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Online & Evening Student Messages

  • Starting March 31, 2020, all Limestone College Evening Instruction sites across South Carolina will be closed due to the Covid-19 situation. The closure runs through April 13, 2020.

    Limestone’s sites that will not be meeting for evening classes include Aiken, Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Gaffney, and Greenville. Online & Evening Program staff members will be available for contact via email during the closure. Please reach out with any questions, or to schedule virtual advising appointments. You can find a list of Online & Evening Program contacts by clicking here.

    During the closure period, Evening Instructional site staff members located at Limestone’s Day Campus in Gaffney will continue to be available on-site during the limited hours of 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., Monday through Friday.

    All Limestone College offices will be closed, as regularly scheduled, on Good Friday (April 10, 2020) and Easter Monday (April 13, 2020).

    Term 2 Online courses continue as normal. Term 2 Evening Program classes will continue to meet via Blackboard Collaborate during their normal class hours.

    Thank you for your flexibility, thank you for understanding, and thank you for being SAINTS!

  • Class instruction will most likely take place in one of two ways:

    1. Professors will hold class at the regular scheduled time on Tuesday and Thursday, but will teach from an alternate location.
    2. Professors will record lectures and then set up question-and-answer sessions for students to get feedback and receive clarification on concepts that may be unclear.

    If you have questions, you may email your advisor, call the site nearest you, or call 1-800-795-7151 x 8511.

    Since this is a fluid situation, all protocols are subject to change. We will keep you informed of any changes as soon as possible.

    Professors will record lectures and then set up question-and-answer sessions for students to get feedback and receive clarification on concepts that may be unclear.
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