. Will also include meeting day(s) and time.
Many In-person courses at Cisco College are Web-enhanced and will include supplemental use of distance education resources including Canvas. Instructors may provide electronic copies of the syllabus and course materials, ask for online submissions, and use Canvas grading features. Instructors will notify students during the first class session if or how they will be using Canvas. Identified on the Course Schedule by meeting day(s), time, and in-person location.
Acadeum Course Sharing
Cisco College partners with Acadeum for course sharing. Through Acadeum, you may enroll in online courses with other Texas community colleges. Benefits include:
- Additional course sections to help you graduate faster
- No extra applications and transcripts to submit to a new college
- Cisco College tuition rates (plus a $50 non-refundable fee)
- A single transcript from Cisco College is maintained
- Continued access to Cisco College services including online tutoring and the library
Visit Acadeum to create an account and view a list of courses. For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or an Academic Advisor.
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Access Your Courses
Cisco College uses the Canvas learning platform for Distance Education and web-enhanced courses. To get started:
- Students: visit our Canvas information page
- Faculty: email email@example.com
Our Distance Education Program is committed to the success of both learners and educators. For more information:
Director of Distance Education
Sheron Caton, M.A.