Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Fall classes are offered remotely—either live-online with an instructor, entirely self-paced, or in a blended online format. Please check our coronavirus update page for our latest announcements.
Through all of our planning efforts, our goals are to strengthen our community connections, prioritize public health and wellbeing, promote equitable access to education, and commit to high quality instruction and student support.”
— UCSC Chancellor Cynthia Larive
LEARNING IN PLACE UPDATE
Oct. 1, 2020
UCSC Professional Education Courses Continue Virtually in the Fall
We're open for remote learning and we've scheduled a wonderful slate of remote courses for the fall (through the end of 2020), including dozens of new courses, more short workshops, boot-camp-style intensive programs, and longer, deep dives into curriculum to grow your careers.
You have your choice:
- online remote classes taught live on the Zoom platform,
- self-paced, online courses with no scheduled instructor meetings,
- online courses that provide optional instructor meetings (see individual online or blended courses), and
- short virtual courses that take fewer than 30 days to complete.
Unfortunately we can't yet determine when we will include a return to onsite classes. Our plan is to open for onsite instruction as soon as we can safely accommodate you and meet state and county health guidance.
We will be in touch. If you are not sure you're on our mailing list and would like to receive updates, please sign up to receive the latest news.
Due to the current shelter in place order, the UCSC Silicon Valley campus has moved administrative operations to remote locations, but we are definitely still here if you need us.
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
- Call Student Services—408.861.3860
- Email Student Services—firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call UC Scout—408.450.4962
Stay safe and take good care. And, keep learning!
FAQ relating to the coronavirus at Extension
Remote Learning & Online Courses
Top Image: CDC illustration of virus, named coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). CDC/ Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAM