Marymount Manhattan College will continue its Virtual Classes/Open Campus model for the Spring 2021 semester, with expanded options for in-person instruction.
As President Kerry Walk announced in October to the MMC community, “In an environment of extreme uncertainty, the College’s current Virtual Classes/Open Campus model is proving to be effective in providing the personalized learning experiences that define an MMC education while building the College’s resilience during the COVID-19 global pandemic.” In the Virtual Classes/Open Campus model, most classes are offered in an online format, and the College’s physical campus in Manhattan is open for in-person use (health and safety permitting).
MMC will continue the Virtual Classes/Open Campus model, but with expanded options for in-person instruction. This approach will enable the College to stay true to our guiding principles of Safety, Flexibility, and Community as the global community gradually develops immunity to COVID-19. The instructional delivery mode will be indicated on the 2021 Course Bulletin, which will be available November 2, 2020 on the MMC website, in advance of the Academic Advisement Period (November 5-13, 2020) and Registration (November 10-20, 2020).