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What is a blended class?
Blended courses allow students to learn as much as possible and spend time with their classmates and instructors while also maintaining a safe distance from each other. In a blended course, more than half (but not all) of the instruction is done from a social distance.
For more information, see the student FAQ.
How do I tell which blended format my class will be following?
To view the blended format pertaining to your registered classes, see our How-To guide.
1. From the registration menu, select "View Registration Information"
2. Select the Term Dropdown and choose the appropriate semester.
3. Tap the Title of your class
4. Select Course Description to read the blended course format description.
Note: More course format details will be available in Blackboard.
Are there different fees?
Blended, remote, and face-to-face classes will not have the “Distance Learning” special fee.
Please note, the “Distance Learning” special fee will continue to apply to only online classes.
Please contact the Cashier’s Office with additional questions about tuition and fees.
What are the minimum technology requirements for blended classes?
For Blended Classes:
We recommend having the below technology before starting your blended class. This will help you to be successful and to meet minimum technology requirements.
- A Windows or Apple Computer (Chromebooks/Tablets/Phones are not compatible with all academic software)
- High speed internet with a 5mbps download/1mbps upload connection
- A webcam and microphone
For more information on technology requirements for remote and online classes:
visit the SHSU Online technology requirements.
What are the TSI requirements before registering for fall 2020 classes?
Students are required to test and have a TSI placement in all areas (Math, Reading and Writing) before getting advised and registering for classes.
How to Take the TSI Assessment:
TSI testing is now available through the Remote Proctoring service Examity. Please fill out a remote test application to begin the process.*
*Please note, the Pre-Assessment Activity must be completed before submitting your remote test application. Click here for details.
- What would prevent me from testing remotely?
- What do I do after getting advised?
Contact the Registrar's Office staff at (936) 294-1040 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're here to help!
Our staff is available Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.