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CTC uses the term "distant learner" to refer to the type of class you register for, not where you are. In fact, you can take face-to-face and online classes at the same time depending on the subject matter and your comfort level with it. Your success in any class is up to you and the amount of effort you are willing to expend. Sometimes a shy person who is hesitant to speak up in class opens up in online discussions. Some students excel when given time to think about their response before posting a discussion or sending a message, rather than having to react immediately as may happen in a classroom. Online learners can form face-to-face or virtual study groups, just like in a brick and mortar classroom.
CTC is committed to ensuring that your distance learning classes meet or exceed the experience you might have in a traditional classroom. You have a qualified and experienced instructor who has a variety of tools at his/her disposal to guide you through the course. Courses are designed to be engaging and to promote interaction with other students to maximize success potential.
Online help for coursework is available in the form of Writing Labs and Math Tutoring. Active duty military students may be eligible for free assistance through Tutor.com (http://military.tutor.com/home). Students in the Killeen/Ft. Hood TX area may come to Central Campus to use Academic Studio (tutoring) and the Advanced Math Lab. Check the Student Resources Quick Link at the left of this screen for more resources.
You also have access to the CTC library, disability support services, financial aid office, bookstore, academic advisors (Eaglesoncall@ctcd.edu), and all other student and support services. Refer to the CTC website at http://www.ctcd.edu for details.
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