FRANKFORT, KY (AP) — Kentucky State University is offering in-person or remote classes this fall, depending on each student’s choice.
Students will be able to have online classes while living in residence halls, off-campus or at home. They also can choose a hybrid arrangement with face-to-face classes and reduced classroom size while attending class in real-time online on alternating days.
Hybrid students will be able to live in residence halls, hotels or off-campus. The university says students using the hybrid option will be allowed to switch to online instruction if they choose to later.