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Ways to Learn at UC Clermont

Class Type Definitions

Courses can be taught in many different ways at UC Clermont. Courses are available in person, online or a combination of the two! It is up to you how (and where) you will learn.

Asynchronous: A class that is entirely online without any specified meeting times.

Synchronous: A class that is entirely online at set meeting times. Students will log in at the same time so that they can participate in live discussions or other activities.

Hybrid: A class that has some required in-person learning and other learning online.

student sits in classroom with tv screen behind them. On the screen, multiple students are video calling into class

HyFlex: A class that is taught in-person, but each student freely makes their own decision daily as to whether they will participate in-person or online, regardless of which section they are registered for.

Read more about this innovative learning format in the article below!



UC Clermont online program receives national recognition

May 3, 2023

The University of Cincinnati’s online Health Information Systems Technology program has received national recognition with Exemplary Program certification through Quality Matters. The program, designed and taught by UC Clermont faculty, is delivered in partnership with UC Online.


On campus one day, online the next: HyFlex classrooms in high...

April 6, 2022

While the COVID-19 pandemic took online learning to a new level, UC Clermont now offers students the next iteration: the ability to choose to attend class in person or online on any given day — combined with the technology to feel like they are in the classroom in real time, from anywhere.

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