SSC has Various Ways for You to Learn this Summer and Fall!
We continue our efforts to provide flexibility to college degree seekers interrupted by the pandemic with a wide range of course delivery options for students to choose for the Fall 2021 Semester. While summer registration continues with online, blended, and virtual classes with a limited in-person schedule, the College announced the beginning of fall registration with its High Five modes of instruction:
Interactive Course Schedule
Alternate Credit Course Lists
Printable Credit Schedules
Summer 2021 VIRTUAL Class Schedule **Updated 4/20/2021**
Fall 2021 MAIN CAMPUS Class Schedule **Updated 4/20/2021**
Fall 2021 OAK FOREST CENTER Class Schedule **Updated 4/20/2021**
Printable Non-Credit Schedules
Spring 2021 Non-Credit Class Schedule **Updated 2/08/21**
Information in these schedules is subject to change without notice.
How Do I Decode the Schedule?
M – Monday
T – Tuesday
W – Wednesday
TH – Thursday
F – Friday
S – Saturday
B – Sunday
EQ-TBA = Equipment Services Building, 351 W. 162nd, South Holland, To Be Announced
FC-FTLB = Physical Fitness and Athletic Center, Fitness Lab
FC-0125 = Physical Fitness and Athletic Center, North Gym
HO-CRST = Christ Hospital Site, Oak Lawn
HO-INGL = Ingalls Hospital, Harvey
HO-STJM = St. James Hospital, Chicago Heights
HO-TBA = Hospital Site, To Be Announced
MA = Main Campus, 15800 S. State Street, South Holland
MA-LH = Main Campus Lecture Hall A, B, C
MA-PAC = Main Campus Performing Arts Center
OF-TBA = Off Campus, To Be Announced
OFC = Oak Forest Center, 16333 S. Kilbourn, Oak Forest
ON-SITE = Location To Be Announced
ON-TBA = Main Campus, To Be Announced
PS = Prairie State College, Chicago Heights
Example: ENG 101 301 = English 101 Online
001-099 / Traditional start, face-to-face, full-term
201-259 / Blended, traditional start, full-term
260-299 / Blended, non-traditional start or length*
301-359 / Online, traditional start, full-term**
360-399 / Online, non-traditional start or length**
401-429 / Honors, traditional start, face-to-face, full-term
430-459 / Honors, online, traditional start, full term**
460-479 / Honors, non-traditional start or length, face-to-face*
480-499 / Honors, online, non-traditional start or length**
501-519 / OFC, traditional start, face-to-face, full-term.
530-539 / OFC, ALL Blended classes regardless of length
540-559 / OFC, starts during week 1 but does not run full term*
560-579 / OFC, starts between week 2 and 8*
580-599 / OFC, starts after midterm, during or after week 9*
601-699 / Non-Traditional start or length, face-to-face classes*
601-629 / Starts during week 1 but does not run for 16 weeks*
630-659 / Starts between week 2 and week 8*
660-699 / Starts after midterm during or after week 9*
701-799 / Non-credit
801-899 / Community Education
901-999 / Dual Credit
* These sections are non-traditional start or length – be careful to check start and end dates.
** These sections are Online.
Tuition and fees are charged to student accounts upon registration. Payment arrangements need to be made prior to the start of classes to avoid penalties associated with non-payment. The college is not responsible for dropping students for non-payment.
Attendance in any class and receipt of a grade is subject to official enrollment in and payment of the full tuition for the class.
If you are currently taking a prerequisite course and plan to register for the next course in a sequence, you will be expected to pass the prerequisite to continue your enrollment in the next course.
Please refer to our current SSC Catalog for co-requisites and pre-requisites of all courses. If further assistance is needed regarding course selection, please contact the Counseling Department at (708) 596-2000 x2306.
All students enrolled in courses at SSC should be prepared to access any online materials their instructor may require for the course. Traditional classroom based courses offered at SSC may include online homework, e-text, online assessment as well as additional materials and/or work available outside the classroom via the internet. The type of material and the extent of work will vary as determined by the instructor of each particular course. Internet access and computer labs are available to all students at the Main Campus and Oak Forest Center.