Please note that entry onto all campuses of Suffolk County Community College by students
and the general public remains restricted.
SUNY Suffolk is open for the Spring 2021 semester, with remote learning and limited
face-to-face course experiences.
For the Spring 2021 semester, SUNY Suffolk is offering classes in a variety of instructional
delivery methods to meet student needs. Here is a brief explanation of how each modality
Online—instruction is provided by the professor through Blackboard, the College’s
online learning management system. Students interact with faculty and complete assignments
working on their own time, while adhering to course deadlines.
Real-Time Online—recreates a classroom experience with your instructor and other class
members coming together for live virtual instruction at regularly scheduled days and
Combined Online—50% Online and 50% Real-Time Online meeting times with your instructor.
Blended—partly on campus and partly Online or Real-Time Online, used mostly for labs
and performance courses.
There will also be a limited number of face-to-face classes that require hands-on
instructional experiences to meet accreditation requirements.
You are encouraged to continue to monitor this website for frequent updates.