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All fall classes to be offered online starting Aug. 17; schedule now available

Registration for fall 2020 at Luna Community College is now under way.

The semester figures to be as robust as usual for a fall session, although classes and support services will be offered and delivered remotely. Approximately 160 classes are on the schedule, which is currently posted on the college website at

Fall classes will begin on Monday, Aug. 17. Registration for fall 2020 will continue through the end of the business day Monday, Aug. 24. All fall classes will be offered online.
Those who are new to Luna, including high school graduates and transfer students, should first complete the admissions process, then meet with advisors to set up their course schedules. Returning students may register online using the Luna web portal. Advisors for each department will be available to help with proper course selection.

Classes will be offered in all seven departments — Allied Health Sciences, Business, Education, Humanities, Nursing, STEM and Career and Technical Education (formerly Vocational Studies).

Luna has implemented a host of measures to help ensure the health and safety of students, employees and the general public in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Moving courses online and having staff work remotely has taken place since mid-March, when the college closed its campus grounds to all but a limited crew of employees.

The college’s facilities team has worked diligently in recent weeks to disinfect and sanitize the campus as more employees have been allowed to return to campus to some extent. Stringent social distancing rules, including mandatory use of face masks in public spaces and outside of closed office spaces, have been implemented.

Other preventative measures, such as regular hand washing and use of hand sanitizer, continue to be encouraged.

Access to campus facilities continues to be limited, in an effort to reduce foot traffic and allow for proper social distancing.

Any changes to the mode of course delivery or campus access will be mindful of state mandates and guidelines.

COVID-19 has impacted colleges and universities across the nation and beyond since the first cases were reported this past winter. Luna has fared well in transitioning many of its classes and services to remote delivery since midway through the spring 2020 semester.