In this guide you will be able to find information on student services that will be offered while the college is closed, details about how Oakton will provide support and services for students, and contact information for each department. This guide will be updated regularly, but for the most up to date and accurate information, check the Oakton Community College Coronavirus Prevention and Preparedness Update Page for more details.
Spring 2021 semester classes will take place online to the fullest extent possible. Online classes will take place in both synchronous (scheduled meet times) and asynchronous (non-scheduled meet times) formats. A limited number of lab and studio classes will take place on campus, including career technical education and health career courses, with increased safety precautions. Some classes have both classroom and online components.